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Dig a hole that is three blocks deep, then place a glowstone overhead. Next you can throw an ender pearl at that glowstone and you'll be able to see all of your world's caves and ravines.

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Secret Treasure

As you play through Tutorial mode, acquire enough blocks to build a staircase that allows you to reach the Minecraft sign in the sky. Investigate the area until you find a chest, which you can open to obtain some diamondarmor.

Water in the Nether

If you place water in the Nether, the water will typically evaporate. You can enter Creative Mode to get around that limitation (though you won't be able to update the leaderboards or unlock achievements in that world). Once you have accessed that mode, enter the Nether and place an ice block on your hotbar. Now you can wait for the block to melt and turn into water. That can take some time, but you can speed up the process by placing torches or glowstones nearby.

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Newer Duplication Glitch

Note that this glitch doesn't always work, but it does have a high probability of duplicating items. It may also not work following subsequent patches to the game.

Play the game with a friend and make sure that a dispenser has been placed. Place the item that you wish to duplicate in the dispenser. Have your friend begin breaking the dispenser with a pickax and while he or she is doing that, press and hold the Abutton. If you're doing it properly, the item will be placed and removed from the container repeatedly. When the dispenser finally breaks, two of the same item will appear on the ground. One of those is normal and one is a glitched. Toss out the normal one and grab the glitched one. In your inventory, you should see 64 of the object in question. Now open a chest and press and hold the X button to place the whole stack in the chest. You can keep repeating the last step as desired.

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Secret Nether Portal

Start playing the Tutorial mode with the game set to Peaceful. Gather enough dirt to build a staircase that reaches the word MINECRAFT that is floating in the sky. You'll find a lever that you can pull to produce a portal to the Nether.

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New Duplication Glitch

This cheat may not work in the future, following subsequent patches. For now, though, you can duplicate any item in the game by carefully following a few steps. Make sure you have a friend handy, and several of the item that you want to duplicate. Put one of that item in your dispenser, and another one of the same item in the slot of the furnace where the coal does not go. Move your cursor over it and hold the A button. Now have a friend break the dispenser and the item will drop. However, the item cannot be picked up normally. Walk over to the item and stand on top of it. Open your inventory and check your inventory, where you need to have a unit of the item you are duplicating. Move that item to a different position in your inventory. Doing so will leave behind 64 of that item. Finally, head to a chest and drag your item to an empty slot. Don't place all of that item, however. Hold X and place one until it fills up the slot with 64. Now move on to the next one and so forth.

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Solo Duplication Glitch

If you'd like to duplicate items but don't have a friend handy, you still can. Make sure that you have an iron pickax or better, an iron shovel, multiple furnaces, and a chest. Begin by placing a furnace anywhere you like, then place a single unit of the item that you wish to duplicate within the ingredient slot. Next, hop onto the furnace and start mining it with your pickax, but switch to your shovel just before the furnace breaks. The furnace should break and appear again. Now jump down and click on the thing you want to duplicate until the furnace breaks. If you've done it properly (you may have to try a few times), you'll see two of the object you duplicated. Grab one of them, go to your chest, grab the object and now you should see 64 of the item you duplicated. Place those one by one and you're done.

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It's possible to become invincible if you have a friend who is willing to lend a hand. Start by creating a full set of Diamond Armor, which you should place in your inventory. Now place a Dispenser and put your Diamond Armor within the Dispenser. Next, have your friend smash the Dispenser. Grab your armor and place it back in your inventory. From there, equip the armor. Now have your friend hit you and the armor will disappear. However, you should now be invincible.

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Infinite Obsidian

Make a portal to the Nether, which requires you to have 18 obsidian. Build a square structure (for example, five blocks high and four blocks wide) and then use a flint and stone to light the center. Now have a second person join the game and enter the portal. Once the second player is within the Nether, the first player should then destroy one of the obsidian blocks from which it was constructed. Then the person in the Nether should pass back through the portal. A random portal will now appear in your world, containing another 18 obsidian that you can mine. Obsidian is indestructible and thus very useful. You can repeat the process outlined above as many times as you like.

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Block Liquids

If water or another liquid is flooding the base of an elevator shaft you have constructed, you can place a sign just outside your elevator's bottom exit. As long the elevator is properly enclosed, the sign will prevent the liquid (both water and lava) from filling your elevator's base area.

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Duplication Glitch

If there is an item that you would like to duplicate and you have a helpful friend, you can obtain up to 64 of that item by completing the process outlined below.

1) Place the item that you wish to duplicate in a Dispenser. 2) Have your friend break that Dispenser. 3) Grab the item (which has a quantity of 64) and place it in your inventory (NOT the hot bar). 4) Place the item in the chest and exit. 5) Return to the chest and place the item, one at a time.

You can use the trick with a wide variety of items. A tutorial video is also embedded below.

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GameR Pictures

You can unlock gamer pictures by performing the corresponding tasks listed below.

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Avatar Rewards

You can unlock three Avatar rewards by satisfying certain conditions, as indicated below.

  • Pork Chop T-Shirt - Cook a raw porkchop in your furnace and eat it
  • Creeper Cap - Kill a Creeper with your bow and arrows
  • Minecraft Watch - Play Minecraft for 100 day-to-night cycles

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Minecraft Theme

You can unlock an Xbox Live Minecraft theme by pressing Y to take a screenshot while the game is paused, then uploading that photo to Facebook.

Portal Reference

If you bake a cake for the first time in Minecraft, you will receive an achievement titled 'The Lie', a reference to Valve's 'Portal' series in which a recurring theme is a cake to be rewarded to you at the end of the game, and the writing on the walls in some secret alcoves saying 'The cake is a lie.' many times.

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HIM Easter Egg

If you are on a foggy day, look closely. If you are lucky, you may see a person with default skin but with white eyes, dubbed by Notch, 'Herobrine,' or simply HIM. You may even (most rare thing you can think of) find him in the Pocket Edition of Minecraft (the only mob).

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Stick to Edge

The Crouch button controls whether you crouch or not. When crouched, your character will stick to an edge if you try to walk off. You simply can't fall when you do this.

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How to Get 'The End' Achievement

First make sure you have some Eyes of Ender. Then find a stronghold and find the teleporter. Put the eyes in and the portal will be activated. Make sure you have a Diamond sword, bow with at least 100+ arrows. When you teleport there you will see tall Obsidian towers. Go on top of them and destroy all of the pearl looking things. These heal the dragon and getting rid of these is half the battle. Then unload on the dragon with your bow and arrow. When you defeat him he will fly up and explode. A teleporter will drop and you can go through it to watch the Credits and go back to your world.

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Nether Bed Bomb

When in the Nether, a powerful weapon is a bed. Place a bed down and try to use it. It will make a huge explosion.

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Make a Snowman

Have you wanted to see a snowman in Minecraft?

Well, you can! These creatures are called Snow Golems. AKA "Snowmans." Here is how you can easily make one.

1. If you have 1 pumpkin and 2 snow blocks, place a snow block anywhere, and place another one on top of it.

2. After placing the two snow blocks, add the pumpkin on the top.

And then you've just made a Snow Golem/Snowman.

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if you would like atrue snowman, shear your snow golem. this will result in the pumpkin coming off of the golem's head, leaving a derpy face.

Break into the Void

First, create a hole to the Bedrock with a Pickaxe (You may need about 2 for this). Then, Place TNT on the top of the bedrock, all the way up to Layer 127. Explode the TNT, and you've made a hole into the Void.

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Easy Enderman Kill

As of patch 1.8+, Endermen have become available/more common, and they drop Ender Pearls, which might have future use (none except mods now!). Just get their attention (put crosshairs on them), and trick them into falling into shallow water. Endermen are killed by water, as well as the sun!

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Quick House

Got all of your supplies on the first day, but you don't have time to make a house? Take a door (3 X 2 Woods), mine a short tunnel into the mountain, and place the door so monsters can't get in.

All you have to do from there is expand and decorate (if you're interested.) You can also make an easy mine from this location!

It doesn't look as nice, but it's affordable in terms of supplies like wood!)

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Samus' Helmet from Metroid

If you put a pumpkin in the helmet section of your armor your HUD will turn into the HUD of the galactic bounty hunter Samus Aran from Metroid. (No you won't get any missiles)

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Free Coal

Put white wood and normal wood in the furnace you get charcoal. It's same as normal Coal.

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Infinite Water Supply

There are a lot of reasons that you'll want to have a Bucket of Water on your hands (fire, building, farming, irritating friends, making a moat, etc.), but it can get really irritating having to run down to the ocean every tie you want some. Follow this quick tutorial, and you can have a small, endlessly full pool of water wherever you want it!

You'll need an Iron Bucket and the ability to dig into the floor a little.

1. Dig a 2 by Hole in the ground that is 1 square deep

2. Fill your bucket/s with water from the ocean or a lake. You only need 2 deposits, so taking 2 buckets is recommended.

3. Bring the water back to your base and pour 1 Bucket in each corner of the square in the ground.

If done correctly, you should have a still 2 by 2 pool of water. Every time you take a bucket and use it on any of the squares, the others refill it to fullness.

A simpler version by Ry: You will need 2 water buckets. Now dig a STRAIGHT line with 3 holes like this: If "=" equals a line, make this "===". Dig 3 holes STRAIGHT and then put 1 water bucket in each end and then get the Water from the middle and the water well keep regening so the water is Infinite.

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In This Wiki Guide



Minecraft is a first-person survival action / sandbox adventure game where players can gather resources, dig holes, fish, plant crops and more while at night try to avoid monsters.
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I've seen a lot of tricks and tips scattered around the various threads here on this board... and I think it's time some of the best ones get compiled into a thread for everyone to look at, at a glance. So I'm going to kick this off, and I hope you will all add your own weird, abnormal, and downright physics defying tricks, tips, and tidbits!

For my first trick, I present to you my "Sand Crusher" technique:

Ever find yourself with a massive pillar of sand or gravel, and you don't feel like mining it all by hand? Here's how to take the whole thing down in one shot...

This pillar here will be destroyed very soon...

Step 1: Have a half-block item actively selected in your hotbar (so that it's in your hand).

Step 2: Break the bottom block of the sand/gravel pillar you want to remove...

Step 3: The second the block breaks, immediately place your item under the falling blocks (I suggest Redstone dust or Torches)!

Place your Redstone dust down like this, at the bottom of the stack of blocks...

Step 4: Step back and watch the blocks fall down and "destroy" themselves on your Redstone dust.

That pillar went all the way to the skybox... let's watch it fall...

Step 5: Collect the sand/gravel blocks, and start again on the next pillar in your way.

Look at all those blocks...

The reason this works, is because the game gets confused about the state of all blocks above your placed item. Since Redstone Dust is technically a "half block" (but still takes up the space of a full block) it displaces the sand blocks above it, and reverts it to a "mined" state. You can use a Torch, Rail tracks, Flowers, and even Stone Slabs to pull this trick off.

I highly suggest only using an item you don't mind risking losing. Sometimes the game will refuse to collapse the entire stack (usually because you placed that item too slowly) and will just drop the entire pillar one block height... and destroy the item you used. That's why I suggest Redstone dust, because of how common, and how easily replaced, it is.

As a bonus, you can also "reverse" this process, by placing a piece of Redstone dust on the ground, and then placing a block on top of it. It will "float" there, regardless of it's type (you can use this to make a true "Sand block pyramid"). When you remove the Redstone dust, the entire structure will "collapse", but won't break any blocks (because there isn't a half block under the stack to confuse the game into mining it all for you).

I'm going to add a few more tricks in the next few posts, complete with pictures, in the next few minutes. Hopefully nobody minds a quadruple post here... but I'd like to really kick this thread off, and give people incentive to post their own tricks!

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Minecraft: 25 Tricks From The Game Players Have No Idea About

After so many years of updates and evolution, Minecraft has come really far from its humble beginnings. It started out as a passion project and has turned into one of the biggest gaming franchises in existence. One of the defining games of this modern generation. Such a grand feat means you're going to have new people constantly joining in on the fun. With how complex Minecraft has become, newcomers may need a little guidance to figure out some of the intricate details of the game.

Fans have spent hours exploring the many secrets and hidden details within Minecraft. There are hundreds of these tricks stored away within the game. However, in this list, we've had to narrow it down to 25. It's not everything there is to find in Minecraft, but some of the more interesting and important ones. Even veteran players may find a few things they didn't know since the game has been updated quite a bit since the old days. With new mobs and items added every update, there will be a whole bunch of new secrets to uncover. New players will find some great tips and new strategies when building their dream house or looking for the elusive diamond.

Of course, this list won't even come close to covering everything in Minecraft. The game is so expansive and is limited only by the creativity of the player. There will still be many more things to discover. You should definitely take the time to explore the world of Minecraft and see how many new things you can find on your own.

25 Placing Torches On Crafting Tables

This is more for the looks than for any practical reason. But you can actually place a torch on top of a crafting table or furnace. Why you would do this isn't important. It's about the fact that you can.

To do this, put a "transparent block" behind the crafting table. This can be something like a block of glass. Now, while facing the crafting table, try to reach out and put a torch on the glass. You should now have a torch on top of the table.

24 Placing Blocks Next To A Torch

You may not even consider this due to the impossibility of what we're doing. But Minecraft is all about breaking the laws of physics. And you can do that by placing a block right next to a torch.

Simply aim next to the torch like you would with any other block. After that, place any block you like. Surprisingly, the block will actually build off the torch. It's a strange look but you can use it for some creative architecture.

23 Stacking Signs

It's possible to stack signs on top of each other. You can do this to create the illusion of a really big sign that is actually comprised of smaller pieces. It's perfect if you have a long message to write or something like that.

The best use for this mechanic is when you're making an adventure map. You can stack signs to create a literal wall of text full of instructions and details about the adventure. Stacking signs is a small detail that could easily be missed.

22 Wooden Slabs Are Flame-Resistant

Usually, you don't want too many wooden items around the house. Especially if you have any structures that use fire. A single spark can cause a huge accident. There's no worse feeling than watching your hard work be burned to the ground.

Which is why you should use wooden slabs instead.

These pieces don't actually burn. You can get the benefit of that wooden texture without any of the risks of burning. It's the safest way to implement wood into your structure.

21 Lava Buckets Are Great Fuel

If you find lava anywhere, be sure to keep it marked. As soon as you get some buckets, go and collect as much lava as possible. Lava is an excellent fuel to use in the furnace. It lasts a long time so you can smelt as much as you want.

Lava is also one of the ingredients in creating obsidian, a rare block. With a bonus use like that, there's no reason not to carry lava. Get as many buckets of this as possible and become an efficient adventurer.

20 The Best Diamond Level

The best Y-coordinate for diamonds is eleven. You can check your coordinates by pressing F3. The Y-coordinate shows how far down you've mined. You can find diamond anywhere after Y-16, but eleven is the best.

You also wouldn't want to go lower that. If you do, the chances of running into lava will be higher. There's no point in finding diamond ore if you're just going to lose it all to lava. This molten liquid can be useful, but not when it's trying to drown you.

19 Use Torches To Farm Sand/Gravel Blocks

Torches are probably some of the most versatile items in all of Minecraft. They do the obvious things like lighting up dark areas and keeping monsters away. However, they have some other useful abilities.

As you may know, Sand and Gravel blocks are affected by gravity. So, if you remove the block underneath, they will fall. At that moment before the block falls, you can place a torch. This will cause all of the blocks to be broken allowing you to collect them.

18 Zombie-Proof Your Door

Zombies can break down your door and invade your precious house. Thankfully, there are some ways of preventing the zombies from ruining your day and destroying your property.

One option is to have a door set up one block higher. That way the zombies cannot reach it. Your other choice is to use a fence instead. They can't break the fences down and it also allows you to fight back without any risk.

17 Mushroom Biomes Are Safe

The Mushroom Biome is the only biome where hostile mobs do not spawn at night. This makes it the safest place in Minecraft and the best place to build a home. There are also no mobs in the cave systems, allowing for safer mining.

However, be aware that mob spawners will still work.

So, if you do see any zombies or spiders, then you know there's a spawner nearby. Overall, the Mushroom Biome is a good place for a base.

16 Pumpkin Head

Wearing a pumpkin is more about just making you look awesome. Yet, it has other benefits which can help you fight a powerful foe. If you wear a Pumpkin, then Endermen will not attack you. Even if you attack them.

Endermen only attack those who make eye contact with them. However, the Pumpkin prevents you from making eye contact. So, they stick to their mantra and refuse to fight back. Such honorable foes.

15 Get Some Bodyguards

It's a good idea to get some extra help to protect your house. There are two options. The first is an Iron Golem. You summon it by making the formation shown in the image. They are very powerful and also quite durable.

The other guardian would be a snow golem. Stack two snow blocks and put a pumpkin on top to summon it. However, it needs to be in a suitable biome (like the snow) otherwise it will melt.

14 Become A Cat Person

Cats are a cool addition to Minecraft and make for nice pets. However, it's more than just having a cat as a pet. They also serve an important function.

Creepers are very scared of cats.

If you have enough cats around your house, then Creepers will avoid you at all costs. It's the best way to ensure that you won't run into any explosive surprises when doing some farming.

13 Take Torches Underwater

Once again, torches have come to the rescue. Whenever you go on a trip underwater, be sure to take a bunch of torches with you. They can help you breathe underwater for a longer period of time.

By placing a torch on a block, it creates an air bubble for a short time. You have to be next to the block for this to work. But it's enough to ensure that you can get some extra breath in an emergency.

12 Another Way To Fight A Blaze

The Blaze is a powerful mob in the Nether. They can be a tough enemy to beat through conventional methods. Their fire blasts can also knock you into the lava, eliminating you instantly.

The Blaze mob is weak to snowballs. So you should take as many of them as possible. Using snowballs from afar is a safer way to defeat the Blaze. It's not the most efficient, but it will ensure your safety.

11 The Infinite Water Source

This is the ideal construction to have near a farm. You won't have to carry a lot of water buckets or build near a water source to make this work. It's also extremely simple to build and you don't need anything special.

You need two buckets of water to start. Make a 2-by-2 square in the ground. It should be one block deep. Then pour one bucket in the top left corner of the square and let the water spill. Finally, pour the other bucket in the bottom right corner and you have your water source.

10 Don't Make Golden Tools

Gold does have its uses, but making tools out of it is not a good idea. They are even less durable than wooden items.

In fact, the tools will only last a few uses before breaking.

You are better off saving those previous golden materials for crafting Golden Apples. They are extremely useful healing items that can save you in a bind. Whatever you decide to do, don't waste gold on weapons and tools.

9 Carry Water Buckets

Water buckets can save your life in many situations, especially in mining. You can use it to counter random bursts of lava. You could also use it to climb down steep inclines and get to lower ground.

You could even use the water to help you get away from some monsters. Use it to create some distance between you and the mobs. Just remember to make sure that you have a few extra buckets of water when going into the mines.

8 Remember To Use Bonemeal

Bonemeal is pretty simple to make from skeleton bones. Its main use is to quicken the growth of plants and trees. This is very useful when you're trying to build a farm or grow some trees for wood.

It's fairly easy to find because you get them from skeletons. These are common mobs at night time and aren't hard to fight. Bonemeal is an excellent tool for the farmers at heart.

7 Charcoal Can Replace Coal

When you start your new adventure, you may not immediately find some coal. Thankfully, there is an alternative, since coal is a vital resource. That alternative is charcoal. And it's made from wood.

You can use wood as a fire source in the furnace.

By smelting some more wood, you can make charcoal. This has the same properties as coal and acts as a great replacement early in the game. That way you can focus on building a house before going into the mines.

6 Look For Mob Spawners

Enemy spawners can be extremely frustrating. They keep spawning enemies into the vicinity until you get tired or are defeated. Unless of course, you are able to destroy them. But before that, there is another step.

Just place torches all around the spawner. This is a better idea than destroying it. Torches will prevent enemies from spawning. Also, if you need to farm a certain type of enemy, you can just remove the torches to let them spawn.


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Minecraft Xbox 360: How To Cheat in Minecraft

Xbox Live’s ‘Minecraft’ Tips and Tricks

Now that Minecraft is on XBLA, a lot of people are experiencing the game for the first time. We have some tips and tricks to common questions and problems that first-time players will come across.

Use World Generator Seeds

When you start a new game you are asked if you want to use a seed. Seeds in this context refer to having the game load specific worlds instead of letting it randomly generate one for you. This lets other people all start out in the same world. Even if everyone starts in the same world, it won't be the same when everyone is finished. Some examples of seeds include (caps sensitive):

  • gargamel
  • Blackest Hole
  • Notch
  • Orange Soda
  • Elfen Lied
  • v
  • 404

You can use literally any words or phrases or numbers you want in the generator — just remember what you used so you can share it with your friends later if you find a good one.

Set a Goal

Few other games let you just set out into the world and do your own thing. Really just Skyrim, Fallout 3, and Dead Rising on the Xbox 360. For many players, open-world games are a dream come true since they let you do anything. For some gamers, though, not having clear objectives takes them out of the game and they find it hard to enjoy it.

Our advice with Minecraft specifically is to set goals for yourself. Randomly wandering around and digging won't get you anywhere. Instead, pick a site and start making a real mine. Pick a site and start building something awesome. Choose a resource you need — wool, sugar cane, flowers for dyes, etc. — and set out to find it. If you give yourself specific goals it is much easier to get into the flow of the game rather than wandering around with no structure.

Use Crouch!

You know when you're wandering around and a creeper jumps out of nowhere and you panic and accidentally click the right stick. That little "lean" is the crouch, and it is one of the most important things you will use when you start building stuff. The crouch lets you basically hang off of cliffs without worrying about falling. It is impossible to fall when you're crouched. It also has the benefit of letting you step out into almost open-air, which gives you the correct angle to place blocks when you want to start building horizontally while you're way up in the air or your butt is hanging off the side of a cliff.

Find Diamonds

Finding diamonds makes everything else you do in the game much easier since it lets you build the best weapons and armor. Diamond tools last through mining hundreds of blocks before they break and also mine faster than any other tools. Once you get diamond tools you'll never want to use anything else. Finding diamonds is the tough part, though. They only appear down in the depths of the world between level 1 and 15 above the bedrock (which means down as far as you can go underground).

A good rule of thumb is that when you hit bedrock in your mine, go back up 3 to 4 layers and then start digging horizontal tunnels 4 to 5 blocks high. You'll hit diamonds eventually. Just be careful you don't fill your tunnels with water or lava, so keep blocks to stuff up those holes handy before it does too much damage. 

Keep Monsters From Spawning in Your House

You return home after a long day of mining and go to sleep only to be awakened shortly afterward by a zombie or skeleton in your supposedly safe house! To keep this from happening to make sure you do a few things:

  • Don't put your bed on dirt/grass.
  • Always put a foundation and floor under your house a couple of layers thick (this protects you in the off chance you built on top of a cavern or something).
  • Make sure you have plenty of light inside the house. A torch in every corner and multiple torches along longer walls will keep the monsters out.
  • Don't put your bed next to a wall. Put it in the center of the room instead.

Don’t Be Too Proud to Play on Peaceful Difficulty

Gamers have a weird pride thing about not playing on "Easy" difficulty levels. In Minecraft, though, even "Easy" can be quite challenging and nothing sucks more than spending hours and hours building something awesome only to have a creeper show up and blow a huge chunk out of it.

Playing on Peaceful lets you build all you want without having to hide at night since the mode has no monsters. If/when you need materials from the monsters (bones, string, gunpowder), you can always bump the difficulty up the next time you play. If you want the Minecraft survival horror experience, by all means, keep playing on higher difficulties. If you want to build stuff, though, peaceful is the way to go.

Taming Wolves

You can tame wolves wandering around the world by giving them bones. The game doesn't make it clear that it usually takes more than one bone to tame a wolf. Keep giving a wolf bones until hearts pop up over it and it has a red collar on. It will then follow you and fight monsters for you.

When Pigs Fly

Perhaps the trickiest achievement is getting a pig to jump off a cliff while you're riding it. This is a two-part challenge because you first have to find a saddle, then jump a pig off a cliff. The first part is hard because you can only find saddles in chests in dungeons.

Once you have a saddle, then you have to find a pig. Find a pig on top of a cliff somewhere and then put the saddle on and ride it. You won't be able to control the pig, you're just along for the ride, but what you can do is punch the pig which makes it jump a little bit. Punch it while you are riding it next to a cliff, and the pig will most likely jump right off, giving you the achievement.

Make Sure You Plan Stuff Out Ahead of Time

Building stuff is awesome but do a little engineering beforehand. You don't want to just randomly lay out a foundation for your dream house only to find the dimensions are all screwy looking and uneven hours later.

One tip is to make sure your dimensions are odd numbers. This will make it easier to center windows and doors and make sure the roof lines upright. When you plan things out ahead of time it also makes it easier to implement crazy design features like lava or waterfalls underneath or fountains or anything else you can dream up. Don't be afraid to do a little terraforming to make things look just right. With time and effort, even the highest mountains can be flattened.

Save Often

You know that little icon that pops up in the corner of the screen like the game is autosaving? It isn't actually saving like you expect. It is saving what is in your inventory but it is not saving your actual game world. Make sure you go to the menu and save regularly or you'll potentially lose everything you've been building.

Share Screenshots

You can share your screenshots of the game, but you have to have a Facebook account to do it. All you have to do is pause the game and press "Y" on the menu. The game will then let you share whatever you're looking at on Facebook. We recommend making a second Facebook account for this so you don't spam all of your friends and family with a million Minecraft screens.

Split Screen Only Works on HDTV

If you buy Minecraft XBLA hoping to play split-screen multiplayer, keep this in mind: It only works on HDTVs. If you still have an SDTV, you can't play split-screen Minecraft. We don't know why you would be playing Xbox 360 on an SDTV these days when HDTVs are pretty darn cheap, but apparently, there are still some folks out there stuck in the bad old 4:3 standard definition days.

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Thank you, Uncle Volodya. Masha said as she drove into her room. Sitting on the sofa, Luda briefly told about the problems and what had happened. I looked at her through the eyes of a boy in love. A chiseled figure, fluffy hairstyle, high large chest, strong arms, legs that attract the eye.

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The excess of impressions was reflected in a motionless grimace on her face. Baby, everything is fine, turn off your brain, do not think about anything, relax. As long as I walk this land, you are safe.

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It is noteworthy, in the same narrow aisle, and I feel that for some reason Nata does not want to go to bed. Although in my opinion the bed was made with the cleanest and freshest linens. The idyll of kissing very naturally turns into a blowjob idyll. Nata kisses through the furry covering of my torso, sits on the edge of the bed, takes it in her mouth and begins.

To suck.

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