Minecraft World Magazine Issue 51

Minecraft World is the essential monthly guide to the planet’s best videogame: Minecraft! In each issue, we’ll be keeping you bang up to date with what’s happening in Minecraft, as well as sharing secrets, essential tips, advice and the very latest news. We'll be also serving up brilliant Minecraft constructions, expert hints, answering your questions, and packing page after page with as much as we possibly can about the game! Whether you're playing Minecraft on a computer, a portable device or a games console, Minecraft World is going to be your essential independent guide to getting as much out of the game as possible. And none of the game's monsters will be safe from us either.

United Kingdom
Dennis Publishing UK
3,63 €(IVA inc.)
10,31 €(IVA inc.)
3 Números

en aquest número

1 min.

Welcome to the latest issue of Minecraft World. Once again, we’re packed to the rafters with ideas, tips, builds and features on our favourite game! We’ve spent the last few weeks pouring over the latest update to the Bedrock Edition. There’s MASSES to explore, and you can see our full report starting over on page 4! We’ve also had TONNES of your builds, ideas, seeds and pictures land in our inbox since the last issue! We’re trying to squeeze in everyone, and the address if you want to be featured is incoming@everythingmw.com! We’re back with another jam-packed issue on 25th April. Until then, happy Minecrafting! P.S. Just as we were going to press, we got news that Minecraft is being added to the Xbox Game Pass service from the start of April. That’s a…

7 min.
bedrock update in-depth

VERSION 1.8 Released in December 2018, Bedrock Edition version 1.8 was the first to contain features from Village & Pillage. You’ve probably played it by now, so here’s a quick summary! New blocks included bamboo and scaffolding. New items included updated dyes, such as white, blue, brown and black dyes. New mobs included pandas and stray cats. New enchantments included Quick Charge, Multishot and Piercing, all of which are applied to the crossbow. Gameplay changes included the addition of the packed ice recipe, the ability to craft sticks from bamboo, and dandelion yellow, rose red and cactus green dyes being renamed. Fishing catches are now different in Jungle biomes – you can only catch raw cod and raw salmon, and bamboo can be caught as a junk item. Also, phantoms are now afraid of cats,…

4 min.
the best upcoming youtubers

MINECRAFT MONSTER SCHOOL bit.ly/2TAEqqF The Minecraft Monster School describes itself as a place for scary and funny videos, and most of them are just that! They focus on the life of various mobs, with videos that last 10-15 minutes. Mixed in are challenge videos, pro-build battles, and all sorts of animations. Despite being launched just a few months ago, the Minecraft Monster School channel has almost 7,000 subscribers, so this is your chance to get in on the action before they really hit the big time! The most popular video is a Five Nights at Freddies mash, so if you’re into that game there’s plenty to enjoy, although the enderman life animations are pretty popular too! ATMOSPHERE MINECRAFT ROLEPLAYS bit.ly/2Fa6N6g This channel has just over 1,500 subscribers at the time of writing, but you can bet…

2 min.
make words with banners

CRAFTING BANNERS To craft a banner, you need to place six blocks of wool on top of one stick on a crafting table. The wool can be any colour, but all six blocks must be the same colour. This will create a blank banner in the colour of the wool you chose, which means there are 16 possible base banners. Base banners can have six layers applied to them. You add a layer by crafting the banner with dye and/or an item. You can also remove the top layer by washing it in a cauldron. For this tutorial, we’ve used a white base banner with black dye, but you can use any combo! APPLYING PATTERNS The way you add patterns to banners depends on which version of the game you’re playing. Currently, you…

1 min.
letter guide

A Left bar + right bar + top bar + centre bar B Left bar + horizontal centre bar + full border C Top bar + left bar + bottom bar D Left bar + full border E Left Bar + top bar + bottom bar + horizontal centre bar F Left Bar + top bar + horizontal centre bar G Top half + bottom half + base colour horizontal centre bar + base colour large diamond H Left bar + horizontal centre bar + right bar I Vertical centre bar J Top bar + vertical centre bar + bottom-left square K Left bar + left-right diagonal + right-left diagonal L Left bar + bottom bar M Left bar + right bar + top triangle N Left bar + left-right diagonal + right bar O Full border P Left bar + top bar + base colour diamond + centre horizontal bar + left bar Q Full border + bottom-right square R Left bar + top…

2 min.
foolproof ways to find diamonds

WATCH OUT FOR LAVA LAKES Perhaps the easiest way to find diamonds (or at least diamond ore) is to explore large cave systems underground. Obviously, you might stumble across diamond ore just embedded in the walls or floor, but what you’re ACTUALLY looking for are lava lakes. That’s because lava lakes generate at the same levels as diamond ore. Once you’ve found a lake, start carving out the border around it. You’re almost guaranteed to find some diamonds – just don’t slip in! LOOK FOR TREASURE Diamonds appear in a lot of different chests, but the least dangerous ones to find are in desert temples and blacksmiths (weaponsmiths after the Village & Pillage update). Desert temple chests are almost guaranteed to contain diamonds, as are about one in three blacksmiths chests. Blacksmiths chests are easy…