Minecraft World Magazine Issue 52

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.

País:
United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Dennis Publishing UK
Periodicitat:
Monthly
3,62 €(IVA inc.)
10,29 €(IVA inc.)
3 Números

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1 min.
hello!

A very warm welcome to Minecraft World magazine, and this month we’ve gone superhero crazy! We know lots of you will be looking forward to seeing the adventures of The Avengers in cinemas over the coming weeks, so we’ve kicked off this issue with a special superhero guide showing you how to build your own hero base! That’s not all! We’ve also included lots of things you’ve been requesting in this issue. We’re talking Minecraft servers and trading in the game, as well as rounding up the latest updates. It’s certainly been a very busy few weeks! The next few weeks are set to be even busier as the game gets ready to celebrate its – get this – 10th birthday! Rest assured we’ll be joining in the celebrations! See you for…

6 min.
build a superhero world

BUILDING A SUPERHERO BASE Picking a place to build a superhero base is easy: it needs to be hidden, it needs to be easy to get in and out of, and it needs to be big enough to fill with superhero toys! For that reason, we’ve gone with a Batman-style underground cave. Ours is actually a carved-out hill, but you could also move into an existing cave, or create a basement under your mansion or house. If you like, you could even make it an Avengers-style tower! Whatever you pick, the next step is to start filling it with cool superhero items… COMPUTER SURVEILLANCE Superheroes need to know where crime is happening to stop it. You can set up a surveillance system using small paintings to look like video screens! We started by placing a…

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5 min.
the minecraft server guide

WHAT ARE MULTIPLAYER SERVERS? Online servers run heavily modded versions of Minecraft that allow you to play unusual maps or heavily modified mini-games in large multiplayer groups. Connect to one and you’ll be able to play the games they run with potentially hundreds of people from all over the world! On joining a server, you usually enter a “hubworld”, which allows you to select a game by exploring the hub and clicking on it. Watch out for helpful messages and rules that tell you how to act when you’re there. Joining an online server is easy, and you can do it in either the Bedrock or Java Edition. The servers have to match the version you’re playing, though, so pay close attention, otherwise you might find yourself unable to join! ARE THEY FREE? Most multiplayer…

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4 min.
the trading guide

HOW TRADING WORKS Trading has been slightly altered, so first we need to tell you how it works. The important thing is that the basics remain the same – you can swap emeralds with villagers for goods that relate to their profession. Now, however, there are a LOT more professions, and they’re recognised by different insignias and clothing, instead of robe and apron colour. Each villager has 8-10 trade slots, with a number of different trading options per slot. Each trade can be made a set number of times before it gets disabled, and villagers must return to their workstation to regenerate the trade slot. Another new gameplay feature is that the more you make a trade, the more the price will go up due to demand. The Hero of the Village…

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2 min.
item of the month

COLLECTING MUSHROOMS Mushrooms come in two main types: red and brown. At normal size, they’re virtually identical, though there are some small differences. All mushrooms can only grow if the light level is 12 or lower – this can be underground or on the surface. They also grow in huge numbers in the Nether, in some woodland mansions, and in witch huts, where you’ll find one red mushroom in a flower pot. To collect a mushroom, you can break it with an empty hand or any other item to make it drop. It shouldn’t take long! If you encounter or make a huge mushroom, you can get two mushrooms of the matching colour by breaking one of the blocks. USING MUSHROOMS Mushrooms can’t be eaten directly, but they CAN be turned into mushroom…

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2 min.
news round-up

MINECRAFT ON GAME PASS Just as we were going to press last issue, it was officially announced that Minecraft was to be added to the Xbox Game Pass service. This is the monthly membership service Microsoft offers Xbox gamers, where you pay a fixed monthly sum to get access to lots of games. The game was added on 4th April, which should mean even more people are now joining in the joy of Minecraft. If any of you have made it to this magazine, a very warm welcome to you! NEW SALES LANDMARK HIT! Minecraft is soon to hit its 10th birthday, believe it or not, and the first version of the game came out for PCs rather than consoles or tablets. Minecraft is already one of the biggest selling games of all time…

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