Minecraft World Magazine Issue 65

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
3,63 €(IVA inc.)
10,31 €(IVA inc.)
3 Números

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1 min.
hello!

A very warm welcome to Minecraft World. As this issue is being put together, we know that lots of you are having to stay inside. First and foremost, we’d like to say stay safe and well. Look after yourselves, and take care. To help, we’ve crammed this issue with as much Minecraft goodness as we can get our hands on, and hopefully you’ll find lots of ideas to keep you busy with the game. Our loot guide alone should hopefully give you some pointers! We’ll be back with the next issue of the magazine on 21st May. Keep enjoying Minecraft, keep sending us your builds and questions, and let’s all get through these testing times together.…

7 min.
the ultimate loot guide

LOOT CHESTS All of these item lists are ordered from the most common to the most rare. Remember that loot chests contain a random selection of items from the lists given, not everything! Bedrock and Java Editions also have some minor variations, which we’ll try to note along the way! While there is some crossover in the items you can find, certain chests have unique items that can’t be found in other types of chest. BONUS CHESTS A bonus chest is generated at the spawn point if you tick the necessary box during world generation. It contains lots of loot that should be useful early on in the game, including apples, wooden pickaxes, wooden axes, sticks, oak planks, raw salmon, bread, logs, stone pickaxes and stone axes. BURIED TREASURE Buried treasure can be found under the…

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4 min.
nether update latest

NEW MOBS ZOGLINS Zoglins are what hoglins turn into if they’re taken into the Overworld – essentially a zombie version of a hoglin. Unlike hoglins, they can’t be bred with one another and won’t eat anything the player offers them. They also won’t avoid warped fungus like hoglins. Zoglins attack almost any other mob on sight, apart from creepers and other zoglins. As with hoglins, they throw other mobs into the air when they attack them. Like most Nether mobs, zoglins are immune to fire damage and can’t be harmed by lava, although (currently) they can drown in water. When killed, they drop five experience and 1-3 rotten flesh. STRIDER Existing only in the Nether, the strider is a passive mob that can walk on lava. They spawn on lava seas in the Nether and occasionally…

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2 min.
beat a pillager outpost

EQUIPMENT First, stock up on the stuff you need. A diamond sword and armour, of course – ideally enchanted. Stay away from Knockback as an enchantment, as pillagers find it easier to fight from adistance because of their crossbows. A bow or crossbow is also a must, plus enough ammo for a fight – a whole stack of arrows at a minimum! A shield, if you know how to use one, makes a good defence against flying arrows. You should also bring plenty of food! Obviously, anything extra you can carry will be helpful. Potions, a flint and steel, and an axe can all prove useful in a pinch, while water buckets are good to repel and confuse attacking pillagers. AROUND THE OUTPOST Most outposts have a lot of small buildings around them, which…

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2 min.
redstone mini-builds

SIMPLE STREET LAMP To make a simple street lamp in Minecraft, you need to place a daylight sensor on top of a redstone lamp, then invert the sensor. This will mean that when the light levels drop – for example, at night – the sensor will activate, illuminating the lamp beneath it. You can have these at ground level, but a better option is to place them on top of a pillar, two blocks high. A dark wood, such as dark oak, looks best because it’s a similar colour to a daylight sensor and in similar shades to aredstone lamp. AUTOMATIC WARDROBE Sick of spending ages putting on your armour every time you need to get dressed for a fight? Well, this automatic wardrobe can put your gear on in seconds! Armour fired…

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2 min.
news round-up

DELAYED Around the time this issue of the magazine went on sale, if all had gone to plan, we’d be playing the latest Minecraft game, Minecraft Dungeons! Sadly, it didn’t all go to plan, and Mojang has announced that there’s been a slight delay to the release of the game. It will now go on sale from 26 May 2020. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a completely different action adventure game set within the world of Minecraft. It will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Windows 10. NEW MINECRAFT EARTH ADVENTURES While it’s been tricky for the vast majority of us to go outside at the time this issue was being put together, the team at Mojang has taken the opportunity to announce a collection of upcoming Minecraft…

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