Minecraft World Magazine Issue 76

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
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1 min.

A very warm welcome to Minecraft World! We hope you’re all keeping safe and well. If you’re anything like us, you’ve been playing a lot of Minecraft to help get through lockdown! It means we’ve had tonnes of time to go hunting for evenmore secrets about the game, and we’re telling you all about those over on page 4! Thanks so much to all of you for writing in, sending us your pictures and asking questions. We’re cramming in as many as we can every issue. We read the mall, but sometimes it can take a little while to get pictures and builds into print – but we hope you’ll agree it’s worth it! The next issue goes on sale on 25th March. Hopefully by then the winter will be coming to…

7 min.
51 all-new minecraft secrets

1 Soul fire causes double the damage of normal fire – two points (one heart) for every second you’re on fire! This applies to any soul fire source that might set you alight, including soul campfires. 2 Crying obsidian gives offa light level of 10, and has the highest blast resistance of any light source. 3 Wearing a suit of gold armour will stop piglins from becoming hostile to you - at least most of the time! You can distract a hostile piglin by throwing gold items at it. 4 After a bee stings something, it will inflict the Poison effect on its target, but then become passive and die soon afterwards. 5 You can create basalt by placing a block of blue ice two blocks above a block of soul soil, then allowing…

5 min.
raids and sieges explained

PILLAGER RAIDS We've all fought pillagers, usually around their own outposts or, occasionally, as a patrolling group. But what happens when the pillagers bring the fight to you? That's a raid, and when one starts, believe us, you'll know about it! TRIGGERIOG A RAID If you kill an illager captain - that is, the illager carrying the big illager banner - you'll receive the Bad Omen status effect. Each time you kill an illager captain, you get another level of the effect applied, up to a maximum of six levels. Unlike most status effects, this one NEVER runs out, so the only way to get rid of it is to die or drink a bucket of milk. If you don't, the next time you enter a village, you have a high chance of triggering…

2 min.
caves cliffs latest

AMETHYST UPDATES Although amethyst was already in the last development version, there have been some updates. Certain amethyst blocks – called budding amethyst blocks – now have a chance to grow amethyst buds, and those buds will eventually grow into clusters. These clusters can then be broken into shards, used to craft spyglasses, tinted glass and amethyst blocks. GLOWING ITEMS The new glow squid mob (imported from Minecraft Earth!) drops glow ink sacs when killed. These sacs can be used to craft glow item frames, which illuminate an item placed inside. Signs can be tinted with glow ink sacs to make their text glow, and you can remove the effect by using a normal ink sac instead. Underground you can find glow lichen, which provides a natural light source in caves. This can be…

2 min.
saturation – your hidden hunger bar

Hunger is a pretty simple part of the Minecraft game. When your hunger bar is empty you lose health, and when it’s full you gain health. But that’s not all that’s going on. In the background, there’s a second, secret hunger bar: the saturation bar. WHAT IS SATURATION? In a nutshell, saturation tells you how long you have to wait between eating food and being hungry again – so basically how long after you eat a piece of food your hunger bar will start to deplete. As well as replenishing your hunger bar, every piece of food you eat restores a bit of saturation. Knowing how to manage this will mean you can eat less and stay healthy longer, resulting in fewer breaks for food, and more time for fighting, crafting and mining! SATURATION…

2 min.
item of the month

ABOUT POTATOES Potatoes a rea food item that can be collected, looted or grown, then used by the player as food or for crafting other food recipes. They’re one of the most versatile foods in the game! Eating a normal raw potato will restore one point of health and 0.6 points of saturation. Potatoes can be fed to pigs to put them in breeding mode, and if a villager carries potatoes they’ll also count towards their willingness to breed – a villager can carry up to 12 potatoes before they go into breeding mode. GETTING POTATOES Potato es turn up in a lot of places. In every village, the farm plots have a one in five chance of being entirely potatoes. Zombies and husks have a one in 120 chance of dropping a potato…