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Yakuza Kiwami AGAIN! - GameOn Live - Episode #35




Friday, August 30, 2013

10 Minecraft Tricks You Might Not Have Known


Lot's of things are still unknown in this what seems to be a simple game of Minecraft but did you know these?
Here are 10 of the most useful tricks in the game.
 

1. Torches create Temporary air pockets underwater




Maybe you got too cocky and swam too deep. Maybe you were mining and opened the floodgates. Whatever the case, you're stuck underwater and need air fast. By placing a Torch, the water is temporarily displaced allowing you to get a quick breath in. Make sure you're right up against the torch when you place it for it to work.




2. Torches break stacks of sand and gravel


This one is relatively well known. If you need to clear a stack of Sand or Gravel, take out the bottom block and quickly replace it with a Torch. The rest of the stack will collapse onto the torch and break apart.


3. Torches can hold up sand and gravel


Funny how the Torch can help destroy and help build. If you place a block of sand or gravel on top of a wall-mounted torch, it will not fall or break. If you for some reason only have Sand to build with and want to have floating sections, this trick will come in handy.




4. You can build off of torches


Aren't torches just the most useful tool around? A little known fact is that you can build off the sides of torches instead of having to place a new block. This could be used as a scaffolding tool and a way to use less blocks if you're running low.

 

5. Signs and ladders stop water and lava


Water can be annoying. Lava can burn. Both are usually undesirable. If there's a flow of water or lava getting in your way, toss up a Ladder or a Sign! Take that, nature! This is a great tool for building underwater as you can prevent leaks.

 

6. Blazes hate snowballs


Getting a Bow and plenty of arrows takes quite a few resources. If you've been hanging out in a snow biome, chances are you've collected a bunch of snowballs. The Nether is a dangerous place, but luckily these seemingly useless balls of snow can help you out. Toss a few of these at a Blaze to cool him off a little.

 

 

7. Soul Sand makes you sink


Soul_Sand has a bunch of uses. The main one being that it slows you down. But did you know that while standing on Soul Sand you actually sink into the ground a little? Because of this, if there is a block in front of you 3 blocks off the ground and Soul Sand in front of it, you will be unable to pass. This can be a cool way to make some traps.

 

 

8. In Creative Mode, Middle click gives you the object you're looking at


Somehow this one isn't as well known as it should be. In Creative Mode, clicking the scroll wheel of your mouse will put whatever you're looking at in your inventory. This even works on leaves, grass, and mobs! 


9. You only need two buckets of water to create an infinite water source


By creating a small trench of 3 blocks and filling both sides using a Bucket of water, you will create an infinite water source. Only take out water from the middle or you'll accidentally destroy it.

 

 

10. Water makes a good lawn mower


Are you annoyed be the pesky Grass around your house or simply want to free up a large flat space for building? Use a Bucket of water by the grass. It will spread and take out any grass in its path.


Thanks Given To: GreeSkull at ReadyUpLive.com for these great Minecraft tips Keep them coming brother!






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