50 Cool Things to Build in Minecraft
Struggling to come up with some awesome Minecraft Building Ideas?
When it comes to building in Minecraft, the sky is the limit. Sure, that’s a great selling point. But imagine I handed you a hundred stacks of blocks and complete creative freedom.
Chances are you might struggle to come up with fun things to build in Minecraft. Perhaps there should be a term for it: ‘builder’s block’.
That’s why we here at WhatIfGaming have decided to put together an expansive list of 50 awesome Minecraft building ideas!
On this list, we’ll cover everything from massive building projects to neat little decorations. So, there will be something to set the creative juices flowing for everyone!
Oh, and fair warning, the projects will get significantly larger as we go.
1. Your First Desert House
Many players like to build their Survival houses in grassy biomes, forests, and even marshes and cliffs. But Minecraft players notoriously shy away from building their bases in deserts.
The reason why is simple. It is a lot harder to make your house look good when it is yellow and surrounded by yellow. Between sand, sandstone, and sandstone bricks, there doesn’t seem to be much of a difference visually.
But check out this idea for an awesome desert house from YouTuber Julious. It implements aspects you’d expect to see in high-quality grassland builds, but adapted for the vast Minecraft deserts.
Try it out and let us know how you get on!
2. Realistic Bathroom Design
Many Minecraft projects don’t have to involve massive structural undertakings, though. Others could just be new ways to think about building. Take a look at this awesome idea for realistic bathroom furniture from this tutorial from MCram for a perfect example!
Of course, unless you have some sort of urination mod, there is no need for a bathroom or toilet. But if you were to add one, it would add a new element to your base. It could even be a lot of fun to come up with original designs!
3. Simple Boat Starter House
A starter house is usually kind of a blight on the landscape that you will likely destroy as soon as possible.
However, here is a unique idea that you’ll want to keep around long after you upgrade. This simple Boat House tutorial by YouTuber Nexty is compact, rustic, and a surprisingly sensible security option. For avoiding mobs and gaining the upper hand on any PvP intruders, you couldn’t do much better.
When you are building a beginners Survival base, you could make good use of the Minecraft Duplication Glitch, still active in 2021!
4. Perfect Minecraft Igloo
It isn’t just desert biomes players usually avoid like the plague. I’ve had my fair share of Survival worlds doomed by spawning in a vast tundra, where quitting and making a new world with a different seed is usually a better alternative to slaving away in the snow.
But this survival igloo tutorial from YouTuber Mr Mirror is a doozy. It looks outstanding, while harnessing only the resources which are all available in the tundra biome. Fit with an outside seating and campfire area, this is your golden bullet for never avoiding the snow again.
5. Underground Survival Bunker
Implying that Survival is difficult is a bit of a meme at this point, but it can be a challenge. Throw in a couple of crafty other players vying for valuable resources. The need for a safe place to live, craft, and defend is doubled.
This showcase tutorial from Spudetti shows just how awesome a fully kitted-out survival bunker can be. With more storage than you will ever need, it’s the perfect base from the game’s beginning to the game’s end. Best of all, it’s hidden away completely out of sight.
6. Castle Walls
Okay… maybe it is just me, but I love building huge walls around my Minecraft bases.
Turning a secluded little hut with a few surrounding structures into a truly medieval keep is an absolute blast. But by far my favourite part is the vast wall that needs to surround it. Especially when you are using all manner of materials and adornments to make it look truly unique.
If you too would like to get in on the action – and, let’s be honest, why wouldn’t you? Check out this jumbo tutorial by Mysticat, which shows off five fantastic and innovative wall designs.
7. Sky Base
Of course, the underground is a safe place to be. Then again, it has its fair share of perils too: unanticipated lava pools, monsters, not to mention other players mining.
If you are looking for a unique premise for your next super-safe Minecraft base, look no further than this impressive tutorial from Folli.
It features a large platform high in the sky, accessed only by a single waterfall. This means that it will be difficult for intruders to enter uninvited. Plus, it looks awesome!
8. Cattle And Livestock Pen
I have seen it in just about every survival world my friends show me. A house with a large fenced-off square beside it, filled with just about every farm animal available on the game.
If you are looking for a fun project to make your base even more aesthetically pleasing, why not try out this Cow Pen tutorial from Fresh Joy?
Concise and well designed, there will be enough space here for all your favourite farm animals. It will also be a handy way to get close to your farm animals, given that they aren’t free to roam about a massive square of land.
9. Outside Village Decorations
I remember when Mojang first introduced generated villages filled with villagers. The thing that always impressed me the most was how well put together they seemed. They didn’t just seem like a bunch of prepared structures. Those villages had depth and personality.
From gazebos to benches to flowerbeds, there is more than enough here for you to get your teeth stuck into and to fill up an afternoon of beautifying your base!
They may seem simple, but these are some great Minecraft building ideas.
10. Underwater Living Complex
If you have read our list of Ten of the Best Minecraft Base Designs, you will know we are fans of underwater bases.
But you can go a lot further with your underwater construction, too. If you are looking for an intricate building project to get your teeth stuck into, then SheepGG’s tutorial for building a sprawling base complex attached to the bottom of the ocean is one of the best places to start.
It has massive, sprawling glass windows, a beautiful angular design, and enough floor space for all the mod cons. A brand-new underwater house could be just the thing needed to breathe a bit of life back into your Survival world.
11. Nether Base
The Nether Update fundamentally transformed the underworld. The biggest change was that it stopped being that place you go for five minutes and leave.
Now, the Nether is an attractive place to spend a lot of time in-game. So, it just makes sense that some players would opt to build a massive permanent base in the Nether.
It is fitted with everything you’d expect from their overworld counterparts and a few extra defences to deal with all the horrors the nether must throw at you.
One of my favourites out there is GeminiTay’s Ultimate Nether Base, which is so impressive that I’d probably prefer to use it as my main base, ditching my overworld residence entirely.
12. Nether Base in the Overworld
Or, how about the opposite?
The Nether update brought a bunch of new blocks and decorations for building in the underworld. But you can use the same blocks and techniques to build a unique overworld house that will put all others to shame.
This Nether starter house tutorial from TheMythicalSausage looks great and will be a great place to start. But with the Nether blocks unleashed last year, you will be able to come up with some killer ideas for new buildings.
13. A Pig Riding Racetrack
Does anyone remember when riding Pigs was the big thing? Seriously. Before horses and the like, players would find saddles in chests. Then they would place them on pigs, get on, and just be with the pig.
You couldn’t even control the pig very well. It was a lot of fun.
So why not put that old tried and true mechanic to the test with your very own pig racetrack. There are a lot of ways to do it. But for a blast of instant nostalgia, why not try out something like this old video from ZackScottGames?
Just be sure to have enough carrots and sticks handy for every player if you are in multiplayer. If you’re solo, get that stopwatch handy for some time trials action!
Friends, nothing will ever hurt you as much as the passing of your first Minecraft dog. With you through thick and thin, your furry friend will love you, defend you, and fight for you.
Because of that, you would be well served to give your dog the best accommodations possible. This external doghouse tutorial by Yohey the Android is one of my favourites.
If you are looking for something a little more modern, here is an alternative Doghouse tutorial from TSMC – Minecraft.
15. An Altar To Summon Herobrine
You have never heard of Herobrine?! Well, let me take you on a trip to a time affectionately known as 2010.
Minecraft was still young with an exploding fanbase. But then, some hooligan decided to court the nightmares of an entire generation.
Herobrine was apparently a (non-existent) deceased brother of Minecraft’s creator Notch. It is a shadowy secret NPC who is said to haunt Minecraft’s code, appearing randomly in player’s games and causing real-world consequences.
Herobrine isn’t a part of Minecraft. After all, the developers have included ‘Removed Herobrine’ in just about every patch description since the creepypasta first took off. But the rumour also said that the beast can be summoned by building a very specific altar, and it would be a good way to decorate any creepy-themed Minecraft world!
Try it out… if you dare.
16. Minecraft Playground
There are a couple of great decorative features already on this list and a bunch of new ones that are just coming up. But very few of them are functional as well as being decorative.
This isn’t the case with Magma’s working Minecraft playground tutorial, which is one of the coolest things I’ve seen built in Minecraft. Featuring a wooden climbing frame, monkey bars, sandpit, and a slide, this will make a great addition to any Minecraft village or community.
This is one of my favourite Minecraft building ideas on this list.
17. A Massive Windmill
If you have a base built on farmland, your home structure is essentially calling out for an awesome looking windmill to steal the show.
This in-depth tutorial from WalkTheWaffle walks you through every step of the process. From living quarters to suspended pieces that give the illusion that the windmill is spinning, the detail and scale make it one of the most attractive builds I’ve seen in some time.
This is one to try out as you proceed later in the game. It is MASSIVE, too. If you are looking for something similar but a little more subtle, this tutorial from Akila Gaming may help.
18. An Aquarium (With Real Fish!)
I think Minecraft is a lot better since Mojang decided to fill the oceans with innumerable species of fish. From colourful to the mundane, most players will never get a good chance to lay eyes on their new aquatic friends.
So, wouldn’t it be good if players could have a tank full of fish in their homes? That’s exactly what VexelVille’s easy modern aquarium tutorial hopes to achieve. Filled with natural underwater decoration, it can even be constructed in survival mode!
19. Minecraft Carpet Designs
The temptation is always to fill your Minecraft house with a block colour carpet. But, alas, there are a few serious issues that come with that. The first and arguably most important being that it doesn’t look great.
At least, mine looked terrible for the longest time. But then I caught this episode of Build Hacks from YouTuber ReytGood. The video shows off tutorials for putting together 6 unique carpet designs.
Not only can these add a breath of fresh air to your build. They can also make your rooms seem bigger if you’ve been constrained while building.
20. A Bona Fide Minecraft Castle
If you have ever put together a massive house made from wood and stone, chances are you have imagined what it would be like to live inside a bona fide Minecraft castle.
Dream no longer! Why not build your very own intricate Minecraft castle? With a throne room, chest rooms, armoury, and dungeons, this will be the perfect addition to any rustic Minecraft world in the later stages of the game.
Over a couple of instalments, BlueNerd Minecraft has a comprehensive tutorial explaining every step of the Castle construction process.
21. A Flag Pole and Medieval Flag
Ever feel the urge to have a show of patriotism in your Minecraft world? Look for further than this design for a 3D Minecraft flag poll by EB Productions!
It’s a relatively simple design but one that will make a great addition to any wood structure you’ve put together.
22. Minecraft Treehouse
I have seen a lot of people try to build a Minecraft treehouse. Don’t get me wrong, some of them turn out just fine. But by far, the big problem is almost always the same: the tree is too small.
In part, that’s what makes Typface’s Minecraft Treehouse tutorial so impressive. They don’t just build a killer above-ground base with a lookout station and all the necessary amenities. They also build the perfect tree itself, which is both big enough to accommodate the base of the house.
23. Cat Tree
If you have cats at home, I am sure you know that they love to climb. And the same is true in Minecraft, where your housecats will make good use of whatever structure you give them.
If you are looking for a specific structure to give your cats, IceFyre Gaming’s tutorial for a survival-friendly house tree is large and looks great. Give it a try and let us know in the comments how your cats are finding it!
24. A Modernist Masterpiece
Don’t worry if you build wood and stone blocks to reside in. I can’t lie, I often do the same.
Are you looking for new and inventive Minecraft building ideas to survive the night? Why not check out this tutorial from JUNS MAB, demonstrating how a real architect would approach building a fashionable living quarter.
The result is a Modernist masterpiece, the likes of which you have likely seen in the fanciest areas of town.
25. Minecart System
If you are looking for something complex, extremely fun to build, and useful beyond comprehension, look no further than this fully automated Minecart transport system tutorial by Cubey.
From a base departure system, players can launch Minecarts to any location in their world. It can carry either themselves or chests of items, making it extraordinarily useful for transporting building materials from your storage base to your latest build site.
Perhaps the Redstone wiring may be a little complex, but the time investment will certainly be worth it in the long run.
26. Secret Piston Door
If you are looking for a unique way to gain and then conceal access to a secret area in your home, here is a simple idea for an effective 1×2 secret piston door from YouTuber MinecraftTutorials.
In essence, the Redstone contraption simply uses four pistons to create a retractable passageway in any flat wall. This could be a great way to hide a secret chest room, for instance, by carrying around a lever to use as a key.
Best of all, it is incredibly easy to construct and subtle enough not to attract any unwanted attention.
27. Not-so-Secret Piston Door
Subtle and effective is good. But what if, like YouTuber Mumbo Jumbo, you want a large, impressive, overly complex, 6×6 vault-style secret door.
This secret piston door is essentially the opposite: incredibly complex to construct and likely to garner a lot of unwanted attention. It is also quite clunky, so not the fastest secret door for trying to get out of a sticky situation.
However, this is easily cancelled out by just how awesome this thing looks. Larger than almost every automatic Redstone door out there, it implements a spiral design that will have home intruders wondering “what on Earth is this thing?”
It’s just a shame it’s backed up by some quite complex Redstone programming. Just as well Mumbo Jumbo later uploaded a tutorial, showing exactly how to construct it step-by-step. Finally, he also includes a world download. So, you can get up close and personal when working out how everything works.
28. Nether Portal Design
If you want to get the best items in the game (or, for that matter, complete the game), you are going to eventually need a nether portal.
The problem: it can come off looking awful. That’s why you should start to think about unique nether portal designs.
One of my favourites is this one by Random Steve Guy on YouTube. It is reasonably simple, constructed with just stone, wood, and a couple of ornaments, but it is a good way to make the portal fit into your base design, and not as an unsightly novelty.
29. Frog Water Fountain
Houses are something you are going to want in every Minecraft world you play. But the fun doesn’t stop when you’ve got furnishings, four walls and a roof.
Some of the make-or-break elements of a great Minecraft house are what adornments you surround it with. YouTuber BitGarden has a really interesting take on a waterworks set piece: a fantastic looking stone frog that will fit into any pond or lake house you are putting together.
Using some Redstone magic and a couple of daylight sensors, this frog fountain can activate and then deactivate in line with daylight cycles. This grants you a low-effort dynamic statue that looks exceptional, too.
It would look extra awesome if you have one of the Best Anime Minecraft Texture Packs to go with it!
30. Town Square Statue
If frogs aren’t your thing (what is wrong with you?), but you are still interested in a Water Fountain of sorts, why not build one… of yourself?
This awesome tutorial by YouTuber Phelps features quick instructions for three custom fountains. But in my opinion, the coolest is of a featureless Minecraft Steve, posing on one knee, carrying the weight of the world like Atlas.
With only a few minor customisations, you could replicate your custom Minecraft skin. Or you could just keep it just vague enough to maintain plausible deniability. It is not arrogance, it is self-appreciation, and these days that’s hard to come by.
31. Traditional Village Well
If you are tired of using that 2×2 dirt cut-out with a bucket of water on each side to constantly replenish your supplies, why not check out Michael Heist’s guide to building an awesome decorative well?
It’s a very simple design, but one that will fit well with any grasslands home or base set-up. Best of all, he demonstrates a couple of easy ways to mix it up and make it look unique, without the need for a high material investment.
32. Marshland Roofed Bridge
You can’t get wet in Minecraft, so we are no strangers to wading through marshy waters instead of walking around them. But what if I told you there was a way to cross over short stretches of water that is simple and looks amazing?
Look at this tutorial by Typface, which shows us how to put together a shockingly simple roofed bridge. It is made with wood, cobble, and some clever floor placement to look almost as if it required custom textures.
33. Creative and Dynamic Ceiling Lights
You need to light your house. Why? Because if not it will fill up with monsters. Not a pretty sight.
But that doesn’t mean you are limited to torches and glowstone. In fact, in recent updates, your options for lighting have increased exponentially, as evidenced by this awesome Minecraft ceiling lights tutorial from MCram.
If you are looking to learn more about all your options when it comes to Minecraft lighting, why not check out our guide to the Best Minecraft Light Sources You Can Use Anywhere?
Finally, your lighting is going to look infinitely better if you use the Optifine mod. Here’s our guide to Installing Optifine in Minecraft in 2021.
34. Vending Machines, Arcade Cabinets, and More
A big problem I’ve had when filling my Minecraft houses is that I often have a lot of free space and not a lot of cool ideas to fill it with. A fence-and-pressure-plate table and chairs, maybe. But it would be cool to be able to include vending machines, arcade cabinets, kitchen furniture, and more.
Unfortunately, none of them will be functional. But they will still look amazing when you have finished putting together your blocky man cave.
35. Minecraft Television
And speaking of your blocky man cave, what use will it be without your very own television, too?
This tutorial by BlenDigi shows you how to put together any of 6 unique Minecraft TV designs, each looking fantastic and with a size and style that can fit any base design.
36. Minecraft Airport (With Flying Planes)
The Minecraft world is big. It’s even technically infinite! So, when trying to get from A to B, it is no surprise that the citizens of Minecraftia might need to hop on a plane now and then.
Luckily, you will have seen this awesome tutorial by YouTuber HALNY, which shows you how to build a convincing-looking airport with a landing plane still in the sky!
Whether fitting this into a modern Minecraft city or adapting it for something a little more rural, this is a design feature bound to draw attention whenever you are next showing off your Minecraft world.
37. Minecart Roller Coaster
If you ever played Rollercoaster Tycoon or Thrillville back in the day, you would know how much fun it is to build your custom rollercoaster attractions.
It may not seem entirely obvious – after all, the Minecart physics systems aren’t nearly intricate enough for loop-the-loops and barrel rolls – but with a bit of creativity you can easily throw together a killer Minecraft Rollercoaster that will keep you entertained for hours.
It is likely to require a lot of Redstone and tracks. So, it may not be a practical project for newly opened survival worlds. But if you are looking to see what excitement simple Minecart tracks are capable of, check out this demo by YouTuber KudilStyle.
38. Boat Water Slide
Minecarts don’t have the most intuitive physics, though. Instead, many users opt to build something resembling a water slide, a rollercoaster that utilises boats instead of minecarts.
Boats can bounce, jump, climb, accelerate, and decelerate with ease, making them the perfect tool for builders creative enough to bypass their limitations.
For an awesome Boat Water Slide with jumps, lifts, and ramps to inspire your next Minecraft build idea, check out this tutorial from Youtuber Swifters287.
39. Street Lights
When you’ve put together something of a village or a small town, something you need to concern yourself with is outdoor lighting. Luckily, Redstone daylight sensors allow you to build a series of stylish streetlights that turn on automatically whenever it starts to get dark.
As far as stylish streetlight designs go, I like this collection of 8 tutorials from Kenneth. Match it with this tutorial for automating them by iDonPower, and you’ll never have to run Revenge style through the dark again!
40. Minecraft Sphinx
So far, we have had a lot of great decorative ideas for grasslands and forest builds, but very few for those in other, less traditional biomes.
Often, users building in the desert will forego the niceties of design and decoration in favour of a more practical homestead that has everyone you’ll need to brave the harsh nighttime.
But check out this Minecraft Sphinx tutorial by YouTuber Magma. Designed with delicate attention, especially around the face, you can adorn your Sphinx with gold or other sand bricks to add more vanity or texture!
41. Mining Camp
Mining is one of the most enjoyable parts of playing Minecraft. But I’m not afraid to admit that, at times, I can grow a little bit used to it. This is especially true when it comes to designing my mines, where staircases cut in mountains unannounced are the norm.
That is, up until I saw this awesome Mining Camp tutorial from Reimiho, with a crafting station, custom lighting, and even a massive crane to sell the aesthetic!
Usually, mining is something I do in preparation for later stages of the game. But if I planned a mining camp like this for my next few Minecraft projects, I’m not sure I’d ever been out of it!
42. The World’s Smallest Minecraft Houses
A lot of the zanier ideas so far have been gigantic Minecraft houses. But what if you want to build the smallest Minecraft house possible?
A good place to start would be this awesome tutorial for a stylish minimalist home design from Random Steve Guy, which features a truly shocking number of amenities for such a small package.
However, some may even argue this is too big. I’ve seen smaller houses out there, but that will ruin the fun. How small can you make your Minecraft house? Let us know in the comments!
43. Rebuild Your Favourite (Other Game) Maps in Minecraft
When you have been playing Minecraft for a long time, the same temptation will always eventually arise. Do you quit, log out, and switch to another game for a bit?
Well, you could. Or you could bring another game into Minecraft. There are a bunch of awesome examples of FPS maps and platforming levels recreated in Minecraft. But here are two of my favourites to get the inspiration flowing:
Which map or location are you going to recreate? Let us know in the comments below!
44. Custom Parkour Course
Minecraft parkour maps are a mainstay of many online servers and challenge maps but attempting to build your own could be a great addition to your creative or survival world.
Essentially, parkour maps are mid-air platform challenges where players must judge large and small jumps from block to block. In the more difficult maps, blocks are replaced with more unconventional items with unique hitboxes, like cobwebs and fences. It takes a lot more skill than regular Minecraft, so check out our list of the Best Mouse for Minecraft in 2021.
If you are not sure where to start and you would like a refresher on the basics of creating an awesome Parkour map, check out this tutorial by YouTuber Ragon Akashi.
45. Obsidian City in the End
Minecraft doesn’t officially have an end. But when you get as far as defeating the Ender Dragon you get the sense that you should start thinking about making a new Minecraft world.
But stop! Why would you quit before you have made good use of The End? It’s an often neglected but incredibly fertile bit of space to build something truly impressive, and I have some ideas if you don’t know where to start.
By far my favourite is this Minecraft City built exclusively around the End Towers. Best of all, creator Grain has uploaded an entire speedrun of him building it so you can follow along, too!
46. Perform Your Favourite Song with Minecraft Note Blocks
Minecraft note blocks have been a staple of the game for as long as I can remember, dating back to the first ‘Minecraft Note Block Cover’ videos in 2011.
Essentially, note blocks are Redstone powered devices that play a single note when Redstone power is passed through them.
Their tone and sonic qualities can be varied based on which block they are connected to. This allows users to create elaborate performances of any song they can think of.
One of the most impressive is this Note Block Cover of Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up by YouTuber Brui.
If you are looking for a great starting point to what is a complex science, this tutorial series by Amosdoll is easy, accessible, and gets you straight into action.
47. Built Your Very Own Custom Item (Create Your Own Mod)
Okay, hear me out here. Coding your mod, particularly if you are not very tech-savvy, may seem like an incredibly daunting task. But as evidenced by this fantastic tutorial by Suited Llama, it need not be that much of a challenge.
Starting small, you can come to have your custom item in-game in only a few hours and with very rudimental knowledge of Java.
It will be a long shot for most of us, but if you are looking for new ways to build in Minecraft, coding your additions will raise every ceiling in the game.
48. Get Lost in the World of Pixel Art
If you are not familiar with Pixel Art, the concept is quite simple. Users enter a flat creative world, spawn in a bunch of coloured wool, and construct massive 2D structures that – from a distance – look like cartoon character sprites or images.
There are the classics like this Big Chungus from JbrosGaming and this Christmas Baby Yoda from RocketZer0. But lately, users have been going even further. Using every block in the game to put together really complex patterns that, from a distance, look like really detailed (albeit pixelated) images.
To get you started, choose an image and head over to minecraftart.netlify.app. From here, you can upload any image you like and get back a detailed blueprint schematic of how to recreate it in Minecraft blocks.
49. Build Your First Adventure Map
I don’t know about you, but I remember when Adventure Maps were huge. They can be anything from parkour courses to detective simulators and include everything from intricate Redstone programming to programmed command blocks.
The process of building an adventure map involves creating custom skins, writing dialogue, coming up with plotlines, and building expansive spaces for your story to play out. An unconventional Minecraft building idea to be sure, but one I bet many players have never thought about.
Finally, why not play through some of the most popular adventure maps to get started? From challenges, puzzles, to Minecraft RPGs, find them all on minecraftmaps.com.
50. Build an Entire City
At this point, you have seen just about every unique Minecraft building idea I could find. But there is one more I’d like to mention and believe me when I say: it is a whopper.
When it comes to Minecraft Cities built by hand, there were a couple of impressive ones to choose from. But one stood out as the most impressive in the lot, thanks to the immense creativity and commitment the build must have taken to complete.
The Minecraft City by YouTuber The Building Duck is awesome. Featuring everything from expansive skyscrapers to a nuclear power plant, the bricks were lain entirely by hand and by only one builder.
The Building Duck has also uploaded a 100-part time-lapse series of them constructing the entire project. So, feel free to follow along block-by-block… if you dare.
For a build this expansive, you are going to need enough power to prevent your game from degrading. Here’s our guide to allocating more RAM to your Minecraft Server, or our list of the Best White RAM For Your PC in 2021.
50 of the Best Minecraft Building Ideas
So, there we have it! 50 cool things to build in Minecraft the next time you are struck by a bout of builder’s block.
There is an insane range of Minecraft Building Ideas here. But one important thing to remember is that your next Minecraft projects don’t all need to be massive undertakings.
Part of the fun of the game is finding ways to fundamentally change your experience, like spawning in a foreign biome or attempting to thrive in the nether.
Finally, have you heard of Drag Clicking? It’s a great new method for gaining a competitive edge in combat situations. Here is our comprehensive guide to Drag Clicking and our guide to the Best Mouse for Drag Clicking in 2021.