We filled you in with the first set of 54 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft in parts one through six, and now we have finally returned with part seven! This computer-based digital fantasy world has been reaching record levels of popularity since its release in only 2011, and we are here to give you the full scoop on everything there is to know! Read on to discover our next set of nine facts! Stay tuned for our coming articles, parts eight through 12, where we reveal the remaining top 44 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!
Number Fifty-Three: The Dangers of a New Moon
When the moon is new in Minecraft, you should be especially wary of the Endermen. On these nights, it is much easier for them to spawn, making them a larger threat.
Number Fifty-Two: The Rarest Item
Diamonds may seem like an alluring prize to obtain in the game, but oddly enough they are not the rarest resource. As weird as it seems, pumpkins are more difficult to come by.
Number Fifty-One: The Repairman Bonus
If you are in need of a bonus within the game, attaining it can be easier than you might expect. By simply repairing two items, you can receive a bonus of 10%.
Number Fifty: Minecart Obstacles
If you need to bring a minecart to a halt in the game, it can be as simple as dropping an item. By dropping any items on the tracks, a minecart will be forced to stop for it.
Number Forty-Nine: A Rare Minecraft Appearance
The more you play Minecraft, the better your chances are at seeing one of the rarest occurrences in the game. Every time you log in, there is a one in 10,000 chance that a caption will pop up over the game title that reads “Never Dig Down!”
Number Forty-Eight: Ice Doors
If you are in need of a door on ice, you will simply have to do without. In Minecraft, it is impossible to place a door on a base of ice.
Number Forty-Seven: Breaking the Glass to a New Day
Breaking a glass window may produce a few odd effects. Even in the event of a cloudy day, the sky behind smashed glass will become a clear blue.
Number Forty-Six: Outsmarting the Enderdragon
If you have been unlucky enough to be faced with the Enderdragon, your chests have become in danger of being destroyed. To protect them, try placing them inside a storage minecart. The beast can demolish chests, but not storage minecarts.
Number Forty-Five: Reverse Effects
When using a splash potion of harming, try not to target a skeleton or zombie with the weapon. If these creatures encounter the potion, they will actually be healed rather than harmed. Stay tuned for our coming articles, parts eight through 12, where we reveal the remaining top 44 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!