We filled you in with the first set of 90 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft in parts one through 10, and now we have finally returned with part 11! 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 final coming article, part 12, where we reveal the final remaining top eight most fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!
Number Seventeen: Milking the Cow
All cows in the Minecraft have the ability to give milk when, well, milked. If you haven’t yet figured this out, this means that all of the Minecraft cows are girls.
Number Sixteen: Blocks and Chunks
When creating a chunk in the game, it takes quite a large sum of blocks to compose the structure. Every chunk in the game is about 65,000 blocks, although most of these are composed of air.
Number Fifteen: Damage Stats
You may assume that a diamond sword is the most effective weapon available in the game, but this isn’t always true. In fact, if your bow is fully charged, it will inflict more damage than the prized sword.
Number Fourteen: Minecraft Diamonds
In every chunk in the game, approximately three of the blocks will be made of diamond ore. This means that your chances of finding a diamond ore block within a chunk are about three in 65,000.
Number Thirteen: Exploding Creepers
If you are desperate to destroy a threatening creeper, try making them explode. To do this, all you need to do is use flint and steel against them.
Number Twelve: Sword Block
When your player is under attack, it is greatly advantageous to block with your sword. When you use the sword to block, the damage received is reduced by 50%.
Number Eleven: Diamond Armor
When you are facing the notorious Enderdragon, a set of diamond armor will be your greatest tool in defeating the beast. When wearing the diamond armor, the Enderdragon’s attacks are repelled.
Number Ten: Sheep Wool
Like many of the splash potions, the splash potion of invisibility can have reverse effects when used at the right time. If a sheep’s wool is hidden, it can be revealed by using the splash potion of invisibility.
Number Nine: More Uses for the Potion
Additionally, using this potion on a dog’s collar will reveal its color as well. Stay tuned for our final coming article, part 12, where we reveal the final remaining top eight most fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!