We filled you in with the first set of 27 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft in parts one through three, and now we have finally returned with part four! 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 five through 12, where we reveal the remaining top 71 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!
Number Eighty: Minecraft Flow Pattern
When dealing with lava and water, they always flow in a fixed direction. You have probably already assumed this with basic logic, but the flow will go towards the nearest hole.
Number Seventy-Nine: Zombie Pigmen
If you are unlucky enough to have to battle a zombie pigman, don’t even bother trying to take it down with fire. The unique beasts will not receive any damage whatsoever from fire-based attacks, or even lava.
Number Seventy-Eight: Egg Attacks
If you are trying to irk the nearest spider, launching an egg at the oversized arachnid simply won’t do the trick, guys. When the spider sees the egg coming at him, he remains neutral towards the “attack”.
Number Seventy-Seven: Thunderstorm Daydreams
Don’t feel like dealing with the chaos of a thunderstorm? Find a bed, and just sleep it off instead. Even if it is daytime, you can nap away the outside threat.
Number Seventy-Six: Wolves vs. Creepers
When it comes to battling a creeper, wolves are by far the worst ally. The beasts are actually afraid of the creepers, and will refuse to attack.
Number Seventy-Five: Hitting the Enderman
It can be difficult to attack an Enderman with a projectile, but the feat is actually quite possible with the right planning. As long as the Enderman lacks another location to teleport to, the launch attack will hit him.
Number Seventy-Four: Battling in the Dark
When navigating the darker venues of the game, magma cubes and blazes may actually be of help. These two creatures will glow in the dark, and light the way.
Number Seventy-Three: Playing with Slabs
If you want to use a slab to the best of its abilities, keep in mind that it won’t actually cut your redstone circuit. They will, however, support redstone dust.
Number Seventy-Two: Solace for the Dead
Even in the daytime, zombies and skeletons can still be a threat. If they are standing on soul sand, the sun won’t burn them. Stay tuned for our coming articles, parts five through 12, where we reveal the remaining top 71 fascinating facts that every gamer should know about Minecraft!