Minecrafter: The Unofficial Guide to Minecraft & Other Building Games

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Triumph Books, Sep 1, 2013 - Games - 112 pages
Minecraft is one of the fastest-growing phenomena in video game history, played by tweens everywhere on their video game consoles, tablets, and even smartphones. Popular with both girls and boys, this “virtual play set” of building blocks lets players create essentially anything they can imagine. With Minecrafter, the unofficial comprehensive guide for this virtual world, beginners, experts, and general enthusiasts of Minecraft will learn how to get more out of their valuable playtime—how to build better structures and cooler worlds and how to cooperate more efficiently in multiplayer mode. This full-color book shares strategy from Minecraft’s top players, examines the creation of many of today’s most impressive worlds, and provides a glimpse at what’s to come in this ever-expanding universe. It also includes a bonus section on other building games, including Lego Universe.
 

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Contents

Introduction
6
the phenomenon
8
getting started
10
nighttime
20
materials
26
inventions
36
mining farming
44
navigating villages structures
54
friends foes
60
example gallery
72
collaborating multiplayer
80
top tips
88
factoids
96
other sandbox games
98
latest update
112
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Triumph Books is a leader in quality and innovation in sports publishing and also publishes pop culture and current events books. They are based in Chicago.

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