The Ultimate Unofficial Encyclopedia for Minecrafters
An A - Z Book of Tips and Tricks the Official Guides Don't Teach You
- 176 Pages
- June 16, 2015
- ISBN: 9781634506984
- Trim Size: 8in x 10in
By New York Times bestselling author and Minecraft expert, Megan Miller, a full-color book full of practical advice that boys and girls will refer to again and again!
Minecraft is the one game that children, parents, and teaches all agree on. It’s great fun and a wonderful teaching tool. The Ultimate Unofficial Encyclopedia for Minecrafters reveals expert tricks of the trade for gamers. This exciting book will cover everything players need to know about mining, farming, building, villagers, the Nether, and more! Young gamers will be surprised at how quickly they can learn hundreds of new tricks and tips!
Want to know where you’ll find the most diamonds or how to protect your villagers at night? This A–Z reference is a quick guide to all the tips you want to know, including:
- How to spawn and kill the Wither boss
- How to rescue a baby zombie villager
- How to make a portal without a diamond pickaxe
- How to make a secret passageway using paintings
A big book of players’ hacks organized in an easy-to-reference encyclopedia format, this book will show readers the ins and outs of the game, how to survive and thrive, and various mods that can improve play. The book is illustrated in full-color throughout, making it easy for new and experienced Minecrafters to build, fight, protect, and survive in their creative worlds.
This is a great, unparalleled guide especially for readers who love the fight of good vs. evil, magical academies like Hogwarts in the Harry Potter saga and games like Terraria and Pokemon GO, ideal for both the young newcomer and the seasoned player. From abandoned mineshafts to mini-games, mods, and zombie sieges,
“Our Minecraft ’expert’ immediately learned something new! Very exciting for him!”
“The writing is solid and gives you a good understanding of each topic.”
“My husband and I love that it encourages his imagination but also propels him to want to read and learn from books rather than just watching YouTube. I highly recommend this book as a way for parents to engage in an activity with their kiddos if they enjoy Minecraft. I was oblivious (I'm embarrassed to admit that) as to the intricacies of Minecraft and what the imagination of a little boy is capable of. Pretty amazing!”