Minecraft Blockopedia : An Official Minecraft Book from Mojang
Minecraft Blockopedia is your indispensable guide to the very stuff of Minecraft: the blocks!
Minecraft can be an overwhelming place in which to first set foot, but with this book you'll always know what's around you, in the air, under your feet, and at your virtual fingertips. Every single block is featured with its location, function, and behaviour. Blockopedia is grouped into helpful sections by type of block: naturally generated, ores and minerals, plants, and liquids and gases. In addition to their properties, you'll get all the stats on blast resistance, transparency, light emittance, and block drops. You'll also discover the secrets of each block and informative facts about how they behave. Basic blocks such as dirt, grass, and cobblestone are found in abundance in the Overworld. But for the rarer variety, such as the Monster Spawner, it will mean a trip into the Nether dimension.
Beautifully presented in hexagonal block form in a stylish box: this is the ultimate gift for both the experienced minecrafter and the novice. For ages nine and upwards.
With Minecraft Blockopedia you'll survive better, live happier, and build stronger.
Be sure to look out for the rest of the Minecraft series: Minecraft Beginner's Handbook, Minecraft Construction Handbook, Minecraft Combat Handbook and Minecraft Redstone Handbook.
- Hardback | 312 pages
- 265 x 292 x 37mm | 1,472g
- 27 Sep 2016
- Egmont UK Ltd
- Egmont Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- UK ed.
- illustrations (colour)
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About Mojang AB
The alpha version of Minecraft was launched in 2009, and the official game went on sale in 2011. Since then over 100 million copies have been sold, across multiple platforms. It is now the second best-selling video game of all time.
In 2014, Mojang was bought by Microsoft. The acquisition hasn't changed much about the company - they still release and support games on multiple platforms, including iOS, Playstation and many more, as well as Windows and Xbox. Mojang plan to keep their independent spirit and continue to treat their community with the respect and honesty it deserves.