Minecraft developer Mojang wants to celebrate this year by taking a look at what builders create. Another thing the studio probably wants to celebrate is the release of version 1.9, which is the second of the Village and Pillage updates. The latest update saw the introduction of pandas, bamboo, new cats and scaffolding.
What are Mojang’s plans?
It seems that the company is planning to feature its favorite creations on its website, at Minecraft.net. The website is definitely in need of a new change, especially since a new year has begun and we can still see screenshots from last year being used. So if you are a dedicated Minecraft player and you would like to prove to the world what kind of skills you have and how well you can build something, then this is your chance.
Here’s what you need to know about how to use the new items effectively
It looks like the developers are giving a few tips for fans who want to get involved in this and would like to get accustomed to the new items. So here’s what you have to know.
The new scaffolding blocks are somehow like elevators, except for the fact that they are natural and better for the environment, which is a great thing. The blocks allow players to move up and down high structures without having the risk of falling. What’s also good about them is that if you don’t need them anymore, you can just break them at the bottom and the ones at the top will then fall down.
When it comes to bamboo, which is the favorite food and hiding place of pandas, it can clearly be a wonderful plant for players’ gardens, as long as they know how to handle it, since it’s growing extremely fast. Bamboo is certainly useful when preparing food and it can also look nice when combined with flowers.
Also, it appears that the developers are encouraging players to use block from the previous version, such as coral block and dried kelp.
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