Here are a series of tips and tricks from Minecraft for Xbox 360 and that will definitely make the game much easier. As always from Trucoteca we recommend that you try to play without using them to get the most out of the playable experience, although you may be very helpful in obtaining certain Achievements. Be as it is and as always ... you choose.

Unlockable items for your Avatar:

Minecraft clock: Play for 100 cycles day and night. Creeper Cap: Kill a Creeper with arrows. Roasted pork t-shirt: Cook pork.

Get infinite water:

You must have two buckets full of water that comes from a natural resource in the area (a lake, for example). Dig a 2 × 2 plot (that is, four blocks) and empty the water buckets in opposite corners, creating an infinite amount of water.

Unlock profile photos:

Steve: Play Minecraft for 30 minutes. Creeper: Kill many creepers in a row (there is no defined number).

Unlock dashboard theme:

Minecraft has a hidden theme for the Xbox 360 dashboard. If you want to unlock it you must do the following: Play normally and when you see a scenario that you like, pause and press Y to take a screenshot. Upload it to Facebook from the game and at that time the theme will be unlocked for you to change on your dashboard.

Trick: Automated cultivation of melons and pumpkins

In this Video I show you a Tutorial about how to build an automated Melon or Pumpkin Cultivation (Melons or Pumpkins). With infinite uses without maintenance. (This only works for Version 1.1 of Minecraft onwards, previous versions require re-plowing the land). (Trick provided by the ultragamer user).

Mineral Guide:

Minecraft Minerals guide in which we show you where it is located, the location and uses of each material. The materials are coal, iron, lapis lazuli, gold, red stone and diamond. Coal: It is the most common mineral in all Minecraft. We will use it to create torches and as fuel in the oven, as well as to create other basic tools. We can get it with any type of peak and we will find it from layer 128, that is, almost at any time of the game. Iron: A very useful type of mineral, which will help us create good tools and pieces of armor. To extract it we need a stone peak or higher. We will find it from layer 64 (occasionally in layers 65,66 and 67) or, which is the same, starting from sea level down. It is necessary to melt it in the oven. Gold: Despite being the most appreciated mineral in real life, Minecraft is still a rarity. It serves to build tools and armor, as well as different types of technologies (such as watches), but does not last much longer than iron. To extract it we need an iron peak or higher. The gold is found from layer 32 (sometime in layers 33, 34 and 35), so we must have patience and dig deep. It is necessary to melt it in an oven to use it. Lapis Lazuli: It is a type of precious mineral that was added, at least in the PC version, after update 1.2. It can be used in its natural state, without melting it. To extract it we need a stone peak or higher and we find it between layers 23 and 25. There is usually water near the lapis lazuli. Red stone: Another type of mineral that does not need to be molten to use it. We will need an iron peak or higher to get it. We can find it from layer 15 and with it we can create very specific mechanisms that will help us in transportation, for example. It usually has nearby incandescent lava. Diamond: It is the most appreciated mineral and the one that allows us to create the most resistant tools, as well as the best armor. To extract it we need an iron peak or higher. We will find it from layer 12, although it is very rare. It usually grows in a diagonal, so it is convenient to dig well around the first block we find. Be very careful with the lava, that being so close to the lowest level can fall on our heads at any time. It is not necessary to melt it in the oven to use it.

Minecraft theme for Xbox 360

Get a free Minecraft theme to customize the menu of your Xbox Pause the game, press to take a picture of the world and upload it to Facebook. By saving the photo we will unlock a special theme inspired by the visual aspect of Minecraft.

Treasure hidden in the Tutorial

While you play in Tutorial mode in Minecraft, you acquire enough blocks to make a ladder that allows you to reach the Minecraft sign in the sky. Investigate the area between the clouds until you find a chest. Inside this there are some diamond armor.

Water in Nether

If you carry and put water in the Nether, it will obviously evaporate. You can then enter Creative Mode to release that limitation (but you will not be able to unlock achievements). Once you enter Creative Mode, enter the Nether and place a bucket of water on the bar. Now you can wait for the block to melt until it becomes water. This action will take a few minutes that you can accelerate by placing torches or incandescent stones.

Nether portal secret

Start playing under Tutorial mode with the game set to peaceful. Collect enough land to build a ladder that reaches the Minecraft world that is floating in the sky. You will find a lever that, when moved, opens a portal to Nether.

Liquid blocks

If the water or other liquid is flooding the base of the hollow of an elevator you would have built, an exit sign can be placed just outside the bottom of the elevator. While the elevator is properly closed, the sign will prevent liquid (water or lava) from filling the elevator base area.

Break into the void

First, create a rock hole with a peak. Then, place TNT on top of the Bedrock, all the way to layer 127. Blow up the TNT to get a hole in the void. Clean and compress CSS files for an optimized website. Try the free online tool by HTML Cleaner.

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