The official Minecraft Survivors’ Book of Secrets from Mojang is brimming with tips and tactics that NO other book can give you! Who better to ask for Minecraft secrets than the Survivors? These underground experts have been around since the days of Alpha. What they have to tell you will revolutionise your gameplay, introducing new strategies for crafting, combatting, and surviving.
Did you know that if you shoot your enemy with a spectral arrow they’ll be outlined in a glow so you’ll be able to track them?
Did you know that you can build enemy traps with sand?
Did you know that you can tame wolves to chase away skeletons?
Did you know zombies can break through wooden doors but not iron ones?
Written by the Chief – the leader of the group – this book contains their most cunning plans and their most ingenious inventions. After discovering their secrets you’ll be up and running with smart new ways of defeating hostile mobs and enemy players, building the ultimate defence system against all mobs, and crushing your opponents in hand-to-hand combat. The Chief also shares little-known tips for how to thrive in the Nether and End, and, once you’re really confident, how to attempt a speed run to the End dimension.
This is the definitive guide to Minecraft secrets from the experts who’ve lived to tell the tale. Study it carefully and you might just manage to stay alive as long as they have.
Be sure to look out for the rest of the Minecraft books in this official series.
Minecraft Exploded Builds: Medieval Fortress
Minecraft Beginner’s Handbook
Minecraft Construction Handbook
Minecraft Combat Handbook
Minecraft Redstone Handbook
Minecraft is a multi-platform block-based gaming sensation available on Xbox, PlayStation, PC and mobile devices. Whether you’re in Creative, Survival or Hardcore Mode, the Minecraft books contain all the advice you need to survive and thrive.
Mojang is the Swedish video game developer that introduced the world to Minecraft, the gaming sensation built upon blocks. Markus ‘Notch’ Persson founded the company so that he could give up his day job and go into full-time Creative Mode with his best friend Carl Manneh. The alpha version of Minecraft was launched in 2009, and the official game went on sale in 2011.