Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Guide
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- Minecraft, as well as a survival game, can be seen as an artistic canvas. Many players play Minecraft to show their creative side, and construct impressive projects such as buildings, cities, statues, replicas, pixel art, or even mechanical creations using redstone circuitry. It is almost certain that Xbox 360 players out there will want to build their own masterpieces. After all, the endless creative possibilities are one of the reasons why Minecraft is so popular today.
- Although you may already have an idea of what you want to build, getting started may not be that easy. You have to worry about biomes, mobs, and limited resources that will surely affect the way you construct your project. Since Creative mode is not yet ready for the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft, you will have to improvise. You will want to avoid creepers, or other mobs, that may destroy your creations at night. To do this, simply change the difficulty to peaceful. While on this difficulty, hostile mobs will not spawn. However, you still have to worry about resources and biomes. You will want to build your creation in a place where the biome will not affect your project. For example, while building it in the tundra, your project may become covered in a layer of snow which can be difficult to remove. Before starting your project, carefully consider the traits of each biome and decide where you want to build. Limited resources will definitely be a problem at first. In the middle of building your project, you may run out of blocks to use. You will want to have materials stockpiled so you can continue to build without stopping. Rare materials, such as diamond, may be more difficult to find than common materials such as stone, so it is not recommended to use vast amounts of rare resources. You can keep your materials neatly organized by using chests for storage.