Food is one of Minecraft’s core components. A player couldn’t mine, build, or gather anything without it. Minecraft food can determine how quickly a player heals, and whether or not they can sprint. In order to survive, a player will want to gather as much food as they can, as fast as they can, in any new Minecraft world, and will want to create a steady supply of it. However, the question remains: which Minecraft food do you need, and what’s the best option for your chosen adventure?
An often seen question on both Youtube (home of many awesome Minecraft videos) as well as the official Minecraft forums is: “How do they do that?“. So in this post I’ll be showing you some rough examples on how you can combine Minecraft with computer graphic imagery (CGI). Do note that I won’t be doing any actual animation because that would make this post way too complex. I’m merely going to show you guys some basic examples of how it can be set up with Minecraft scenery.
Within the marvelous world of multiplayer Minecraft, you are on your favorite Minecraft server. The staff members are on, the flowers are blooming, and you are outside of your house. You decide to walk to a nearby market and buy some flowers. Your lovely dog is following you into the market full of signs and item frames. The dog sees you buy more flowers for your new Minecraft house you just created. While you are walking out of the market, you hear an explosion. You start to run to your newly built house when suddenly.. it is too late.
Your house was griefed with TNT.