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May 21 2017

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Minecraft Blocks

Minecraft Blocks Behavior

Collectively, solid blocks and blocks that are liquid build up the in-game surroundings and can be harvested and utilized in various fashions. Some blocks, including soil and sandstone, are opaque, while other blocks, including glass and ice, are transparent.

Some blocks, for example torches and glowstone, will emit light. The quantity of light they emit varies broadly; see this table of light values for more info. While crystalline blocks either have no influence on light or purely diffuse it most opaque blocks will completely block light.

Almost all blocks will ignore gravity, with all the exclusion of anvils, red sand, gravel, sand, dragon eggs, concrete powder and, in Pocket Edition, layer snow.

Block Height

Most solid blocks are 1 meter high, but specific blocks (particularly slabs and stairs) have nonstandard block heights.

A player can automatically step up from a lower to a higher height in the event the difference is at most 0.6 (3⁄5) of a block.

Minecraft Block Feels

Their shape could be altered using versions, although most blocks are one cubic meter by default. Most blocks also have static textures, prismarine, though water, lava, Nether portal site, End portal, End gateway, fire, sea lantern, command block, and magma blocks are animated.

The player can alter resolution and the textures of blocks, including whether their texture is animated. They are able to also alter the shapes of blocks though sizes that are a power of two have a tendency to work better, using models and also the size of blocks to any size with identical width and height.

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