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Minecraft Cheats for Xbox

No more hacking wood. Now, hacking the game.

Minecraft is a game about exploring and building, and it’s a great way to express yourself, so having the appropriate cheats, tips, and secret tactics at your disposal may be really beneficial. Minecraft cheats can let you place whatever block you desire, produce hostile monsters and friendly creatures, gain free and powerful gear, and even generate free resources in survival mode.

Using the Portal

If you bake a cake for the first time in Minecraft, you will receive the achievement ‘The Lie,’ which is a reference to Valve’s ‘Portal’ series, in which a recurring theme is a cake to be given to you at the end of the game, as well as writing on the walls in some secret alcoves saying ‘The cake is a lie.’ many times.

HIM Easter Egg

Look closely if it’s hazy outside. If you’re lucky, you might come across a person with default skin but white eyes, called ‘Herobrine,’ or just HIM, by Notch. You might even find him in the Pocket Edition of Minecraft (which is the most unlikely thing you can think of) (the only mob).

Keep your distance from the edge

The Crouch button determines whether or not you crouch. If you try to walk away while crouched, your character will stick to an edge. When you do this, you just cannot fall.

How to Get the ‘The End’ Achievement

Make sure you have some Ender’s Eyes beforehand. Then look for a stronghold and a teleporter. The gateway will be activated once the eyes are in place. Make sure you have a Diamond sword and at least 100 arrows in your bow. Tall Obsidian towers will greet you when you teleport there. Go on top of them and destroy everything that looks like a pearl. These restore the dragon’s health, and eliminating them is half the battle. Then use your bow and arrow to wreak havoc on the dragon. He will soar up and explode if you defeat him. A teleporter will appear, which you can use to watch the credits and return to your world.

Nether Bed Bomb

A bed is a strong weapon in the Nether. Place a bed on the ground and try to make use of it. It will result in a massive explosion.

Build a Snowman

In Minecraft, have you ever wished to see a snowman?

You certainly can! Snow Golems are the name for these monsters. Also known as “Snowmen.” Here’s how to make one quickly.

  1. If you only have one pumpkin and two snow blocks, place one snow block anywhere and top it with another.
  2.  After the two snow blocks have been placed, place the pumpkin on top.
  3. After that, you’ve created a Snow Golem/Snowman.

Breakthrough to the Void

To begin, use a pickaxe to make a hole in the bedrock (You may need about 2 for this). Then, all the way up to Layer 127, place TNT on top of the bedrock. You’ve created a hole in the Void by exploding the TNT.

Enderman Killing Made Simple

Endermen have grown more available/common with patch 1.8+, and they drop Ender Pearls, which may have a future purpose (none except mods now!). Simply draw their attention (by placing crosshairs on them) and lead them into shallow water. Water, as well as the sun, kills Endermen!

Quick House

You got all of your goods on day one, but you don’t have time to build a house? Take a door (3 X 2 blocks of wood), dig a small tunnel into the mountain, and install the door in such a way that monsters cannot enter.

All that’s left to do now is extend and decorate (if that’s your thing.) From here, you can even create a simple mine!

It doesn’t look as great, but it’s less expensive in terms of materials such as wood!

Samus’ Helmet from Metroid

Your HUD will transform into the HUD of Metroid’s galactic bounty hunter Samus Aran if you put a pumpkin in the helmet part of your armor (you will not receive any missiles).

Infinite Water Supply

There are a number of reasons why you’ll want a Bucket of Water on your hands (fire, constructing, farming, annoying pals, making a moat, etc.), but running down to the beach every time you want some can grow annoying. You can have a little, endlessly full pool of water anywhere you want it if you follow this brief guide.

You’ll need an Iron Bucket as well as the capacity to dig a little further into the ground.

  1. Dig a 1 square deep 2 by 2 hole in the ground.
  2. Fill your bucket(s) with water from a lake or the ocean. Because you only need two deposits, it’s best to bring two buckets.
  3.  Return to your starting point with the water and pour 1 bucket into each corner of the square in the ground.

You should have a still 2 by 2 pool of water if everything is done correctly. When you use a bucket on one of the squares, the others refill it until it’s completely full.

Ry’s simplified version: You’ll need two water buckets. Now dig a STRAIGHT line with three holes, as seen below: Make this “===” if “=” equals a line. Dig three holes STRAIGHT, then put one water bucket at each end, then get the water from the middle, and the water well will keep recharging, resulting in an infinite supply of water.

Also read: Minecraft’s best shared packs, reviewed

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Santiago is a humble gamer from Peru who brings in the much needed breathing space amid all the hardware talk here at Spearblade. We liked his blog so much that we had to onboard him. You'll find Santiago publishing game-related articles.

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