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Minecraft  :  Blockopedia free pdf Discover everything you ever wanted to know about the amazing blocks of Minecraft in this mega-oversized Blockopedia that comes in a ground-breaking new hexagonal format

Presented in a ground-breaking format - a hexagonal book - Blockopedia contains everything you need to know to make the most of the blocks that make up the Minecraft world. It's a beautiful and comprehensive reference tool for beginners and more experienced players alike.

Written by Alex Wiltshire, former editor of Edge Magazine and expert gamer, Blockopedia is fully illustrated and packed with essential information about each Minecraft block. Encyclopedic in its approach, each block is featured with a general overview of its properties, as well as little-known trivia and expert advice on what to do with it. From basic plants and ores to enchantment tables and End stone, you'll find every single block in here, including information on the new blocks released in the eagerly anticipated 1.8 game update."

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Author : Alex Wiltshire
Publisher : Scholastic Inc.
Data Published : February 2015
ISBN : 9780545820110
EAN : 9781313927147
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 312 pages
Age + : Ages 8-12 years
Language : English
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