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All blocks as of 1.6.4.

Blocks are the basic units of structure in Minecraft, and are essential to the gameplay. Together, they build up the in-game environment, and can be mined and utilized in various fashions. There are one hundred and fifty three different blocks as of version 1.7.8 (The latest version).

The face of a block is 16×16 pixels by default, but a player can implement a resource pack in order to make the game more detailed, with faces becoming 32x32, 64x64, 128x128, 256x256, 512x512, or (rarely) 768x768, 1024x1024 and 2048x2048 pixels. No matter what the resource pack, however, each block is proportionately one cubic meter.[1] Most blocks are static, although water, lava, portal, and fire blocks have a shifting pattern for each face.

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[edit] World-generated blocks

Entries marked with a D require additional data values to fully define the block in the world.
Entries marked with an I have a different ID as an inventory item.
Entries marked with a B require additional inventory data to fully define the inventory item.
Entries marked with a T have tile entities associated with them to store additional data.
Items with IDs in red cannot be legitimately obtained by the player in the game; they can only be obtained by using inventory editors or the /give command.
Items with IDs in light blue can never be obtained no matter what.
Items available only in Creative mode are in blue.
Items only obtainable through the Silk Touch enchantment in survival mode are in green.

[edit] The Overworld

[edit] Naturally generated

"Naturally generated" includes blocks that are created through the world seed.

Icon Id Block type
00 Air
Stone.png 01 Stone
Grass.png 02 Grass Block
Dirt.png 03 Dirt
Bedrock.png 07 Bedrock
Water.png 08 Water D
Lava.png 10 Lava D
Sand.png 12 Sand
Gravel.png 13 Gravel
Gold (Ore).png 14 Gold Ore
Iron (Ore).png 15 Iron Ore
Coal (Ore).png 16 Coal Ore
Wood.png 17 Wood D B
Leaves.png 18 Leaves D B
Lapis Lazuli (Ore).png 21 Lapis Lazuli Ore
Sandstone.png 24 Sandstone
Tall Grass.png 31 Grass D B
Grid Dead Bush.png 32 Dead Bush
Dandelion.png 37 Dandelion
Poppy.png 38 Poppy
Brown Mushroom.png 39 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 Red Mushroom
Diamond (Ore).png 56 Diamond Ore
Icon Id Block type
Redstone (Ore).png 73 Redstone Ore
Snow.png 78 Snow
Ice.png 79 Ice
Snow (Block).png 80 Snow (block)
Cactus.png 81 Cactus D
Clay (Block).png 82 Clay Block
Sugar Canes.png 83 Sugar Cane D I
Pumpkin.png 86 Pumpkin D
BrownMushroomCap.png 99 Huge Brown Mushroom D
RedMushroomCap.png 100 Huge Red Mushroom D
Melon (Block).png 103 Melon
Vine.png 106 Vines D
Mycelium.png 110 Mycelium
Lily Pad.png 111 Lily Pad
Cocoa Plant.png 127 Cocoa
Emerald Ore2.png 129 Emerald Ore
White Stained Clay.png 159 Stained Clay
Leaves.png 161 Leaves (Acacia/Dark Oak) D B
Acacia Wood.png 162 Wood (Acacia/Dark Oak) D B
White Stained Clay.png 162 Stained Clay
Hardened Clay.png 172 Hardened Clay
Packed Ice.png 174 Packed Ice

[edit] Naturally created

"Naturally created" means a combination of events that caused a new block to be placed by natural causes, not the player.

Icon Id Block type
00 Air
Stone.png 01 Stone
Grass.png 02 Grass
Dirt.png 03 Dirt
Cobblestone.png 04 Cobblestone
Water.png 08 Water D
Brown Mushroom.png 39 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 Red Mushroom
Icon Id Block type
Obsidian.png 49 Obsidian
Fire.png 51 Fire D
Snow.png 78 Snow
Ice.png 79 Ice
Cactus.png 81 Cactus D
Sugar Canes.png 83 Sugar Cane D I
Vine.png 106 Vines D
Mycelium.png 110 Mycelium

[edit] Structures

Same as "naturally generated", but these blocks are created with the "generate structures" option enabled.

Icon Id Block type
00 Air
Cobblestone.png 04 Cobblestone
Oak Wood Planks.png 05 Wooden Plank
Water.png 08 Water D
Lava.png 10 Lava D
Gravel.png 13 Gravel
Wood.png 17 Wood D B
Dispenser.png 23 Dispenser D T
Sandstone.png 24 Sandstone
Sticky Piston.png 29 Sticky Piston D
WebBlock.png 30 Cobweb
Grid Black Wool.png 35 Wool (Black, Blue, Orange) D B
Stone Slab.png 44 Slabs D B
TNT.png 46 TNT
Bookshelf.png 47 Bookshelf
Moss Stone.png 48 Moss Stone
Torch.png 50 Torch D
Monster Spawner.png 52 Monster Spawner T
Wooden Stairs.png 53 Wooden Stairs D
Chest.png 54 Chest D T
Redstone (Wire,Inventory).png 55 Redstone Wire D I
Crafting Table.png 58 Crafting Table
Crops.png 59 Wheat D
Farmland.png 60 Farmland D
Furnace.png 61 Furnace D T
Icon Id Block type
Wooden Door.png 64 Wooden Door D I
Ladders.png 65 Ladders D
Rails.png 66 Rails D
Cobblestone Stairs.png 67 Stone Stairs
Lever.png 69 Lever D
Stone Pressure Plate.png 70 Stone Pressure Plate D
Iron Door.png 71 Iron Door D I
Wooden Pressure Plate.png 72 Wooden Pressure Plate D
Stone Button.png 77 Button D
Fence.png 85 Fence
Redstone (Repeater, Inactive).png 93 Redstone Repeater D I
Stone.png 97 Monster Egg D
Stone Brick.png 98 Stone Bricks D B
Iron Bars.png 101 Iron Bars
Glass Pane.png 102 Glass Pane
Cauldron.png 118 Cauldron D I
End Portal Frame.png 120 End Portal block
Sandstone Stairs.png 128 Sandstone Stairs D
Tripwire Hook.png 131 Tripwire Hook D
Tripwire.png 132 Tripwire D I
Flower Pot.png 140 Flower Pot D I
Carrot (Block).png 141 Carrots D
Potatoes (Block).png 142 Potatoes D

[edit] The Nether

[edit] Naturally generated

Icon Id Block type
00 Air
Bedrock.png 07 Bedrock
Lava.png 10 Lava D
Gravel.png 13 Gravel
Brown Mushroom.png 39 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 Red Mushroom
Fire.png 51 Fire D
Netherrack.png 87 Netherrack
Soul Sand.png 88 Soul Sand
Glowstone (Block).png 89 Glowstone
Nether Quartz Ore.png 153 Nether Quartz Ore

[edit] Naturally created

Icon Id Block type
00 Air
Brown Mushroom.png 39 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 Red Mushroom
Obsidian.png 49 Obsidian
Fire.png 51 Fire D
Portal.png 90 Portal

[edit] Structures

These blocks are generated as part of Nether fortresses. Even if the "Generate Structures" option is turned off, Nether fortresses are still created.

Icon Id Block type
00 Air
Lava.png 10 Lava D
Monster Spawner.png 52 Monster Spawner T
Chest.png 54 Chest
Soul Sand.png 88 Soul Sand
Nether Brick.png 112 Nether Brick
Nether Brick Fence.png 113 Nether Brick Fence
Nether Brick Stairs.png 114 Nether Brick Stairs D
Nether Wart.png 115 Nether Wart D

[edit] The End

[edit] Naturally generated

Icon Id Block type
00 Air
Bedrock.png 07 Bedrock
Obsidian.png 49 Obsidian
End Stone.png 121 End Stone

[edit] Naturally created

Icon Id Block type
Bedrock.png 07 Bedrock
Torch.png 50 Torch
End Portal.png 119 End Portal
Dragon Egg.png 122 Dragon Egg

[edit] Block height

[edit] Video

[edit] History

Classic
0.27 SURVIVAL TEST The player began with 10 TNT blocks and could obtain dirt, cobblestone from stone, wooden planks from wood, gold blocks from gold ore, iron blocks from iron ore, stone slabs from coal ore, and white wool from sheep.
0.28 The player could build with naturally occurring blocks (except for Redstone and diamond), and can use bookshelf, sponge, colored wool, brick, obsidian and moss stone. Operators of servers could also build Bedrock. Some custom servers gave the ability to place grass and fluid blocks, too.
Pocket Edition Alpha
Pre-release Added exclusive camera and cyan flower.
0.5.0 Added exclusive Nether Reactor and Glowing Obsidian.
0.6.0 Added exclusive Stonecutter.

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