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Types of blocks as of 1.0.0.

Blocks are the basic units in Minecraft, and are integral to the gameplay. Together, they build up the in-game environment, and can be mined and utilized in various fashions.

The face of a block is 16×16 pixels, and 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 a Minecraft 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 "hacking" (Such as using an inventory editor) or, in multiplayer servers, using the /give command. 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 Dec Hex Block type
00 00 Air
Stone.png 01 01 Stone
Grass.png 02 02 Grass Block
Dirt.png 03 03 Dirt
Bedrock.png 07 07 Bedrock
Water.png 08 08 Water D
Lava.png 10 0A Lava D
Sand.png 12 0C Sand
Gravel.png 13 0D Gravel
Gold Ore.png 14 0E Gold Ore
Iron Ore.png 15 0F Iron Ore
Coal Ore.png 16 10 Coal Ore
Wood.png 17 11 Wood D B
Leaves.png 18 12 Leaves D B
Lapis Lazuli Ore.png 21 15 Lapis Lazuli Ore
Sandstone.png 24 18 Sandstone
Tall Grass.png 31 1F Grass D B
Grid Dead Bush.png 32 20 Dead Bush
Icon Dec Hex Block type
Dandelion.png 37 25 Dandelion
Rose.png 38 26 Rose
Brown Mushroom.png 39 27 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 28 Red Mushroom
Diamond Ore.png 56 38 Diamond Ore
Redstone Ore.png 73 49 Redstone Ore
Snow.png 78 4E snow
Ice.png 79 4F Ice
Cactus.png 81 51 Cactus D
Clay Block.png 82 52 Clay Block
Sugar Canes.png 83 53 Sugar Cane D I
Pumpkin.png 86 56 Pumpkin D
BrownMushroomCap.png 99 63 Huge Brown Mushroom D
RedMushroomCap.png 100 64 Huge Red Mushroom D
Vine.png 106 6A Vines D
Mycelium.png 110 6E Mycelium
Lily Pad.png 111 6F Lily Pad
End Portal Frame.png 120 78 End Portal block

[edit] Naturally Created

Naturally Created means a combination of an event that cause a new block to be placed by natural causes, not the player.

Icon Dec Hex Block type
00 00 Air
Stone.png 01 01 Stone
Grass.png 02 02 Grass
Dirt.png 03 03 Dirt
Cobblestone.png 04 04 Cobblestone
Water.png 09 09 Stationary water D
Tall Grass.png 31 1F Tall Grass D B
Brown Mushroom.png 39 27 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 28 Red Mushroom
Obsidian.png 49 31 Obsidian
Icon Dec Hex Block type
Dandelion.png 37 25 Dandelion
Rose.png 38 26 Rose
Fire.png 51 33 Fire D
Snow.png 78 4E snow
Ice.png 79 4F Ice
Cactus.png 81 51 Cactus D
Sugar Canes.png 83 53 Sugar Cane D I
Vine.png 106 6A Vines D
Mycelium.png 110 6E Mycelium
Redstone Ore.png 74 4A Redstone Ore

[edit] Structures

Same as Naturally Generated, but these blocks are only created with the "Generate Structures" option enabled.

Icon Dec Hex Block type
Cobblestone.png 04 04 Cobblestone
Oak Wood Planks.png 05 05 Wooden Plank
Water.png 09 09 Stationary Water D
Lava.png 11 0B Stationary Lava D
Gravel.png 13 0D Gravel
Wood.png 17 11 Wood D B
WebBlock.png 30 1E Cobweb
Grid Black Wool.png 35 23 Wool (Black) D B
Stone Slab.png 44 2C Slabs D B
Bookshelf.png 47 2F Bookshelf
Moss Stone.png 48 30 Moss Stone
Torch.png 50 32 Torch D
Monster Spawner.png 52 34 Monster Spawner T
Wooden Stairs.png 53 35 Wooden Stairs D
Chest.png 54 36 Chest D T
Crafting Table.png 58 3A Crafting Table
Icon Dec Hex Block type
Crops.png 59 3B Seeds D
Farmland.png 60 3C Farmland D
Furnace.png 61 3D Furnace D T
Wooden Door.png 64 40 Wooden Door D I
Ladders.png 65 41 Ladders D
Rails.png 66 42 Rails D
Cobblestone Stairs.png 67 43 Stone Stairs
Iron Door.png 71 47 Iron Door D I
Wooden Pressure Plate.png 72 48 Wooden Pressure Plate D
Stone Button.png 77 4D Button D
Fence.png 85 55 Fence
Stone.png 97 61 Hidden Silverfish D
Stone Brick.png 98 62 Stone Bricks D B
Iron Bars.png 101 65 Iron Bars
Glass Pane.png 102 66 Glass Pane

[edit] The Nether

[edit] Naturally Generated

Icon Dec Hex Block type
00 00 Air
Bedrock.png 07 07 Bedrock
Lava.png 11 0B Stationary lava D
Gravel.png 13 0D Gravel
Brown Mushroom.png 39 27 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 28 Red Mushroom
Fire.png 51 33 Fire D
Netherrack.png 87 57 Netherrack
Soul Sand.png 88 58 Soul Sand
Glowstone (Block).png 89 59 Glowstone

[edit] Naturally Created

Icon Dec Hex Block type
00 00 Air
Lava.png 10 0A Lava D
Brown Mushroom.png 39 27 Brown Mushroom
Red Mushroom.png 40 28 Red Mushroom
Obsidian.png 49 31 Obsidian
Portal.png 90 5A Portal


[edit] Structures

Icon Dec Hex Block type
00 00 Air
Monster Spawner.png 52 34 Monster Spawner T
Nether Brick.png 112 70 Nether Brick
Nether Brick Fence.png 113 71 Nether Brick Fence
Nether Brick Stairs.png 114 72 Nether Brick StairsD
Nether Wart.png 115 73 Nether Wart D

[edit] Additional Reading

There are currently over one hundred different types of blocks, including Air, still Water, and still Lava, which cannot be built, various types of Wood, various colors of Wool, various types of Pressure Plates, Slabs, Stairs and Double Slabs. See Data Values for the full list.

In a standard randomly generated Map, you can find Air, Stone, Grass, snow, Dirt, Water, Water Source, Lava, Lava Source, Sand, Sandstone, Gravel, Gold Ore, Iron Ore, Diamond Ore, Redstone Ore, Lapis Lazuli Ore, Clay Block, Coal Ore, Bedrock, Ice, Wood, Birch Wood, Wood Planks in Abandoned Mines Pine/Spruce Wood, Leaves, Cactus, Sugar Canes, Vines, Pumpkins, yellow and red Flowers, brown and red Mushrooms, dead and living Shrubs and Tall Grass. In dungeons (added in Seecret Friday Update 2), you can also find Cobblestone, Moss Stone, a Mob Spawner, and Chests, even though cobblestone and chests are usually made by the player. Moss Stone, Cobblestone, Wood Planks, Fences, Pressure Plates, Bookshelves, Crafting Tables, Stairs, Black Wool, Iron Bars, and Furnaces may also be found in the randomly generated NPC villiages that were added in 1.8, and Stone Brick, Mossy Stone Brick, Cracked Stone Brick, Iron Bars, Bookshelves, Wood Planks, Chest, and Cobweb can be found in the strongholds and abandoned mines also added in 1.8. Obsidian can be found naturally, but it is not part of the random generation; instead it is created when naturally occurring lava source blocks and water come in contact. Cobblestone can also be found naturally, and is formed with the same circumstances as obsidian, except that it is formed when water and moving lava contact. Dungeons are also built of cobblestone in parts.

In the initial, free version of Survival 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.

In Classic mode the player can build with naturally occurring blocks (except for Redstone and Diamond), and can use Bookcase, Sponge, Coloured Wool, Brick, Obsidian and Moss Stone. Operators of servers can also build Bedrock. Some custom servers give the ability to place Grass and (still) Fluids, too.

When playing the current version, the player can craft a variety of blocks not naturally found in maps, including Crafting Tables, Bookshelves, Furnaces and more. Redstone, Diamond, Gold and Lapis Lazuli can be found in the lower areas of maps, and Obsidian forms when water touches a spring lava block.

Netherrack, Glowstone, Gravel, Soul Sand, Nether Brick, Nether Brick Fence, Nether Brick Stairs and Nether Wart can be found in The Nether, which the player can only enter by creating a Portal.

The Pocket Edition has 2 additional blocks: The Cyan Flower and Camera .

[edit] See also

[edit] Trivia

  • When placing a block in any version of Minecraft with a slightly laggy computer, it may place two blocks when only clicking once, and when you remove one block, it removes them both. This also happens with doors. People with particularly low-end hardware may even experience three blocks being placed or removed with one click of the mouse. A good way of combating this problem is to reduce your view distance to speed up the game.

[edit] References