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All of the blocks in Java Edition 1.12.2

Block adalah unit utama dari Minecraft.

Behavior[edit]

Block tersusun dalam grid, tiap cellnya yaitu 1 meter kubik, and are snapped to it, yang berarti bahwa sebuah block tidak dapat lebih dari satu cell. Mungkin ada pengecualian, seperti bed dan falling sand, tetapi, bed terdiri dari dua block, masing-masing merupakan setengahnya, dan apabila block pasir jatuh akan berubah menjadi entity sebagai gantinya.

Together, blocks dan fluids membangun the in-game environment dan can be harvested dan utilized dalam berbagai cara. Beberapa block, seperti dirt dan sandstone, merupakanopaque, sedangkan block lain, seperti glass dan ice, merupakan transparent.

Beberapa block, seperti torch dan glowstone, akan memancarkan light. Jumlah cahaya yang dikeluarkannya sangat bervariasi; lihat this table of light values untuk informasi lebih lanjut. Opaque block sama sekali menghalangi cahaya, sementara transparent blocks antara tidak ada pengaruh atau hanya melemahkan cahaya.

Hampir semua block mengabaikan gravitasi, terkecuali pasir, red sand, gravel, anvil, dragon egg, concrete powder, scaffolding, dan snow[Legacy Console and Bedrock editions only].

Biasanya, only one block can occupy a single grid cell at a time. The only exceptions to this are snow layers‌[Bedrock Edition only], yang dapat combine with each other hingga eight dalam satu cell, dan water, yang dapat combine dengan sebagian besar non-full-size blocks menggunakan game mechanic yang bernama waterlogging.

Tinggi block[edit]

Sebagian besar solid blocks setinggi 1 meter (3.28084 ft), tetapi block tertentu (khususnyaslab dan stairs) mempunyai tinggi non-standard block.

Player dapat secara otomatis step up from a lower to a higher height jika bedanya is at most 0.6 (35) of a block, atau 1.9685 feet.

Juga batas tinggi world adalah 256 block/meter (839.895 ft).

Tekstur[edit]

The textures on the faces of blocks are 16×16 pixels. Most blocks are proportionately one cubic meter by default, but their shape can be changed using models. Most blocks also have static textures, though water, lava, Nether portal, End portal, End gateway, fire, sea lantern, command block, prismarine, and magma blocks are animated.

Using resource packs, the player can change the textures and resolution of blocks, including whether their texture is animated. They can also change the shapes of blocks using models and the size of blocks to any size with equal width and height, though sizes that are a power of two tend to work better.

List of blocks[edit]

Natural blocks[edit]

Natural blocks are generated as part of the terrain in the Overworld, the Nether and the End. These also include ores and liquids. Some of these blocks are generated as part of structures.

Fire

Magma Block

Prismarine Sea Lantern

Plants[edit]

These blocks are Minecraft's representation of various life forms. Most of them can grow and be farmed to obtain resources.

Manufactured[edit]

Manufactured blocks can be obtained via crafting or smelting. Some of them can also be found in generated structures.

Prismarine Slab Prismarine Stairs

Utility[edit]

Utility blocks are used for a wide variety of specific purposes that are helpful to the player.

Stonecutter

Mechanisms[edit]

Mechanisms can be used to perform a wide range of tasks.

Creative only[edit]

These blocks are only accessed within the Creative mode inventory.

Commands only[edit]

These blocks are only accessed with the use of commands, such as /give.

Command BlockRepeating Command BlockChain Command Block

Bedrock Edition/New Nintendo 3DS Edition only[edit]

These blocks can only be accessed in Bedrock Edition and New Nintendo 3DS Edition. In these versions, item frames work as block entities, stonecutters are only obtainable from creative mode inventory, through commands, or by inventory editing, and glowing obsidian, Invisible bedrock and nether reactor cores are not obtainable at all but continue to exist in old worlds.

Stonecutter

Education Edition (mobile) only[edit]

These blocks can only be accessed in Education Edition and Bedrock Edition

Heat Block

Removed blocks[edit]

Removed blocks no longer exist in current versions of the game.

Crying Obsidian Double Stone Slab

Technical blocks[edit]

Technical blocks up to 1.6.1. Blocks in this image are no longer available in the current Minecraft version, except farmland and spawner.

Technical blocks are blocks whose main functions are strictly tied to the usage of other blocks. They cannot be acquired through normal gameplay, most of them cannot be obtained with commands and even external editors‌[Java and Legacy Console editions only], but other ones require commands or mods to obtain. They serve various purposes during events within the game. If acquired, they will usually have a missing texture.

Many of these blocks have different representations in the inventory; flint and steel is used to place fire, water and lava can be placed with their respective buckets, and blocks such as beds, doors, cake and flower pots have separate inventory items.

Video[edit]

History[edit]

Java Edition pre-Classic
rd-132211Added blocks that can be placed and destroyed.
Added air, but internally isn't a block.
rd-160052There is now support for different block types.
New particles are now shown when destroying a block.
New support for dynamic blocks.
Added pick blocks functionality.
Java Edition Classic
?Added multiple sounds for blocks.
August 4, 2009Breaking blocks allows picking them up and place them, thus adding and removing them from the inventory.
August 14, 2009The requirement to have to hold down the mouse button to break blocks, creating a block-breaking animation, was first shown.
0.27 SURVIVAL TESTThe player will now begin with 10 TNT blocks and can now 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.
0.28Right click will now add blocks and left click will now remove them.
The player can now build with naturally occurring blocks.
The player can now use bookshelves, sponges, colored wools, bricks, obsidians and mossy cobblestones.
Operators of servers can now also build bedrock. Some custom servers can now give the ability to place grass blocks and fluid blocks, too.
All new block types have now been added.
Java Edition Indev
0.31 (December 23, 2009, 2)Blocks can now be dropped on the ground.
Blocks that are thrown on the ground can now also be picked up.
0.31 (January 22, 2010)Blocks can now be placed on resource items. As a result, resource items will now be pushed off.
0.31 (January 25, 2010, 1)Added new block particles.
Java Edition Infdev
February 27, 2010It is now possible to place blocks inside the player.
?It is now impossible to place blocks inside the player.
Solid blocks will now cause suffocation.
Java Edition
1.7.213w37aThe ability to obtain the item form of 26 technical blocks has now been removed. These were the bed (26), piston head and extension (34 & 36), redstone wire (55), wheat crops (59), standing and wall sign (63 & 68), wooden and iron door (64 & 71), lit redstone ore (74), unlit redstone torch (75), sugar cane (83), cake (92), unpowered and powered repeater (93 & 94), pumpkin and melon stem (104 & 105), nether wart (115), brewing stand (117), cauldron (118), lit redstone lamp (124), tripwire (132), flower pot (140), skull (144), and unpowered and powered comparator (149 & 150).
13w38bAir is now internally a block[1] and can be kept in the inventory. It has a missing texture, MissingTextureInventory.png.
13w38cAir can now no longer be kept in the inventory anymore.
1.814w25aThe ability to obtain the item form of 12 technical blocks has now been removed. These blocks were flowing and stationary water and lava blocks (8, 9, 10 & 11), double stone and wooden slabs (43 & 125), fire blocks (51), nether and end portal blocks (90 & 119), cocoa pods (127), and potato and carrot crops (141 & 142).
Blocks will now show the closest item form to themselves as the icon in the superflat settings menu.
14w26bAll technical blocks, except for the monster spawner (52) and farmland (60), will now have a missing texture in the inventory, Missing Texture Block.png, due to their item models being nonexistent.
1.915w49aThe ability to obtain the item form of lit furnaces (62) has now been removed.
Pocket Edition Alpha
Pre-releaseAdded exclusive cyan flowers and invisible bedrock.
0.2.0Breaking blocks will now allow the player to pick them up and place them, thus adding and removing them from the inventory.
0.2.1Added block breaking animation.
0.5.0Added exclusive nether reactor core and glowing obsidian.
0.6.0Added exclusive stonecutter.
0.9.0?Removed cyan flower.
0.12.1?Nether Reactor Core is now no longer obtainable in survival or creative.
0.13.0?Removed crafting recipe and functionality of the stonecutter. It can still be found in the creative inventory.

Issues[edit]

Issues relating to "Block/id" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit]

  • Certain blocks may interpret positions they cannot be placed in by normal means as a valid position. For example, a sign placed in midair via /setblock or through bugs will remain in midair even when updated, until either it is broken, or a block is placed below it and broken.

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