Craft yourself a rod, find a pond, and fish. It sounds silly, but the reason is you will be fishing up some amazing things. For example, books like this:
Once you have a Mending book, make a mine and dig down to around layer 10. Then strip-mine and find diamonds. Use those diamonds to make a mining pick, then apply the Mending enchant to it using an anvil. You'll be set for life.
But seriously, I cannot stress how good fishing is. I've found bows from there with loads of enchants on, a whole swathe of different enchanting books, and you get a boatload of exp.
Work your way up to having a rod that has Lure 3, Luck of the Sea, and Mending on.
Just downloaded and sunk about 2 hours into it. It's much better than the vita version and plays about the same as the PS4 Version. Not found villagers yet which is a shame. Hopefully I'll get some founds soon.
Minecraft fans can create levels and play them in the Education Edition for the first time as part of a new tutorial from Microsoft.
A Hero's Journey has been released to coincide with Hour of Code, a global initiative aimed at encouraging more people to get into computer programming.
The free Minecraft tutorial features a new character called the Agent, and gives players 12 challenges that teach core coding concepts such as loops – a sequence of instructions that is continually repeated until a certain condition is reached – debugging – removing errors from the program – and functions – reusable code that performs a function. It also contains popular objects such as Redstone and pistons.
For the first time, players can upload the last level in A Hero's Journey to Minecraft: Education Edition and see their work come to life in the game. Using the Code Builder extension for Minecraft, they can then continue to work on their creations in a larger version of the game.