Minecraft Survival worlds
I've had many survival worlds over the years and they've gone from being very crappy to quite good. These are screenshots of all
the worlds I could get to load that have something intersting in them.
My first survival world in Minecraft pocket edition from 2012. As you can see, I have the classic noob house, a dirt rectangular
prism with a door. There are cobblestone pillars everywhere because I always used to kill myself when I was low on health
because I killed all the animals in my world when I first started and it took months for them to respawn so I couldn't regenarate.
I spent a lot of time in this world mining, not so much because I wanted resources but because I liked looking at the ores and seeing
what different types I could find. I eventually went back and mined all the ores exept redstone because you couldn't do anything
This is a slightly better minecraft pe survival world. My house is no longer made of dirt and I was able to get a world with
lava. (Lava used to be really rare in pocket edition. Once I spent an entire lunch time at school creating new worlds just
trying to find lava). Also I have the nether core reactor thing in the corner.
This is a world I made with my brothers on multiplayer. It has a mob farm that actually works quite well.
I trolled my brother by putting signs all over his house. There are also signs on the other sides of his house and inside his
Now I'll show you the PC survival worlds. In my first PC survival world I lived in a cave then when exploring and found the same
pyramid five times. It's not very interesting so I won't show that one. This the first survival world I had on my old laptop.
I started this world in April 2013.
I started my next survival world in June 2013 and this one is actually quite good. I had a lot of bases and this is my first one.
This is my second base. I took a lot of the blocks and blew some of it up when I left.
There was an enderman who kept teleporting into my house. I decided he was my friend after he left me a grass block and I named
This is another base I had for a while. Its a tree house with some mob farms that didn't work very well.
I decied I wanted to build a town on the ocean so I moved here. I built some farms, an ocelot enclosure, some shops and that
pyramid roof building is a muesuem. I decided to keep the stone brick octagonal prism house for some reason.
This is where my bases start to get quite good. I dug a big hole in the jungle and then added lots of rooms. I won't show all
the rooms here but if you want to see more detail watch this video -
My dragon egg.
A river. A lot of my bases have rivers.
This is another version of this world where I had the Mo creatures mod. I added some more things to the bottom level.
Some flowers and farms and stuff.
I built an encolusure for my endermen. I had one called Razgriz and one called Endie but I think these are both Razgriz because
he cloned himself somehow.
I had a lot of modded survival worlds. A lot of them wouldn't load but most of them aren't that interesting so it doesn't matter.
This was a modded world but I could only get it to load in vanilla minecraft so all the blocks are wrong. It should have biomes o
plenty and that dome should be made of orange cobblestone and have some trees and iron golems around it.
This is a screenshot I took of inside the house when I was playing the world originally.
This is another new unmodded world and yes, I know its a total rip off of EthosLab's man cave. I just thought it looked cool
and I wanted to build something similar.
This is a piston elevator that doesn't seem to work anymore and a stained glass window.
Clay village that I never finsihed.
This is the best base I have ever built. Its in the same world as the cave one. Sadly I'm an idiot and I lost the most recent
version of this world so its missing some things.
The first level. It has an automatic potato farm, automatic pumpkin and melon farms, storage room, horse stables, enchantment
room, nether portal, vine farm and a pond.
The second level. It has some houses with villagers trapped in them that I can trade with, an automatic carrot farm, a furnace
room and a fancy piston door that leads to no where.
The thrid level. This level is quite unfinished. It has a wool farm and there was supossed to be dispensers with every types of
dye, which I think I did build, but obviously I hadn't built it yet in this version of the world.
The fourth level just has a beacon, a mod farm and some slime block launchers. I did make the area bigger and decorate the walls
with prismarine and diorite and I also built a muchroom farm and a gaint automatic pumpkin farm that made this place look much
cooler, but I lost the world. I think that the world started lagging terribly and I got really mad and in my rage I accidentally
deleted the world.
Yay, I found a screenshot of an area of the world that was tragiclly deleted. This is my enderman sancturary and its a cave with
lots of blocks that endermen can pick up. The three endermen pictured here are Razgriz, Endie and Dinnerbone.
The stone enderman statue overlooking a peaceful lake.
This is my last survival world and I had some mods to add planes and stuff. I was building a fortress but I never finsihed it,
mostly because it got corrupted almost every day for some reason.
A razgriz F-14. I was so exited when I realised that MChelicopters had Ace Combat planes.
I used the custom NPCs mod to make an NPC that would dicuss Minecraft version history. I was really obsessed with Minecraft
version history, I used to be able to list all the Minecraft versions and I'd do this at random times. Sadly it seemed to annoy
people so I tried making this NPC. Then I got bored because they never said anything I didn't know.
I had these enderman soldiers protecting my base. They sern't very loyal though, sometimes they would start shooting me if I
I decided to go for a nice relaxing flight in my plane.
...that didn't end well.