Mushrooms and shooting stars are two essential resources in Terraria. If you'd like to be able to collect them at will, watch this video to learn how to use tunnels to set up a mushroom farms and how to use sky bridges to harvest shooting stars.
If you are thinking of turning your Minecraft world into an agrarian paradise, watch this video to learn how to build a mushroom farm. This video will explain the materials and techniques used, along with the design of the farm.
If you're an advanced Terraria player you are probably interested in setting up a mushroom farm. To do so, you'll have to go undergound and follow all of the directions given in this how to video. Check out the video for helpful Terraria crafting tips.
Welcome to Minecraft World! Check out our advanced tutorials and come play on our free server. One of the newest features to be added to Minecraft is the hunger bar. Since the final 1.8 update, players go hungry over time if they don't replenish themselves. Hunger is also det ...more
This recipe from Holiday Kitchen shows you their impressive, celebratory dish that satisfies the most discriminating crowd. Beef Wellington will leave your party guests grinning and wide-eyed as you present and carve this spectacular meal at the table. This masterpiece of meat ...more
Earlier we've looked at starting off in Survival mode, plus simple combat. Now we look at a more refreshing aspect of Minecraft: Food! Food Ever since the hunger bar was added to Survival mode, food has tripled in its role. Having no food will slowly decrease your hunger bar ...more
Most of us lead busy, work-filled lives, often clocking in a 9-to-5 five days a week. And when that clock signifies the hour to leave, the last thing on anyone's mind is: "Time to go to the grocery store to pick up more fresh produce!" (Well, to be fair... maybe more people ar ...more
There are a lot of people out there who don't like vegetables, but I would contend that that's because they haven't eaten any really good vegetables. I thought I hated tomatoes (okay, technically a fruit, but used mostly as a vegetable) until I ate some fresh from a garden. On ...more