Minecraft” is a popular independent production game that uses the concept of “sand batch” that was released in 2011 for PC. In “Minecraft”, players gather resources, create objects, explore dungeons, construct buildings, and fight monsters. Since many valuable minerals reside deep below the ground, players will need many light sources. Fire not only provides a lasting light source, but can also be used in traps and in homes. Fire occurs when flint is mixed with iron.
Get flint. This can be achieved by digging gravel. Each block of gravel has a 10% chance to flint. To mine gravel faster, use a shovel. Shovels can be created by combining two wooden sticks with a resource block, such as wood, stone, iron, gold, or diamond.
Get iron. Iron is the most common underground resource and can be mined with a pick. Spikes can be created by combining two sticks and three resource blocks, such as wood, stone, iron, or diamond.
Right click on your oven. To create one, open your workbench and place eight stone blocks on your 3×3 grid, leaving the center empty. Place the iron in the oven with at least one fuel source, such as wood, sticks, or lava. When the casting process ends, drag the resulting ingot from the furnace into your inventory.
Right-click on your workbench. If you don’t have one, create one by opening your inventory and placing four wooden blocks on the 2×2 grid at the top. Place a flint and an iron ingot on your workbench in places 4 and 8, respectively. You will receive a “flint and steel”. Put it in your inventory.
Approach a block and click on that block with the item equipped to produce fire. Fire can be placed on or next to any flammable object, such as logs, wood, netherstone, and leaves.
Fire can spread to nearby blocks. Make sure it is contained and isolated from other flammable resources.