The best Minecraft seeds
Beautiful Minecraft seeds, including Minecraft survival seeds, Minecraft village seeds, and other cool Minecraft seeds
What are the best Minecraft seeds? Minecraft seeds are codes that the game uses to generate worlds for you – worlds full of interesting landscapes and key landmarks ripe for exploration. They cover everything from jaw-dropping vistas and landscapes to thrilling dungeons filled to bursting with loot.
Your job is simple: pick the one you want to play around in, whether that’s a great spawn location or an idyllic landscape. All you have to do to get a seed up and running is grab the digits and place them into the seed field when you’re next creating a Minecraft world. The game will do all the heavy lifting, leaving you to explore and create beautiful Minecraft seeds to your heart’s content.
Regardless of whether you’re a professional miner or someone about to load up their first world, there’s something you can’t control in Minecraft: the terrain itself. While your mind may be brimming with possibilities, all too frequently you’ll spawn in a bland, uninspiring world full of flat grassland and the odd chicken. Hardly the canvas for your masterpiece.
Hence this article, a complete collection of the best Minecraft seeds, from the inspiring to the functional and everything in between.
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Before we start it’s important to note that the end results of a seed are entirely dependent on what version of Minecraft you are running. A brilliant seed in version 1.6 could be something upsettingly bland in version 1.7. To help you out, we’ve put the latest version each seed works with in brackets after the seed code. Set your Minecraft launcher to this version for the correct results.
To set up a Minecraft seed, select ‘Create New World’, this is where you can enter the seed code we’ve included on all the best Minecraft seeds below. Simply select create and you’ll be transported to the spawn point in your chosen seed.
Here are the best Minecraft seeds:
- Minecraft Title Screen
- Minecraft 1.16 seed
- Obsidian Farm
- Icy Spire
- Woodland Mansion Seed
- Frozen Island Seed
- Triple Island Ocean Monument
- Spruce Village and Coral Reef
- Shipwrecks and Village seed
- Another Woodland Mansion Spawn
- Mountain Cliff
- Leg Break Island
- Igloo and Winter Forest seed
- Two Small Islands
- Librarian Spawn
- Horses and Desert Village
- Underwater Temple
- Mountain Archway
- Blacksmith at Spawn
- Mooshroom World
- Lava and Waterfalls
- Deep Ravine and Gold Ore
- Savannah Biome with Blacksmith
- Desert Temple seed
- Mountain in the Sky
- Many Biomes
- Mushroom Islands
- Diamond Seed
- Fast Diamonds
- Mushroom Kingdom
- Simple Village at Spawn
Minecraft title screen
Version: Beta 1.7.3
For many years the image of the Minecraft title screen eluded researchers determined to track down its whereabouts and finally Redditors announce they’ve found the Minecraft title screen seed. The location of the title screen has been verified and you can view the momentous moment in the video, along with the exact coordinates and seed above which you’ll need to gaze at the now unblurred original Minecraft vista, alternatively you can use this seed as well, 8091867987493326313 (both work).
Minecraft 1.16 seed
This convenient Minecraft seed plonks you right on the edge of a swamp biome, so all you need to do is wait until night falls to farm slimes, or create a Minecraft slime farm yourself. There’s also a nearby village you can use to begin farming crops, with a few wolves scattered around it, and a small underground cave that hosts an enderman, all in easy reach.
Obsidian is a valuable resource, usually gathered in the End, but it can be created when water flows over lava. This seed has a few sprawling villages including a crop farm, a village with a Minecraft Nether portal, and a waterlogged village with a handy pool of lava perfectly set up for obsidian farming.
When you spawn, you’ll see a tall ice spire in the distance, surrounded by snowy trees and ice caps. Just to the right is a small village steeped in snow with a half-built Nether Portal and plenty of small lava pools to create obsidian. A peaceful spot to call home, dotted with rabbits, wolves, and the occasional polar bear.
Woodland Mansion Seed
Woodland Mansions are notoriously difficult to track down in Minecraft, so this Woodland Mansion seed does all the hard work by spawning you in only a hundred blocks away from one. Neat. Build your Minecraft house, accrue plenty of resources, and prepare to raid the mansion in a jiffy.
Frozen Island Seed
Adorable Minecraft mobs like polar bears, imposing glacial spires, and the odd igloo make this the perfect winter wonderland spawning location. The icy landscape you spawn stretches out pretty far, but there’s a landmass nearby so you can harvest essential resources before heading back out onto the ice sheets. Perhaps the best bit is you’ll spawn directly onto a survival island surrounded by ice, so you can mine straight down to get important minerals and resources, too.
Triple Island Ocean Monument
If you’re a fan of Castaway roleplay, then this is one of the coolest Minecraft seeds we’ve come across. You’ll start out on a cluster of three small islands with all the resources you could possibly need to survive, then once you’re thriving there are several Ocean Monument to battle through loot – one of them even has a Shipwreck spawning inside it.
Spruce Village and Coral Reef
Spawning directly into a Minecraft village makes for a very gentle start to life in Minecraft, but what’s even better is if that village is just a short stroll from a gorgeous coral reef and some stunning mountains. This seed promises resources for days, plenty of fish for food, and a safe place to spend the night.
Shipwrecks and Village seed
This one is all about shipwrecks. You spawn into a quaint village where you’ll notice a villager has turned the shattered remnants of a hull into a cosy abode. Venture out further into the world, and bigger shipwrecks await you on the seabed. If that doesn’t float your boat, then there’s also an ocean ruin for you to explore. We ship it.
Another Woodland Mansion Spawn
Woodland Mansions are one of Minecraft’s most exciting generated structures, but they’re not exactly easy to track down. This seed works with the 1.11 Exploration Update and spawns you close to one of these behemoth structures. Be warned, though: they house some formidable mobs.
If bizarre, inexplicable geological formations are your jam, look no further than this 1.9 Minecraft seed. While this seed won’t produce masses of hidden treasures, it will create a column of rising stone pillars complete with cascading waterfalls and a herd of sheep at its peak. Creative mode is advised – this would be a spectacular location for a fantastical Minecraft tower.
Leg Break Island
Affectionately titled ‘leg-break island’, this seed will produce a single slab of mountain jutting impressively out of the sea. It’s up you what to do with this geological wonder, but trying to get to the top of it is probably a good start.
Igloo and Winter Forest seed
This winter forest seed will drop you in the middle of a wintry forest where you can find two cosy igloos, one of which harbours a secret basement. You’ll find the secret basement under a rug – enter with caution, however, as inside there’s a small workshop with a zombie villager lying in wait. Get rid of the undead resident and you’ll find a compact, underground base with a brewery and plenty of storage – ideal for starting out in a snowy biome.
Two Small Islands
This seed sells itself on an interesting premise: two small islands, one with a wolf on it and the other with a sheep. From that point on it’s up to you how this survival story unfolds – do you harvest your only mammalian friends for resources and meat or do you do everything possible to ensure that your unconventional companions are safe?
Mysterious, simple, and unique, this seed will drop you into a world featuring a simple cottage with a lone resident, The Librarian. Whatever resulted in this guy’s living situation is anyone’s guess, but building his humble hut into an enormous fortress is endlessly satisfying.
The Librarian’s house is surrounded by Minecraft horses and greenery, too, so there’s more to this niche seed than meets the eye.
Horses and Desert Village seed
Spawning a magnificent array of prissy clip-clops (horses) on the outskirt of a huge desert village, this seed offers equestrian types the ideal starting point for their Minecraft adventure. Inside the village there are chests packed with great loot like diamond horse armour, gold ingots, saddles, and obsidian – everything you need from this Minecraft desert village seed to ride off into the sunset atop your noble steed.
Temples. They’re great. But most seeds seem to restrict them to jungles and deserts. Just because that’s how famed adventurer Indiana Jones liked his temples, doesn’t mean that’s how the rest of us like ‘em. That’s why this seed is here, offering a change of location for your exploring: underwater. With a challenging selection of enemies to defeat and plenty of secrets to uncover, this seed is for the nautically inclined.
Where monolithic natural structures are concerned, no real-world creation compares. This seed’s main feature is a mountain consisting of two arching peaks. An internal waterfall finishes off this Minecraft marvel with the water feature it deserves. The archway makes the perfect sheltered spot for a villainous, Bond-inspired hidden base.
Blacksmith at Spawn
As soon as you spawn in this seed you’ll be next to a village containing a blacksmith’s treasure chest (see inside for Minecraft diamonds, swords, and obsidian). But that’s just the start of this loot-heavy seed, which spawns a world featuring four desert temples, six villages, two dungeons, and a stronghold. You’ll certainly want to visit some of these, so head to x: (-973) y: (93) z: (127) for the stronghold, x: (-328) y: (82) z: (560) for the largest of the six villages, and x: (-149) y: (68) z: (343) for a dungeon home to a golden apple.
If instant gratification is what you need then this seed will give you that. Provided you’re looking for instant mushrooms, that is. Within meters of your spawn location you’ll find a sprawling island filled with giant mushrooms and herds of red cows.
Lava and Waterfalls
Just a short trek from spawn and you’ll discover this mega mountain region. The peak breaches cloud level, and bursting from its slopes are water and lava falls. It’s also topped with a wooded area, making it both a scenic climb and a solid resource provider.
Deep Ravine and Gold Ore
Right by where you spawn in this seed is a deep ravine cut into the ground. Take a peek and you’ll immediately find what you’re here for: gold. There’s a good few blocks of gold ore right at the surface, so you can gather it in practically no time at all.
Savannah Biome with Blacksmith
Along the join between the savannah and desert biomes in this seed is a desert village with some desirable loot. Between the chests in the houses and the blacksmith’s shop you’ll find 26 gold ingots, three emeralds, two diamonds, six iron ingots, iron leggings, and a saddle. Not a bad starter kit!
Desert Temple seed
A mesa, plains, and desert biome all meet at an intersection marked by a temple for you to explore in this seed. Even better, you’ll find the temple at the bank of a river where some giant squids hang out, as well as cows in the fields of the plains biome next door.
Mountain in the Sky
One for the Minecraft mountaineer, this seed will spawn you at cloud level on this amazing mountain structure. It goes much higher into the sky than the clouds, and its flatter sections are home to some savanna biome-style trees. The whole mountain makes an island, with some really cool geography to explore.
If you’ve absolutely got to see it all, and you’re on a strict time limit, then this seed is for you. It contains all of Minecraft’s various biomes, and they’re packed into a reasonable 2km². One afternoon stroll and you’ll know everything about landmass identification.
Minecraft can feel a little brown and green all too often. Inject some colour into your eyes with this seed, which will drop your right in the middle of an ocean filled with mushroom-sprouting islands. Those bright red domes should cheer you right up, but if that doesn’t do the trick perhaps the herds of cows will instead.
With 15 diamonds right at the spawn location, this is a loot paradise seed. You’ll find the diamonds split into chests in the two desert temples you’ll soon find, and a third temple hides away some treasures, too.
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In the first of the temples you’ll come across you can also find some diamond horse armour, ensuring your steed will be well protected.
A great Minecraft seed if you’re in need of diamonds quick. You’ll spawn quite close to two desert temples that can be raided for treasures, and also fairly close to spawn are two NPC villages, one which has a blacksmith. One of the temples contains nine diamonds and two emeralds.
Make sure you have ‘Large Biomes’ selected when you use this seed, as without it you’ll find a completely different world. And you wouldn’t want to miss this: a fantastic mushroom biome and a hills biome right next to each other, with you spawning right on the border between the two.
Simple Village at Spawn
Sprint off to your right from spawn and you’ll find a blacksmith’s shop stocked with the perfect starter kit: iron leggings, iron chestplate, an iron sword, a bunch of apples, and even three diamonds! You’ve not done any work yet and you’re already fully kitted out for action and have lots of goodies to use on your Minecraft anvil.
But there’s more! Look out from the village and you’ll see a desert temple, which is packed full of chests containing gold, iron, and diamonds. A superb starting point.
As you spawn into this curiously named Minecraft seed you’ll want to turn around immediately and head backwards. You’ll see a village, but that’s not what we’re here for. A little way off the coastline you’ll see a perfectly flat rectangle building just sitting in the ocean. Break in, and you’ll find an End Portal. No more do you need to contend with strongholds; just travel right to The End from the safety of an underwater bunker.
And those are our very favourite Minecraft seeds. There’s plenty to keep you busy exploring, but there’s always something new to find, so why not try our best Minecraft maps? Or perhaps our top Minecraft servers. Oh, and don’t forget to equip some brilliant Minecraft skins before you head out. Anyway, we’ll leave you to it; there’s plenty more redstone we need to dig up, and this pick-axe won’t swing itself…
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Beautiful Minecraft seeds, including Minecraft survival seeds, Minecraft village seeds, and other cool Minecraft seeds
The best Minecraft seeds for beautiful, amazing worlds
A comprehensive list of Minecraft seeds to generate amazing worlds in-game.
Minecraft seeds are the best way to get the blocky worlds you want without having to roll the dice. A majority of the time the new sandbox world is great, but Minecraft seeds are a great way to get the adventure you have in mind quicker.
Maybe you want a specific Minecraft survival world for you and your friends to play in, or planning on building an epic treehouse base and need a specific biome to gather resources? How about a world that recreates the Minecraft title screen seed? That’s where Minecraft seeds come in.
We’ve scoured the Minecraft community and gathered a list of our favorites below. We’ve divided them into three categories: Minecraft survival seeds, Minecraft village seeds, and Minecraft world seeds. There’s even a little section at the bottom for Minecraft pocket edition seeds so head down there if that’s what you’re after. If you’re completely new to Minecraft seeds, there’s also a quick explainer about what they are and how to use them below.
How to use a Minecraft seed
Simply put, Minecraft seeds are a string of numbers that determine exactly what kind of Minecraft world you’ll load into. Before creating a new world, you can punch these numbers in to conjure up the particular place you want to explore, and creators share these codes online.
The only thing you need to keep in mind when it comes to using these seeds is to make sure you’re running the correct version of Minecraft. Otherwise, your seed has a chance of not spawning exactly what you want.
Thankfully, it’s pretty painless to run legacy versions of Minecraft. All you need to do is open the launcher, click on “Launch Options” then “Add New.” From here you can name it, and below that is a drop-down box with all the previous editions. Just click on the one you need, head back to the “News” section, and load up the version you need. Now, an in-depth look at the best Minecraft seeds.
Minecraft survival seeds
- -573947210 (1.14)
Shipwreck seeds are popular because they give you that wonderful little head start that we all crave. This one is particularly potent thanks to the collection of different enchanted items, some TNT, and even a diamond, among other things. Not only that, but these can all be found close to your spawn point. If you want a strong start, this is a great choice.
- 1556388534623276506 (1.7)
Don’t be fooled by your spawn point—that’s not the ravine you’re looking for. Want a glimpse of a true underground wonder? Head towards coordinates 236 68 -704. Peeking into the chasm, you’ll spot an oaken, open-plan (alright, it’s just missing a few walls. Let us play estate agent) library intersecting a stronghold. Ladders and bookshelves line the walls: you might need a few tomes to enchant your gear, seeing as though the end portal is nearby.
Minimalist Survival Island
- 3366408241916580461 (1.8)
As Gandhi once remarked, “To achieve true enlightenment, one must isolate themselves upon an unforgiving Minecraft survival island seed.” This pared-down setting might well inspire some soul-searching. Essential supplies are practically non-existent here, the nearby squid your only friends—not counting Mr. Grass, Mr. Sand and Señor Gravel. After some time you too may find yourself anthropomorphising inanimate blocks.
Best survival seed ever; 10/10, would go mad there again.
Temple of Doom
- 2029492581 (1.14)
What if we put a temple right inside a jungle, and then plonked that near a pillager outpost? Sounds good, right? Well, that’s exactly what this seed does. It’s a great choice for players looking for a nice challenge that stays within sight, but it’s also just a lot of fun starting so close to a temple.
Double shipwreck at spawn
- -4841696958638411935 (1.13)
What’s better than coming across a desolate shipwreck? Finding two within spitting distance of each other, of course. If you fancy a wee break from searching the world in search of booty, this seed spawns you on a small island. Look to the left and you’ll find a floating ruined ship, and to the right, another one. What more could you ask for? No, not a third ruined ship; that would be too far.
- 519124461 (1.13)
Teenage, standard, boring turtles. Teenage, standard, boring turtles. Teenage, standard, boring turtles. Turtles in a regular shell. Turtle power! Although raising your own turtle colony would be fun, there’s more than that to this seed.
As you’ve probably already spotted, just right of the spawn is a slightly buried ocean ruin. After you’ve looted up that one, head into the water for yet another ocean ruin to explore.
Commandeer Your Own Mansion
- 113560767 (1.11)
Nothing beats charging headfirst into a mansion with the intention of besting every Illager (not to be confused with Villager) that moves. But finding a mansion in survival is no easy feat. It’ll take hours of scouring every forest hoping that one day you’ll come face-to-face with that foreboding wooden structure. So instead of wasting countless hours, how about you just type this seed in and spawn directly in front of the mansion?
Minecraft village seeds
- -613756530319979507 (1.14)
On the subject of Shipwrecks, we have no idea how this ended up here, but there seems to be a ship parked in the middle of this village. We feel as though having a gigantic ship in the centre of the Minecraft village might be a cause for alarm, but nobody else seems all that bothered by it. Well, there’s also another ship underwater nearby and even an ocean ruin to explore. You had better start learning to hold your breath.
Village Surrounded by Snow
- -870685196012565250 (1.8.3)
Best return to civilisation, eh? There’s no NPC Minecraft village seed more scenic than this one, a diminutive hamlet nestled in a thawed patch of Cold Taiga biome. You’ve a friendly neighbourhood blacksmith, a quaint little farm for food, and there are even diamonds to, erm, borrow, if you poke about. If you’re after something to build a thriving metropolis off of, and are a sucker for a snowy backyard, this is the seed for you.
Overpowered Loot and Water Village
- 66830 (1.12)
An ample village can make or break a run. This Minecraft village seed in particular isn’t your usual wheat and wooden swords affair. Oh no. This village has a blacksmith forge which contains seven blocks of obsidian, nine steel ingots, two gold ingots, a steel helm and chestplate, a steel pickaxe, and a super-useful three diamonds. And better yet, it’s technically not classed as cheating. What’s not to love?
Monstrously Massive Seaside Village
- -43121277 (1.11)
Fancy moving to a seaside town with a gorgeous view? Then look no further! Minecraft villages often spawn in small groups. You may have seen images online of hundreds of villager houses smushed together. They’re fake, and in most cases, from a mod. In actual fact, getting multiple villages to spawn next to each other is really quite rare. That is, with the exception of this Minecraft seed where an absolutely gigantic village has spawned just off the coast.
Spoopy Zombie Village
- -1956807938 (1.1)
Finding Survival too easy? Turn Minecraft into The Walking Dead and that’ll surely solve it. This seed puts the zombies front and centre. For some strange, unexplained reason, all that remains of this forgotten settlement are zombie villagers. Maybe the regular zombies didn’t like their prices, formed a union and rebelled? Who knows… Either way, it’s your job to sort this mess out. Just make sure you set the time to night (“/time set night”) before they all burn to smithereens in the sunlight.
Minecraft world seeds
What Lies Beneath
- 927605758 (1.14)
This seed places you within spitting distance of a blacksmith village, but one that is more than it seems. Just underneath the village is a great ravine and a complex system of mines. It’s all very dramatic and feels like you’ve discovered some hidden mythical cave complex, especially if you accidentally fall into the lava below.
- -1086590626 (1.13)
Okay. So. Iceberg biomes are cool. Not only do they carry this weird foreboding feeling, but they’re great to build a home in. Who doesn’t want to live in an ice castle? What makes this seed so special is, like many seeds, you spawn on an island. Only with this seed, turn in any direction and all you see is ice spikes. You better think fast, because surviving this seed isn’t going to be easy.
Dive into the reefs
- 527517686 (1.13)
It’s been said a million times already but it bears repeating: Minecraft can be beautiful, and since the introduction of coral, it’s never looked better. What this seed is all about is seeing the beauty that lurks beneath.
From the spawn, kick off your shoes and take a plunge. Just be sure to have your screencap key at the ready because this one’s quite the sightseeing diving adventure.
- -8649882919108446796 (1.10.2)
I’ve gotta be honest with you, I have no idea what’s going on with this world. Why is there a mountain on top of a mountain? Why is the village built up that high? How are the villagers even able to reach their crops? Why is there a small shack on the side of the mountain to the right? Although that last one would make a pretty decent place to store your loot. Let’s see a skeleton try to snipe you up there.
To get this one working, just create a new world, input the seed, and turn amplified worlds on. You’ll spawn right near the village, meaning setting up before you go hunting should be a breeze.
Live Life Above the Clouds
- 8061648139126237361 (1.1)
Turn directly right from the spawn area and keep heading in that direction. You’ll eventually come to a host of islands, only they won’t be out at sea, they’ll be floating in the air like they’re being held up by some sort of invisible marionette. Magic, you say? Yeah, lets go with ‘magic’. As sky islands take a fair amount of time to build, this seed is great for those who want to skip the building part and head straight to starting a new life up in the sky.
Flower Forest and Ice Plains
- 4837753214958088255 (1.8.3)
The Ice Plains Spikes biome is a rare variant of the Tundra biome, featuring huge sculptural pillars of Packed Ice and, er. not a lot else, actually. It doesn’t half make a lovely backdrop though—which is why this seed is so spectacular. You spawn in a picturesque flower forest, the ocean lapping at one side and a frigid paradise skirting the other. The perfect setting for an Adventure Time tribute build, perhaps.
Giant Floating Island feat. Ominous Abyss
- frt7g5 (1.8)
Paradisiacal islands are all well and good, but if you fancy something a little more existential, why not try this highly improbable seed? A gigantic grassy landmass hovers in the air with a flagrant disregard for the laws of physics, overlooking the dark, hopeless maw of a perversely alluring ravine… But before you go flinging yourself in in search of treasure, we should mention there’s a jungle temple just across the river. Slightly less drastic.
Lava-filled Desert Mountain with Splash of Greenery
- 1168863261 (1.8)
Normally, I’d deem throwing all your favourite things into a blender and mixing them together madness (step away from your cat, please). With this particular seed, however, the Frankenstein fusion of biomes really works. A vast desert setting; an Extreme Hills mountain; a high-altitude forest; an inexplicably-lush base camp area; a village; a desert temple… It all comes together to produce endless potential for a variety of adventures.
Beautiful Mesa Forest
- 3971121552768171949 (1.8.3)
As if layer upon fudgy layer of colourful clay wasn’t a tasty enough prospect for you, this mesa seed boasts several other interesting quirks. You start in a ravine where thick clusters of oak trees grow: a short stroll up onto the plateau, and you’ll notice a wide-ranging mesa forest with a lake inside a deep crater. Find the cave hidden around the rim of the crater, and you’ll drop right into an extensive system of underground tunnels.
Landlocked Mushroom Biome
- 1154343752 (1.9)
Minecraft’s shroomy kingdoms are normally rather lonely affairs: Tiny little landmasses far out to sea, with a few Mooshrooms sprinkled about for good measure. This seed, however, generates a uniquely landlocked Mushroom Biome. Upon spawning, you’re at liberty to leg it into the emerald wilderness, butarmed with just a wooden bowl and your wits, it’s possible to craft a fungal abode and live on infinite mushroom stew. Going veggie has never been so simple.
Hollow Mountain, Hello Zombies
- -4706651163609820240 (1.9)
Being an aspiring Minecraft supervillain in this day and age is no picnic. In fact, it’s a logistical nightmare. Where to find room to install an intimidatingly large lava wall? How to conceal your TNT-powered superweapons? And the bodies? Well, this seed has a solution: a 244-block-high hollow mountain practically made for housing all your dastardly designs. There’s even an exposed zombie dungeon at the summit for unlimited XP farming.
- 5936919068236758935 (1.8.4)
Live out all your wildest lumberjackin’ fantasies in this Mega Taiga seed, which contains an absolutely massive redwood forest. You’ll spawn by the cave seen at the bottom of this picture, so you can get your shelter or mineshaft started quickly, leaving more time to enjoy your surroundings. One of the two paths inside the cave leads to a dead end—but the other leads you to a gorgeous ocean vista.
- 8700829340959843130 (1.5)
I’m not entirely sure how Steve survived the End Times, but this seed proves that it must take a whole lot more than a piddling shower of flaming meteors to kill him. A giant, perfectly-circular crater in the earth leads deep down into an underground network of caves, ravines, and mineshafts. There’s tons of ore to mine, including plenty of sparkly diamond goodness. The crater’s also a handy natural mutton-generating trap. Sorry, sheep.
Mountainous Snowy Island
- 3273650411067511766 (1.8.8)
Not all islands have to be tropical, you know. The highest points of this Extreme Hills island are dusted with snow and covered with clouds. The downside is that there are no animals living on the island, so your lunchtime BLT ain’t happening here. It’s far from a hostile place, though: there’s tons of exposed coal in the cliffs, and plenty of trees and grass to get you up and running.
Minecraft Pocket Edition seeds
Amazing Aquatic Minecraft PE Seed
- 3181587 (1.14)
This is a handy seed if you want a world that lets you immediately get into some aquatic action. Nearby the island spawn you’ll find an ocean ruin, ocean monument, a mushroom biome, and an iceberg field. That’s a pretty rare combination to find so close together.
Diamonds Below Spawn Village
Sometimes you just want to hop into a new Minecraft world and get some good tools quickly. With this seed, you’re guaranteed to find some handy diamonds early on if you head to the village near spawn and start digging. For the best chance at finding a diamond cluster, dig straight down from the handing bell in the village.
Coastal Blacksmith Village by Giant Ravine
- -1166728700 (1.9)
You definitely want to check out this picturesque blacksmith village. Not only is it on a peaceful sandy coast, but flanking it from the left is a giant ravine. It’s such a cool place to explore, but even cooler if you decide to build your own home nearby. It kind of has everything: good sights, useful resources, and a friendly village.
Shipwreck Overtaken by Coral Reef
- 1091912512 (1.7.1)
I’ll take any excuse to diver underwater and visit a coral reef in Minecraft. They’re beautiful enough to justify a trip in their own right, but this seed spawns the player near a reef that has overtaken a sunken ship! It’s a fun and pretty way to get a jump start on your new Minecraft world.
Here’s our definitive list of the best Minecraft seeds, from cool to village and survival seeds.