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Seed: 939276771201220157
Version: 1.8.1

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.

Seed: 7000
Version: 1.16

Mushroom Islands

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.

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.

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.

Seed: 686298914
Version: 1.8.8

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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.

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.

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.

Seaside Mega-Taiga

Best survival seed ever; 10/10, would go mad there again.

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.

This island village seed looks like something that crawled right out of The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker. You’ll spawn right in the middle of this idyllic little island village surrounded by ocean with several watchtowers and houses. It even has a small cave below the village where you can begin your mining operation. Lurking just outside the edge of town, beyond the wooden docks, is an ocean temple. This one would definitely pair well with the Wind Waker-themed option on our best Minecraft texture packs list.

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.