Minecraft is one of the best, stress-free, open world games you can play. The game has an offline mode, an online mode, and a multiplayer mode. The worlds that Minecraft creates are the result of an algorithm that the game uses to generate blocks and biomes, villages, strongholds, etc. The key to a world’s layout is the seed used to generate it and users can provide their own seed value to create worlds. When you seed worlds in Minecraft, you can use a specific seed value that will generate certain structures.
If you can’t find a jungle temple, or a desert temple, you can use a seed to generate a world where structures are guaranteed to generate nearby. A seed isn’t just useful for generating structures but also for generating different resources e.g., coal or diamonds at or near your spawn point. Here’s how you seed worlds in Minecraft bedrock edition.
Seed Worlds In Minecraft
The tricky part of finding a seed is to find one that was created before any algorithm updates. Normally, an algorithm updates when new blocks are added. You can find seeds online. There are multiple websites that list seeds and the worlds they will generate. Find a seed that’s fairly recent since Minecraft just added quite a few new blocks.
You can use this one if you want. It promises three villages close to your spawn point and a deep ravine that goes down to levels 12 to 16. This is the level where you can find diamonds though there’s no guarantee that you will find diamonds there. The seed doesn’t promise that.
You can only use a seed when you first generate a world. You cannot use it once a world has been created. Open Minecraft and click the Play button. On the Worlds screen, click Create New and Create New World.
On the Create New World screen, scroll down and look for the Seed field. Enter the seed value here, give your world a custom name, and choose whether or not you want to create it in Creative or Survival mode. That’s all it takes, just click the Create button.
Load the world and your villages should be nearby. The ravine is there too but we couldn’t get it all in one screenshot. It’s nearby so look around a bit.
Seeds for the Java version aren’t compatible with the bedrock version so make sure that the one you find is meant for that version of Minecraft. If the world doesn’t load, create it again in creative mode and take a good look around to make sure the structures have loaded.