The original screen seed for Minecraft's title screen has been found.
Since the 1.8 beta's initial release, the Minecraft title screen seed that appears behind the background world in the game's first menu has been a mystery. Redditors determined to discover the unique order numbers that generate the world that players around the world have seen and clicked past to go back to their blocky save have discovered it.
Although it's not something that I think about much, I can't help but be impressed by the many weeks of work that went into getting into the title page. With the help of [email protected], Tomlacko and others have been working out the exact world coordinates and Z coordinates based on the title screen's cloud images. They then pooled their research to let us all step into the screen to explore.
The real question is: What is the Minecraft title seed? How can you use it to create this historic Mojang environment? This is everything you need to know about the Minecraft title screen.
To learn more about these code combinations, visit our Minecraft seeds guide. It will help you input them and identify the best ones for your next adventure. In short, seeds are a set of numbers that act as rules to create a specific world. You could create a world with all the loot and breathtaking landscapes you desire, or with the title screen seed, bring a little bit of Minecraft history to life.
However, seeds can be unique and you can have two that produce very similar worlds. There are two title screen seeds that work. The Minecraft title screen can be viewed by keeping this in mind.
Version: Beta 1.7.3Coordinates X=61.48 Y=75, Z=–68.73
Seed: 2151901553968352745 Or 8091867987493326313
There you are. You can now enter either seed and travel to the co-ordinates to see the once-blurred land. These Minecraft maps will take you to the next place after you've eaten your picnic and visited the gift shop. You'll never again need to take a vacation with this and other favorite seed destinations.