This article is about user-created tutorials. For survival mode tutorial hints, see Tutorial hints. For the tutorial world that existed in Legacy Console Edition, see Legacy Console Edition tutorial. For tutorials for Minecraft Dungeons, see MCD:Tutorials.

The list below contains tutorials describing various factors of Minecraft.


These tutorials are designed to help newcomers to Minecraft get a basic ground beneath their feet.

Newcomer survival



These tutorials are intended for right after you have a roof over your head and a renewable food source. These tutorials shed light on some of the core fixtures of Minecraft gameplay. As such, you should consider reading them all.


Getting to know the game better. These are for when the player is comfortably established.



Non-standard survival

Challenge maps

Exploiting bugs

These tutorials rely on bugs to work and may be fixed at any time. Some servers may consider the use of these bugs as bannable.


These tutorials provide information on crop and mob farming. In most cases, the player has a choice among a variety of farming methods and designs. While a huge automatic farm may be useful where large supplies of something are needed, it's important to remember that a small, simple farm can easily provide enough resources for an early-game player, or casual use in general.



Enchanting and smelting

These tutorials provide information on how the furnaces and the enchantment system work.

Block breaking

These tutorials provide information on how to break blocks automatically, usually by an explosion.

Redstone and mechanisms

These tutorials provide information on redstone mechanisms.

Redstone basics

Various devices


Redstone (advanced)


These tutorials provide information on how servers work and how to set up one.


These tutorials provide information on technical matters, such as mods and snapshots.

Creating Minecraft media

Bedrock Edition only


Outdated tutorials

The following tutorials are obsolete and intended for older versions of Minecraft.

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