This is the first year that both of my children have played Minecraft. To be honest, I don’t mind if they play Minecraft; it’s one of the only video games where I think they can genuinely use their imagination. Actually, it’s very much like constructing something out of Legos in the digital world!
These days, I can’t stop thinking about snowman DIY projects, therefore I’ve been focusing on making stuff related to them. However, I had no intentions of writing a Minecraft-related article.
I believed it could be a quick read for kids looking for an explanation. After all, there are certain gaming technology sites that aren’t exactly user-friendly (for the non gamer like myself).
In this short guide, I’ll explain (or have my son explain) the basics of How To Make a Snowman in Minecraft?.
Minecraft Snowman Tutorial
You must first stack two snow blocks by clicking on them and placing them on top of each other. Then you must click on the jack-o’-lantern or pumpkin and place it on top of the snow blocks.
To transform a jack-face o’-lantern’s into a snowman’s, select the “shear” tool and then click the pumpkin.
Just below, you’ll notice that we’ve stacked two snow cubes on top of each other.
After that, you place a jack-o’-lantern atop the snow tower. A snow golem is another name for this.
A Snow Golem, You Ask?
Snow golems, described as “snowman-like utility mobs” in the Minecraft, are used to defend against hostile and neutral mobs.
How spooky is that carved pumpkin? You may also make a snowman by stacking snow blocks and then placing a standard pumpkin (not carved).
In the image below, you can see where we utilised a shear to transform the jack-o’-lantern face into a snowman’s.
Can someone tell me what a Snowman does in Minecraft?
Only in the Taiga, Tundra, and Extreme Hills biomes do they leave behind snowy footprints as they traverse the landscape. As they perish, they leave behind snowballs.
Okay, that’s all for now. In Minecraft, your snowman is now smiling!