Every Minecraft world is completely unique and progressively generated when players press the ‘create world’ button. Each of them has a randomly generated seed (a code containing a combination of numbers and letters) or a particular one fed by the player before creating it. However, if players only have screenshots of a world and want to find the seed of that world, it can be challenging.
Recently, a Redditor called ‘u/Baaasg’ posted a few pictures of two Minecraft worlds on the game’s official server. One picture was taken from an extremely old game version, beta 1.7.3, while the same world was loaded in 1.16.5. Despite having screenshots and information that the world was loaded in a new game version, the original poster did not know its seed.
The first picture was a generic view from a hilltop, while other images showcased a structure made in the newer version. There was a bridge, a tall building adjacent to a mountain, and a small safehouse on top of the mountain.
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Users discuss how to find seed of a Minecraft world just through screenshots
Since Minecraft seeds are so random and long, they are impossible to guess and extremely difficult to find just by looking at a few pictures of the terrain. The post went viral on the official subreddit since many players are interested in seeds and steps to find them. Within a day, it accrued more than five thousand…
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