Minecraft Game

Minecraft Card Game Game Rules


Minecraft Game Instructions




Average Price: $7.00
Playing Time: 20 min.
Ages: 8+
Players: 2 - 4

Summary:
If you love Minecraft, you'll love this fun card game that continues the fun of the original game. The Minecraft card game has fun authentic illustrations on the cards that will remind of the real game. Players continue to seek out resources to gain points and ultimately win the game.

Players will attempt to collect and mine resources to be able to complete their craft card. Check out the official game rules below so you can learn and know exactly how to play the card game Minecraft. Let us know what you think about this card game and how it compares to the original game.

Object:
If you can gain the needed points for your game first you'll be the winner. See the game rules for points breakdown.

Contents:
Minecraft will come with 25 craft cards, 24 wood cards, 11 wild cards, 9 stone cards, 8 iron cards, 7 gold cards, 6 diamond cards, 5 creeper cards, 5 TNT cards, 4 card holders and the official Minecraft card game rules and instructions.

Minecraft Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Minecraft dice-card rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Minecraft.


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Jerry says:
11-11-2018

I have one more question that's not addressed in the official rules linked here: what do you do when the resources are all gone from a pile, or all the piles? Especially, how does TNT work if there's only 1 or 2 other piles?
Tyler says:
09-10-2018

It's ok to play with your own variation if you can't tell what the rules are supposed to be. Just have fun! That being the case, here are some answers: 1. The hoe is used to clear all the top resource cards, to uncover 5 new ones. This lets you use your two actions to maybe mine something good! (Tools don't use up an action.) 2. When you take TNT, you use it right away to get to take two other top cards, and discard the other two top cards. If you uncover a creeper (or several creepers) while taking/using TNT, finish the TNT action BEFORE everyone discards a resource card for each creeper. 3. If you uncover a creeper and someone has no resource cards, they don't have to discard any, and they don't need to use up a sword. (They have nothing to protect, so they are running away.) The rules say to flip the entire resource piles face up, but if you want to leave the piles face down except for the top card, that works just the same!
Nancy says:
08-13-2018

I'm so confused my son keeps giving me creepers and I don't understand!! please help
jonathan dorsey says:
02-22-2018

How do u play the minecraft card game
Josh says:
12-13-2017

Agreed. The hoe makes no sense and cards face up or face down make no sense. These rules need to be clarified. We play with resource cards down (except the first round). Then, the hoe functions like dynamite.
Wanda says:
12-07-2017

I have the same questions Sean asked . . .
Jonny says:
11-30-2017

My instructions say to o ly flip the top card of every resource pile over... not flip the whole pile over... so which is it?
Sean says:
09-23-2017

A couple of the rules are unclear to me. Please help! 1. When using the hoe, do the cleared resource cards go into the discard pile or into the player's hand? 2. What happens when a player uncovers a Creeper card after mining a TNT card? 3. What happens if a player does not have any resource cards to discard after uncovering a Creeper? Thank you in advance for your help!
Monjang says:
07-22-2017

I'm so exited to play this and so happy for the support of our game
 
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