Concrete was added to Minecraft in 2017. It doesn’t offer the kind of explosion-proof combat in the game you’d expect. Compared to stone, it ranks very low on the list of blocks that offer any meaningful explosive resistance. That said, Concrete looks so much better than stone, masonry, and even flat stone that many consumers prefer for better, more sensitive buildings.
Concrete in Minecraft
Concrete will not seep naturally in Minecraft. It is something that needs to be cured. He uses blocks quite commonly for crafts, however, color is one of the things needed to cure a concrete block. Concrete cannot be formed without color. The color determines the color of the block.
Craft concrete in Minecraft
There are concrete blocks crafts in stacks of 8. You must;
- 4 blocks of sand
- 4 blocks of gravel
- 1 color of the color you want the block to be
The recipe for Concrete is ‘shapeless’ ie, it doesn’t matter what order the items are placed in. You can put the sand, gravel and dye in any arrangement in the craft board matrix (see picture below).
Concrete colors in Minecraft
Concrete can be cured in 16 colors. You only have color for the color. The available colors, and the color material are given below.
- Black color: ink sack (from squid) or whiter rising in a crafting plate
- Blue color: Lapis Lazuli or Cornflower in a crafting table
- Brown color: cocoa beans in a crafting table
- Cyan color: Blue and green color or Lapis Lazuli and green color in crafting table
- Green color: cook cactus in the furnace
- Gray color: Black and white color or ink sack and white color in crafting board.
- Light blue color: Orchor blue in crafting plate
- Light gray: Azure Bluet or Oxeye Daisy or White Tulip in a crafting table
- Lime green color: cook sea cucumber in the furnace
- Magenta: Lilac or Allium, or purple and pink, or red and blue and pink, or red and blue and white in crafting board.
- Orange color: Orange tulip in a crafting table or combine yellow and red in a crafting table
- Pink color: Peony or pink tulip in a crafting table, or red and white in a crafting table
- Purple color: Blue and red, or red and Lapis Lazuli color in crafting table
- Red color: Poppy, or red tulip, or beetroot, or rose bush in a crafting table
- White color: bonemeal or lily of the valley in a crafting board
- Yellow color: Dandelion or sunflower in a crafting table
Concrete must be colored. You can use white or gray colors if you don’t want anything bright but you can’t remove color from the recipe. Unlike glass which can be cured without any color, and its color later if a user wants, Concrete does not have a ‘colorless’ option.
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