A grain or seed in Minecraft is a string of characters (which may include numbers) that is used as the basis for generating each game world. This allows players to try something new without spending a lot of time creating a world from scratch.

We get the finished world in 1.16.5 .

How to use seeds in Minecraft

  • Launch Minecraft
  • Start single player
  • You need the menu item “Create a new world…”
  • Then click on “Advanced World Settings”
  • In the field “Key for generating the world” insert the seed code (seeds for 1.7.10 later in the material)
  • Click “Create New World”
  • Done, after downloading you will be taken to the generated Minecraft map

Seeds for Minecraft 1.16.5

  • Multi-level zombie village (seed code: 7228378262228907189). This village is located on several levels, and it is inhabited by zombies
  • An abandoned mine near two villages (seed code: -4585034502554913698). Two not too big villages, next to which there is an abandoned mine
  • Many mines, a portal and an underwater fortress (seed code: -1675848144). On this map, there are several entrances to the mine at once, a portal is located in the south, and an underwater fortress is located in the central part, a little closer to the northwest.
  • Desert Mesa (seed code: 4517654654). Quite an unusual and unique seed with a rare biome and a bunch of gold scattered around the map.
  • A lonely island with a village on it (seed code: 4323232611330886378). Icebergs are scattered around this island, and on the island itself there is a village.
  • Gorgeous mountain (seed code: 234567897654). At the spawn of this world there is a tall mountain, and behind it is no less bizarre terrain: a river, hills and other beauties of Minecraft.

Screenshots of seeds for Minecraft 1.16.5

Seeds for Minecraft 1.16.5

Multilevel zombie village

Abandoned mine near two villages

Seeds for Minecraft 1.16.5

Mesa with desert

Seeds for Minecraft 1.16.5

Lonely island with a village on it

Seeds for Minecraft 1.16.5

Gorgeous Mountain

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