✔ Minecraft: 15 Things You Didn’t Know About Cake

THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT CAKE Cake will always orient itself in the same direction. You’ll always be eating off the west side of the cake! If I’m jumping around aimlessly in this video, it’s just because I’m waiting to get hungry. :] The cake actually has a really interesting backstory. It was added following the ModDB 2010 Indie of the Year Awards. It was a competition for Indie games, where Minecraft competed. Notch, the creator of the game, really wanted it to win. Notch agreed to add cake to Minecraft, if it won the competition. This led to a campaign called “The Quest For Cake”, Minecraft ended up winning 3/7 awards, and cake was added. Now, back to the present for the next fun fact. The icing on the cake indicates how many slices are left. Cake hasn’t always had the same amount of slices. From 1.2 to 1.7, cake had only 6 slices for you to enjoy. From 1.2 to 1.7, this was the final big slice. From 1.8 and forward, this has been 2 slices. Which is why you can eat half of it. Cake is one of the few food items that you can’t stack. I could only find 3 other food item that weren’t stackable! Beetroot soup… Rabbit stew… And mushroom stew. The farmer villager actually has cake as a selling option! An emerald for a cake, what a deal! The cake is actually not a block wide, It’s 7/8’s of a block. You can actually stand on the block below the cake. If you’re hungry enough, you can create a cake staircase! This takes advantage of the different cake sizes. With each cake being slightly smaller, you can jump from one to the next! 😀 This allows for some extremely steep stairs. I’m waiting to get hungry, I’ll fast forward a little. If you’re enjoying the video, leave me a like! :I You can also subscribe if you weren’t already! Here is a question for you: How many cakes wide would a 100 block tall set of stairs be? As there are 7 slices, it’s 7 blocks tall for each block wide! You’ll only need a width of 15 cakes to reach a height of 100! Until beta 1.8, the cake restored health instead of hunger. This was the case for all food items, as the hunger bar didn’t exist yet. :] Minecraft used to have achievements, not advancements. Crafting a cake gave an achievement called “The Lie”. The name is a reference to the video game “Portal”. It used to be a fun little easter egg, now it’s gone. Cake can be used to break gravity affected blocks, It’s not the most cheapest tool though, you could use a torch. There’s no way to pick up a cake you’ve placed. Even tools with silk touch leave you disappointed. Cake has a cool interaction with comparators. A whole cake outputs a strong signal. Let’s take some damage to get hungry… Once you start eating the cake, the signal becomes weaker. And of course, when the cake is gone, the signal dies too. Cake and wool make the exact same sounds. Thanks for watching!!! Click one of these video for more

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