I wrote another Minecraft Visualization tool to compare the sizes of worlds, structures and mobs! So, let's take a look at the biggest, the smallest and the inbetween, and compare sizes in Minecraft! Link to sources is below.
The values apply to the latest version of Minecraft Java edition, unless otherwise specified. The sizes may be subject to change in future updates.
Disclaimer: No one is without fault, and although I do my best researching, the sizes in this video may be invalid, incorrect or not up to date. You can find a link that lists my online sources below.
I wrote this little visualization tool myself as a web app again, though hopefully a bit less laggy than my last Minecraft Probability Comparison video. I once again recorded the result using Mozilla Firefox and OBS, instead of NVIDIA Shadow Play which I normally use to record my Minecraft gameplays.
It took a really long time to get all the images for this video. For some, like the woodland mansion or the ocean monument, I even had to pretty much "excavate" them, meaning that I had to remove everything below, above and beside them to get good pictures. That was no fun, I can tell you.
Anyway, in this video I take a look at Minecraft sizes and compare them, like the sizes of Chunks, the End, the Nether, and worlds in different editions, as well as the sizes of different Minecraft mobs like Giants, Ghasts, Creepers, Spiders, Bees, and more! I also take a look at and compare the sizes of Minecraft structures like end ships, shipwrecks, ocean ruins, fossils and jungle trees!
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