Minecraft fan creates a Globe shaped base in the game

One of the best base ideas we’ve seen

A new build has shown up here and today, we’re featuring a rather cool and creative base that a Minecraft player has designed. Minecraft is known for its creative liberty and the scope for creating amazing builds that show off the hard work and determination of the players. We’ve seen a bunch of pretty amazing builds and bases so far but today, we have a base that looks really really beautiful in the form of a Globe. 

The Globe shaped base in Minecraft features Tiny biomes, houses, and more

Created and posted on Reddit by u/SuperOzen, the build shows off a bunch of different additions by the creator, who managed to scale down a bunch of biomes, adding in a little cottage along with plenty of concrete, lapis, and glass in various shades of blue and cyan for the water. Additionally, there are snowy mountain peaks, mesas, deserts, tundras, and some other features of the construction that make it stand out. 

While this isn’t the biggest or the grandest build we’ve seen, it’s certainly eye-catching and a really good idea for a base. The user also posted another build on the platform, this time, showing off their Nether Portal built on a scaled-down moon, matching their globe. 

Other additions to our list of mindblowing Minecraft builds include someone who terraformed the Nether with 3 Million blocks, a baseball stadium, a giant statue, the recreation of a DOOM poster, Africa’s Toto, Metallica’s Master of Puppets album cover, actually playable games like Snake game, Valorant, and Super Mario, locations like SpongeBob SquarePants’ Krusty Krab, abandoned and urban cities, the fictional planet of Gallifrey, Bloodborne’s Yharnam, One Piece’ Onigashima, the Milky Way which got featured on an official Minecraft video and even more.

What are your thoughts about the Globe Base build in Minecraft? Let us know in the comments below!

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