A recent update to Minecraft allows players to create new worlds using a seed, which is essentially a number or phrase or string of characters that acts as a variable in whatever algorithm(s) the game uses to generate its random worlds. The result is a system where players can reliably recreate the same world(s) again if they wish.
It’s been a few weeks (or maybe a couple months, I’ve lost track) since this feature was added, and people have been collecting the most interesting seed phrases they’ve found so far in a repository called Minecraft Seeds.
It’s free. It’s awesome. Go look.
Still haven’t tried Minecraft? Come on, I talk about it like once a month at least, go check it out!
Have a great week folks