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Aimed at kids who already play Minecraft, this guide will teach coding through a series of "Recipes" (the term used in-game when crafting new objects). For example, in the game, one of the first things any player must do is create a Workbench, or Crafting Table, which will in turn enable the player to create sophisticated tools. Recipe 1 in the book (the term Recipe and Chapter is interchangeable) is 'A modding Workbench' and its ingredients are the tools the reader will need to begin modding.
Part I : Basic Modding
Recipe 1: Your Modding Workbench
Recipe 2: Rolling Dice
Recipe 3: Greeting Players
Recipe 4: Create a Fireworks Show
Recipe 5: Don't stray too far
Recipe 6: A number-guessing game
Part II: Advanced Modding
Recipe 7: Arrows that Teleport you.
Recipe 8: A TNT-Free Zone
Recipe 9: It's a small world
Recipe 10: Horse-Clicker, A simple mini-game
Recipe 11: Snowball Fight, A player-vs-player mini-game
Recipe 12: Piggie Pandemonium, A pig-herding mini-game