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The textures on the faces of blocks are 16×16 pixels. Most blocks are proportionately one cubic meter by default, but their shape can be changed using models. Most blocks also have static textures, though water, lava, Nether portal, End portal, End gateway, fire, sea lantern, command block, prismarine, and magma blocks are animated.

Using resource packs, the player can change the textures and resolution of blocks, including whether their texture is animated. They can also change the shapes of blocks using models and the size of blocks to any size with equal width and height, though sizes that are a power of two tend to work better.

These blocks can only be accessed in Bedrock Edition and New Nintendo 3DS Edition. In these versions, item frames work as block entities, stonecutters are only obtainable from creative mode inventory, through commands, or by inventory editing, and glowing obsidian, Invisible bedrock and nether reactor cores are not obtainable at all but continue to exist in old worlds.


The player could build with naturally occurring blocks, and can use bookshelfs, sponge, colored wool, brick, obsidian and moss stone. Operators of servers could also build bedrock. Some custom servers gave the ability to place grass blocks and fluid blocks, too.

The ability to obtain the item form of 26 technical blocks was removed. These were the bed (26), piston head and extension (34 36), redstone wire (55), wheat crops (59), standing and wall sign (63 68), wooden and iron door (64 71), lit redstone ore (74), unlit redstone torch (75), sugar cane (83), cake (92), unpowered and powered repeater (93 94), pumpkin and melon stem (104 105), nether wart (115), brewing stand (117), cauldron (118), lit redstone lamp (124), tripwire (132), flower pot (140), skull (144), and unpowered and powered comparator (149 150).

The ability to obtain the item form of 12 technical blocks was removed. These were flowing and stationary water and lava blocks (8, 9, 10 11), double stone and wooden slabs (43 125), fire blocks (51), nether and end portal blocks (90 119), cocoa pods (127), and potato and carrot crops (141 142).

• Certain blocks may interpret positions they cannot be placed in by normal means as a valid position. For example, a sign placed in midair via / setblock or through bugs will remain in midair even when updated, until either it is broken, or a block is placed below it and broken.

The textures on the faces of blocks are 16×16 pixels. Most blocks are proportionately one cubic meter by default, but their shape can be changed using models. Most blocks also have static textures, though water, lava, Nether portal, End portal, End gateway, fire, sea lantern, command block, prismarine, and magma blocks are animated.

Using resource packs, the player can change the textures and resolution of blocks, including whether their texture is animated. They can also change the shapes of blocks using models and the size of blocks to any size with equal width and height, though sizes that are a power of two tend to work better.

These blocks can only be accessed in Bedrock Edition and New Nintendo 3DS Edition. In these versions, item frames work as block entities, stonecutters are only obtainable from creative mode inventory, through commands, or by inventory editing, and glowing obsidian, Invisible bedrock and nether reactor cores are not obtainable at all but continue to exist in old worlds.

The player could build with naturally occurring blocks, and can use bookshelfs, sponge, colored wool, brick, obsidian and moss stone. Operators of servers could also build bedrock. Some custom servers gave the ability to place grass blocks and fluid blocks, too.

The ability to obtain the item form of 26 technical blocks was removed. These were the bed (26), piston head and extension (34 36), redstone wire (55), wheat crops (59), standing and wall sign (63 68), wooden and iron door (64 71), lit redstone ore (74), unlit redstone torch (75), sugar cane (83), cake (92), unpowered and powered repeater (93 94), pumpkin and melon stem (104 105), nether wart (115), brewing stand (117), cauldron (118), lit redstone lamp (124), tripwire (132), flower pot (140), skull (144), and unpowered and powered comparator (149 150).

The ability to obtain the item form of 12 technical blocks was removed. These were flowing and stationary water and lava blocks (8, 9, 10 11), double stone and wooden slabs (43 125), fire blocks (51), nether and end portal blocks (90 119), cocoa pods (127), and potato and carrot crops (141 142).

• Certain blocks may interpret positions they cannot be placed in by normal means as a valid position. For example, a sign placed in midair via / setblock or through bugs will remain in midair even when updated, until either it is broken, or a block is placed below it and broken.