WASHINGTON, August 27, 2013 – With its exciting features, including bedazzling like explosions, the Hot Potato mini game will surely not disappoint.
Minecraft’s Hot Potato can be played with a max of 24 people but the game can start with 12. Just like in the children’s game, one randomly chosen victim will be stuck with the potato having only 18 seconds to pass it on.
As the game progresses, time duration will slowly minimize to make the game harder.
Making game play challenging are the items that are dispensed at random. Plopping out from dispensers are snowballs, Ender Pearls, ice blocks, eggs, Force Potatos, and Core Gems. All those items have there own special abilities like the ice block allows you to freeze a player or the current player holding the potato.
Force Potatos can literally force the hot potato on to another person changing the game.
Minecraft mini games are a great way to kill some time with your friends on Minecraft.
In this video watch as MCairsoft14, Qfence, and ButterWarrior tackle this mini game they shriek in fear as the Hot Potato player chases them. Luckily Qfence’s game crashes saving him from sure death leaving MCairsoft14 and ButterWarrior to fend for their lives.
Hot Potato is a great and exciting game that has a lot to offer I hope you enjoy this game as much as I did. Minecraft Hot Potato mini game can be located at http://www.coremc.us.
Minecraft is an open world game that provides an environment controlled by the player who has infinite freedom in how they will play the game.
The game starts with the player virtually stepping onto the Minecraft surface, a horizontal online plane.
Minecraft features two alternate dimensions besides the main world – the Nether and The End. The Nether is a hell-like dimension accessed via player-built portals that contains many unique resources and can be used to travel great distances in the overworld. The End is a barren land in which a boss dragon called the Ender Dragon dwells.
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