Little H has become a little bit Minecraft obsessed and so I’ve been trawling the internet for some ideas for Christmas presents. To be perfectly honest, half the time I have no idea what she’s talking about so just smile and nod, but Minecraft presents will get me a lot of brownie points!
I’ve found some quite good suggestions, so thought I’d share these with you all in case you’re also a bit clueless when it comes to creepers, zombies, enderman and mobs.
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10 Christmas Gift Ideas For Minecraft Fans
Minecraft + Lego has got to equal a good present – even if you don’t have a clue what mooshrooms and creepers are! I love Lego as it keeps kids amused for such a long time.
A must for all Minecraft fans to brush up on their survival skills and learn some new cheats. You could even have a sneaky read yourself so you can understand what your child is talking to you about.
These cute little animals are apparently “so cool!”. That’s good enough for me!
I’ve had a request for a Creeper Backpack to replace her girly Frozen one – she’s definitely growing up! This one looks like it’s a good size and I think it would be a popular choice.
If your child plays Minecraft on an Xbox this would be an amazing gift. We have a Playstation though and I haven’t managed to find a controller like this for that.
This is Steve, he’s the default Minecraft character that you get to play with. This Steve figure plus a chest, bed, sword and axe, might tear them away from the screen by persuading them they can still play Minecraft of some sort.
As well as wanting to get rid of her Disney backpack, Little H also wants to ditch the princessy clothing so this would probably be well received!
So this is what a Creeper looks like. If your child still likes teddies and plushies then this would be a nice present for younger Minecraft fans.
This is one of the building blocks you can select in the game to build your houses from. A cool addition to a more grown-up bedroom.
If your child has played the normal Minecraft to death then Minecraft Story Mode is another good game to try. You can go on a quest, answering questions as you go to decide how the game plays out.
I hope these have given you some inspiration if you have been a bit clueless about Minecraft and want to look like a cool parent! 😉
If you have any other suggestions for gift ideas for Minecraft fans do let me know in the comments below!