Chunkbase Biome Finder

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In Minecraft, biomes are regions with various geographical features, heights, flora, temperatures, sky and foliage colors, and humidity ratings. They separate every generated world into different environments like jungles, forests, deserts and taigas. Now, there are 10 natural biomes with 2 biomes which are not really biomes, but dimensions. The current biomes in Minecraft are Plains, Forest, Desert, Extreme Hills, Jungle, Snowy Plains, Snow Jungles, Swamp, Mushroom and Ocean.

What is a biome finder that we can use in Minecraft? There is Chunk Base Biome Finder. Have you ever used it? Or, you may just heard it now. Well, Chunk Base is actually a site which provides you with a number of finders and mods. So, on this site, you are not only able to find Biome finder but also other finders such as:

  • Village Finder
  • Dungeon Finder
  • Stronghold Finder
  • Jungle Temple Finder
  • Desert Temple Finder
  • Witch Hut Finder
  • Buried Treasure Finder
  • Shipwreck Finder
  • Mansion Finder
  • Monument Finder
  • Pillager Outpost Finder
  • Mineshaft Finder
  • Ruined Portal Finder
  • Slime Chunk Finder
  • Igloo Finder
  • Ocean Ruin Finder
  • End City Finder
  • Nether Fortress Finder
  • Ruined Portal Finder
  • Bastion Finder

Do you want to use a Biome Finder on the Chunk Base site? The first thing that you have to do to use biome finder on that site is to visit the Chunk Base site at chunkbase.com. When you are in the homepage of this site, you will be able to see that there are some menus on the top including Home, Apps, Mods and Tuts. Go to the Apps menu to use finder. After clicking on the Apps menu, then you will be able to see a number of finders there as listed above. The thing that you have to do is to click on Biome so that it will bring you to the Biome Finder.

Now, you are in the Biome Finder. To find a biome there, you have to enter the seed of your world in Minecraft and the version of the Minecraft that you use. So, you need to know the seed of your world. If you are playing Survival Singleplayer, the app will fetch the seed from your savegame. Or, you are able to use the /seed command in the game. If you are playing Survival Multiplayer, you are able to use the similar command if you have sufficient rights.

If you have entered your seed and version, you are able to begin using the map. If you want to scroll, you can do it by using your arrow keys while your mouse cursor points at the map or you can move your mouse while holding down the left mouse button. How about zooming? You can do it by using the slider below the map or your mousewheel.

When you use this finder, it is important for you to know that this app uses some relatively new web technologies. Therefore, some features may be disabled for older browsers. It is recommended for you to use the latest version of a major browser such as Edge, Safari, Firefox and Chrome.

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