"Minecraft" is an independent game that lets players create a wide variety of objects and buildings in a first-person environment. You have to mine the materials for the items you make, which makes each item precious. Items also have a "health bar" that wears out with use and makes them non-usable. However, there are at least four ways you can duplicate (dupe) items. Use these methods to gain huge inventories that can give you a major advantage in your building and mining operation.
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Select "multiplayer" after you log in at the "Minecraft" website. This cheat works only in multiplayer online games. Pick a server on which you want to play; there will be several servers available. Make a chest using wood and place the item you want to duplicate inside the chest. Click the item rapidly inside the chest. This often causes the item to duplicate.
Create a portal to "The Nether" using black stones found near lava. Make a chest using wood and place it next to your portal. Put the items in the chest and enter the portal. Right-click on the chest just before you get teleported. Your inventory will stay open as you teleport. Place the items into your inventory. Step back into the portal to teleport back to the normal world. Your items should be inside the chest and in your inventory.
Take the item you want out of your inventory and click to the right of your inventory screen to throw it to the ground. Run on it to pick it up and immediately hit "e" to go to your inventory. Make sure your item is in your inventory and then exit the game. Restart the game and your item should be lying on the ground and duplicated in your inventory. Run over it to pick it up.
Place a picture on the wall and left-click it to remove it from the wall. Right-click it immediately to place it back on the wall. Do this repeatedly until you eventually earn an extra picture. This method works with pictures only.
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