By itself, a continent in Infinite Craft may not sound like it’d accomplish much, but this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Here’s how to make a continent in Infinite Craft.
How to Create a Continent in Infinite Craft
Creating a continent in Infinite Craft involves using two basic elements, water and Earth, to make oceans and islands. First, you’ll combine water to make a lake and ocean before using Earth to turn this into an island and, finally, a continent.
In short, you can use the combinations below to make a continent:
- Water + Water = Lake
- Lake + Water = Ocean
- Ocean + Earth = Island
- Island + Earth = Continent
Since you start Infinite Craft with water and Earth, this is a straightforward process once you know the recipes. With your water, combine them to make a lake before using a third water to create an ocean. From here, merge Earth with your ocean to make an island before taking a second Earth node and combining them to get your continent.
Now that you have a continent, you can merge it with just about anything to make new items, with the list below providing you with a few ideas:
- Continent + Fire = Volcano
- Continent + Wind = Sand
- Continent + Earth = Land
- Continent + Continent = Pangaea
- Pangaea + Pangaea = Supercontinent
- Continent + Island = Archipelago
From here, you have many options for where to go with your merging. Within minutes, I found combinations resulting in Hawaii, America, and a train, which led to dozens of wild results as I kept going. Eventually, I went in a completely different direction, focusing on making items like Adam and Eve to unlock humans and figure out how far this game goes.
How to Make America in Infinite Craft
You can make America in Infinite Craft by combining Continent with Rainbow. A quick recipe for Continent is Island + Earth. To create a Rainbow, you can combine Rain + Fire. Finally, combine Rainbow + Continent to make America. Why a Rainbow specifically? It might be an LGBTQ+ reference, given how prominent LGBTQ+ rights and movements are in the United States. That or it might be a reference to American diversity.
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