Whether you build towers of obsidian after tireless mining , explore the randomly generated worlds, or speed-run to destroy the Enderdragon, Minecraft is a game that contains plenty of content that will keep you enjoying the game for months. For me, I especially enjoy the music of Minecraft. German composer and fellow geek C418 created a soundtrack for the game which matched its style – Simple, calming, pastoral, a strong contrast to most games in the market. If you want to listen to them on demand, you could always purchase the soundtrack, but why spend four bucks to enjoy this great music whereever you want? (This is a silly question- you really should purchase the soundtrack!)
Instead, you could follow this fantastic tutorial and earn yourself music discs (which will play the song when inserted into a jukebox) in game! In order to collect these hard to find items, the spontaneously-exploding creeper must be shot to death with an arrow. Not just any arrow, but the arrow of a skeleton archer, who is far more interested in killing you than fulfilling their true purpose in life, giving you awesome music to listen to in your free time. In the field, pulling off this feat is a practical impossibility. Following the suggestion of OldLineCinema48, a little bit of planning and clever use of pistons will go a long way to earning you access to the full set of eleven discs in just a few nights.
Now that Minecraft has released for Xbox Live Arcade, what are you waiting for? Get mining!