Mining is an important part of the gameplay in Minecraft, as it allows you to gather resources that are essential for building structures, tools, and other items.
To mine a block, you need to use a tool that is appropriate for the type of block you want to mine.
Each type of block requires a different type of tool and takes different time to break.
Once you have the appropriate tool, you can mine a block by left-clicking it while facing it. The block will then be added to your inventory, and you can use it to craft new items.
When you mine some blocks like coal, iron, gold and diamond, it will be drop as an ore which will need to be smelted in a furnace to obtain the final resource.
It’s important to note that when you mine blocks, it’s not just the block itself you get. When you mine a block of coal ore.
As you explore deeper in the mine and encounter different levels of the underground, you will find new blocks and resources.
Mining is the process of using tools to obtain various resources, blocks and ores, you need to use the right tool for the right block and some blocks require special methods and tools to obtain them.