Minecraft successfully completed in less than 10 minutes, new world record

Minecraft is all about creativity and taking your time - but what if you do neither? YouTuber and Twitch livestreamer Funderful1000 uploaded a video on his YouTube channel breaking the world record for 'completing' Minecraft - clocking in at nine minutes and 40 seconds.

https://youtu.be/HZTS3yfwB1U

But how did he do it? He used a world generator seed that placed a dungeon very close to spawn, and traveled to the End as fast as possible. From there it was just a matter of defeating the Ender Dragon with an exploding bed and he could travel back home.

It's impressive to say the least - even with knowing where a portal room was already, no cheats or mods were used. The previous record holder was a Twitch livestreamer named 'illumina1337', who completed it in 10 minutes and 44 seconds. Now let's see if someone can beat this new time.

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JoshB104
March 21, 2015 at 7:29 PM delete

Wow that is very impressive.

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Zachary Aranha
March 22, 2015 at 1:51 AM delete

but seriously, that... is... beyond words

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March 22, 2015 at 2:20 AM delete

Oh my… well at least I learned a trick to go to the Nether faster XD
Also he cusses a lot at the end.

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Adam Easley
March 24, 2015 at 7:17 AM delete

Mind....blown.... Lol but that nether run!?! How is that possible!?!?! GG to this guy he did awesome!

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