Slimes in Minecraft are bouncy block-shaped mobs that are very hostile towards players.
Players can obtain slimeballs by killing slimes. Slimeballs are used to craft magma cream in Minecraft. Magma cream is used to craft blast furnace bricks, which can be used to create a blast furnace and infernal bricks.
Players can also use magma cream for more resourceful items such as potions. Fire resistance potions and splash potions can be created using magma cream.
Players can create a slime block using nine slimeballs in Minecraft. Slime blocks can be converted back to slime balls just by breaking them.
Oddly, players can find slimeballs from the sneeze of a panda in Minecraft. However, this is a rare occurrence.
Where are slimes located in Minecraft?
#1 Swamp biomes
Slime can easily be found in swamp biomes in Minecraft. Players will likely see slime roaming around the area. However, they should be careful as these mobs are incredibly hostile.
Players will easily be able to find swamp biomes in Minecraft. These biomes have large mushroom figures, and the water is usually a darker color in a green shade.
#2 Slime chunks
Players can also find slime inside of slime chunks in Minecraft. Slime chunks can be found in caves below the 40th layer. Players can also dig underground, create a platform and wait for slimes to spawn.
Slime will spawn in caves that have slime chunks with block areas of 16 x 16 x 16. However, slime chunks are not guaranteed in every seed.