This guide will provide you with the easiest method to set a SLIME FARM in Minecraft Bedrock.
You’d need the following items:
15 Magma Blocks
1 Water bucket
2 Snow blocks
1 Craved pumpkin
Follow these steps to make the farm:
Step 1: You need to find a place where you want to build your farm.
This farm has to be built in a slime chunk.
Step 2: Go to your settings and find your seed.
Step 3: Now go to the chunk site.
Step 4: Paste the seed in the Seed section, and select Bedrock as the version.
Step 5: Scroll down all the way to the bottom.
Step 6: Put your current coordinates in.
Step 7:Click on go.
Step 8:The red dot is your current location. Every green square is a slime chunk.
Step 9: Click on the slime chunk that is close to you.
Step 10: Here you can see the exact coordinates of this slime chunk.
Step 11: Now go back into your game, and mark your slime chunk.
Step 12: Your area should be 16×16, you have to dig down, because of the ocean.
Step 13: Go to a corner of your slime chunk.
Step 14: Just like this.
Step 15: Stand on the slime chunk coordinate and mine to Y=10.
Step 16: Once at Y=10, you have one corner done. You now need to do the opposite corner too.
Step 17: Go to the opposite corner, and do the same thing. Mine to Y=10.
Step 18: Nice work! Your other hole is there.
Step 19: To get to that hole, you need to mine 15 blocks to this side.
Step 20: Make sure this tunnel is 3 blocks in height.
Step 21: Once you’ve 15 blocks mined, you need to mine 15 blocks in this direction too.
Step 22: You will reach the other hole.
Step 23: You now need to dig out this selection.
Step 24: Once done, go to the middle and make a 4×4 hole.
Step 25: Place torches on the walls, you have to do this to prevent other mobs from spawning.
Step 26: Go to your hole in the middle, and dig it out by 3 more blocks.
Step 27: Time to place the magma blocks. You can shift on a magma block to take no damage.
Step 28: You should leave one block open. Let’s make your collection system.
Step 29: Place a double chest down right here. Place glass blocks on top, so slimes can’t spawn in that area.
Step 30: Close it off, and connect a hopper to your chest.
Step 31: Place a glass pane at the top.
Step 32: Place a water source on the opposite side of your glass pane.
Step 33: For the next part, go out of your hole and look up.
Step 34: You need to mirror the hole below you above the ceiling.
Step 35: As you can see, it’s exactly mirrored.
Step 36: Make it 3 blocks deeper.
Step 37: Your farm is almost done, dig this 2×2 area out.
Step 38: Make it 1 block deeper.
Step 39: Place a fence in a random corner.
Step 40: Place temporary blocks right here.
Step 41: Make a snow golem on top of these temporary blocks.
Step 42: Put the golem on a lead and connect it to the fence.
Step 43: Remove the temporary blocks.
Step 44: You can give the snow golem a nametag if you want to be sure that it doesn’t despawn.
Step 45: Turn around, and dig out 24 blocks into the wall like this.
Step 46: It is going to be your AFK spot.
Step 47: You need to stand here for slimes to spawn.
Step 48: As you can see, a slime already spawned.
Step 49: It will get killed and the items will go into the chest.
Step 50: To access the chest, go to the chest corner and mine these blocks.
Step 51: Place a trapdoor, you can even place ladders if you want to.
Step 52: Now you have a working slime farm. Now you will find how much slime you can get from a 10-minute AFK Session.
Step 53: Let’s check the rates.
Step 54: That’s 35 stacks of slimes balls per hour.