This ThinkGeek Minecraft Set contains two pieces of goodies that would make your geek world light up. IT PRODUCES LEVEL 14 LIGHT. Sometimes it's just easier to buy the Torch instead of crafting it, especially IRL. So, when you've run out of charcoal and wood or just can't seem to make enough to stop hostile mobs from spawning, get yourself the Minecraft Wall Torch. Place one every 12 blo-feet in your home along the walls, and it'll stop any hostiles from popping up. Another plus is the most recent patch enabling you to mount your torch on glass. Melt away that snow or prevent your lake from freezing, only within a 2-block radius of course. You can even mount it in a pumpkin for an adorable jack-o-lantern. Okay, don't do any of that, it'll just end up breaking. Just mount it on your wall because it looks cool and maybe, MAYBE it'll keep zombies away. So far, it seems to be working. DREAM IN PIXELS. We have to admit that once we built our dream house in Minecraft, our regular world house paled in comparison. Alas, a building of that magnificence in our neck of the woods would cost far more than the number of bananas we make as ThinkGeek monkeys. We must continue to build our dreams in pixels. If you dream of living in your own Minecraft creations, we think you'd like to sleep by the warm glow of the Minecraft Redstone Ore Light. It will keep the boogie oogie pigmen from coming out of your closet to murder you in your sleep. Tap once for low light, a second time for medium, and a third time for bright. (Five is right out.) ((Actually, tapping it five times will bring you back to low.)) Of course, you could get a truckload of these and start building your Minecraft-inspired bedroom.
Set of 2 includes:
1x Light Up Torch
1x Redstone Ore Light
Light Up Torch features:, Looks just like the torch from the game, Officially licensed Minecraft col
Redstone Ore Light features:, Night light for fans of Minecraft, Officially licensed Minecraft colle