The Minecraft Earth beta is steadily expanding across the globe, providing the first taste of Microsoft's augmented reality (AR) spin-off for the block-building adventure series. Shared DNA with mobile hit Pokemon GO is evident, collecting blocks and mobs while crafting towering virtual worlds. While limited to a select pool of cities, anticipation is brewing for its worldwide rollout slated for late 2019.

Embracing the vanilla title's successes, Minecraft Earth heavily leans on its resource collection and creative sandbox. Building towering structures demands the required blocks, laced throughout the world via "Tappable" loot rolls. We've rounded up all Minecraft Earth blocks and items discovered so far and where to find them.

Without official documentation on Minecraft Earth items, this list is comprised with extensive research from the ongoing beta. If we've overlooked an item, let us know in the comments.

Grass Tappable

Hosting the best of mother nature, Minecraft Earth's grass tappable is home to an extensive range of flora. While primarily a source of common and uncommon flowers, the pickup also grants related landscaping essentials. We've uncovered 12 items accessible via grass tappables so far, as detailed below.

  • Azure Bluet (Uncommon)
  • Dandelion (Uncommon)
  • Lily Pad (Uncommon)
  • Orange Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Oxeye Daisy (Uncommon)
  • Pink Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Poppy (Uncommon)
  • Red Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Sunflower (Uncommon)
  • Water Bucket (Uncommon)
  • White Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Dirt (Common)
  • Grass (Common)

Marsh Tappable

Minecraft Earth's wetland tappable stows a related pool of blocks and items to standard grass. Uncommon and common flowers dominate the findings, beside tools to aid your all-natural creations.

  • Azure Bluet (Uncommon)
  • Dandelion (Uncommon)
  • Lily Pad (Uncommon)
  • Orange Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Oxeye Daisy (Uncommon)
  • Pink Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Poppy (Uncommon)
  • Red Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Sunflower (Uncommon)
  • Water Bucket (Uncommon)
  • White Tulip (Uncommon)
  • Dirt (Common)
  • Grass (Common)

Stone Tappable

Bursting with subterranean materials, Minecraft Earth's stone tappable stocks an extensive array of construction blocks. While largely comprised of unrefined stones and minerals, crafted stairs and walls are up for grabs too. Minecraft Earth features 16 underground items in the initial beta build.

  • Lava Bucket (Epic)
  • Cobblestone Stairs (Uncommon)
  • Cobblestone Wall (Uncommon)
  • Granite (Uncommon)
  • Mossy Cobblestone Stairs (Uncommon)
  • Mossy Cobblestone Wall (Uncommon)
  • Mossy Cobblestone Brick (Uncommon)
  • Red Mushroom (Uncommon)
  • Andesite (Common)
  • Cobblestone (Common)
  • Diorite (Common)
  • Gravel (Common)
  • Sand (Common)
  • Stone (Common)
  • Rail (Common)
  • Redstone (Common)

Tree Tappable

Trees are the source of all things wood in Minecraft Earth, fitting for ornamental building projects. With oak the dominant wood during the beta, trees offer numerous oak blocks and furnishings.

  • Cobweb (Uncommon)
  • Oak Button (Uncommon)
  • Oak Fence Gate (Uncommon)
  • Oak Pressure Plates (Uncommon)
  • Red Mushroom (Uncommon)
  • Brown Mushroom (Common)
  • Ladder (Common)
  • Oak Door (Common)
  • Oak Fence (Common)
  • Oak Leaves (Common)
  • Oak Log (Common)
  • Oak Wood Planks (Common)
  • Oak Wood Slab (Common)

Chest Tappable

Minecraft Earth's scattered chests pose an assortment of items, seemingly offering the largest item pool of all tappables. Chests regularly pack tools, redstone components, and wools, complemented by a wealth of epic and rare-tier items. We've already uncovered nearly 40 items available via chests in the initial beta.

  • Brick Block (Epic)
  • Iron Bars (Epic)
  • Lava Bucket (Epic)
  • TNT (Epic)
  • Bucket of Mud (Rare)
  • Flint and Steel (Rare)
  • Powered Rail (Rare)
  • Black Wool (Uncommon)
  • Bucket (Uncommon)
  • Cyan Wool (Uncommon)
  • Flower Pot (Uncommon)
  • Green Wool (Uncommon)
  • Lever (Uncommon)
  • Light Blue Wool (Uncommon)
  • Light Grey Wool (Uncommon)
  • Lime Wool (Uncommon)
  • Magenta Wool (Uncommon)
  • Note Block (Uncommon)
  • Orange Wool (Uncommon)
  • Pink Wool (Uncommon)
  • Purple Wool (Uncommon)
  • Rail (Common)
  • Red Wool (Uncommon)
  • Redstone Lamp (Uncommon)
  • Redstone Repeater (Uncommon)
  • Redstone Torch (Uncommon)
  • Vine (Uncommon)
  • White Bed (Uncommon)
  • Blue Wool (Common)
  • Brown Wool (Common)
  • Glass (Common)
  • Grey Wool (Common)
  • Sand (Common)
  • Torch (Common)
  • White Wool (Common)
  • Yellow Wool (Common)

Minecraft Earth is currently available exclusively on iOS devices via an invite-only beta program, ahead of its launch later in 2019. Have we missed a coveted item in your Minecraft Earth inventory? Let us know in the comments with your favorite finds so far.

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Minecraft Earth

Minecraft Earth takes the classic Minecraft experience to all new heights, with an augmented adventure unlike any other. All of the information you need on Minecraft Earth can be found right here on Windows Central!

Essential Minecraft Earth accessories you'll love

These affordable Minecraft Earth accessories are guaranteed to help on your digital adventures.

Anker PowerCore 5000 Portable Charger ($18 at Amazon)

Like any augmented reality experience, Minecraft Earth will be power-hungry and drain your battery fast. This 5000mAh Anker PowerCore portable battery pack keeps phone topped up when on the move with a compact, cylindrical silhouette.

PopSockets Collapsible Grip & Stand ($10 at Amazon)

Avoid phone drops on your blocky adventures with this collapsible PopSocket grip that doubles as a stand. Grippy and comfortable to hold, it adds convenience and peace of mind to any Minecraft Earth session.

Minecraft Baby Pig 7" Plush ($10 at Amazon)

Grab your own porky Minecraft Earth companion with this affordable official Minecraft Baby Pig plush. Lined with a soft exterior and embroidered pixel detailing, don't miss out on your seven-inch friend.

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