Characteristics and properties of horses

In the game there are different horses. When creating a animal generator separately selects the location of the markings and spots (there are 5 choices), main colour wool (there are 7 choices), coloring (4 choices) and the types of markings on the muzzle (there are 8 varieties), all this gives a very large number of possible options.

Horses differ in the parameters (jump height, health, speed) that do not depend on color, but are directly linked to ancestry. If aiming to breed horses, you can bring a very good horse.

Horses were introduced to the game recently, so they are more detailed and look more alive than other creatures. They can swing their tails, stand on its hind legs to demonstrate dissatisfaction, and eat grass. These animals can only be found on the plains.

Horse diet

If the horse is injured, to improve her health by using wheat, sugar, Apple or recently introduced to the game of sheaf of hay. If near to your house grows a lot of cane, or you built a farm that plants use for the treatment of horses sugar, it is "cheaper" only.

For breeding horses, you need Golden apples or Golden carrots. If you are lucky enough to find in the game the carrots, make sure that you start to grow, to create Golden carrots you will need the nuggets for the Golden Apple — the ingots, and each ingot consists of nine nuggets. In addition, the apples sometimes fall out of trees, hampering stable production.

To make a Golden Apple will drop the usual red Apple in the Central cell on the workbench and surround it with gold ingots. To obtain a Golden carrot to act on a similar scheme, but use nuggets. You can get them by killing zombie pigs or "parse" on the part of the conventional ingot. To do this, just put it in the middle cell of the bench and take the nuggets out of the cell result.

For breeding feed two horses with Golden carrots or an Apple, then you will see animations of hearts, animals get close to each other and next to them will appear a foal. It can be grown by feeding with sugar, apples, wheat or sheaf of hay. The foal may get better options than his parents. Please note that grown "in captivity" the foal will still have to tame when he goes to adulthood.