Minecraft: Top scariest sounds

Minecraft is home to various lovely sounds, from its upbeat soundtrack to pleasant and ambient sound effects.  There is a miscellany of sounds heard while playing Minecraft, but the ones on this list are sure to make a player’s blood run cold when they hear them. The music and sounds are a significant part of what makes Minecraft such a relaxing game to play. Minecraft: Top scariest sounds

Minecraft: Top scariest sounds

Burning from lava

All of the items that the player had in their inventory will be lost and destroyed by the lava.  Nothing sounds more tragic than the noise made while a Minecraft player is burning in lava. When he/she falls into lava without protective equipment, he/she will quickly burn to crisp and perish. This means that any diamonds or rare items that a player once had will be lost forever. Just hearing the sound can be scary, as this will remind Minecraft players of all the times that this type of death has happened to them.

 Ghast screams and moans

Ghasts are floating ghost-like creatures that players can find in the upper reaches of the Nether. These mobs are not the most dangerous in the world, as players can spot them from a mile away. Players who are unfamiliar with ghasts should listen to audio clips included in the YouTube video above. Their fireballs can be lethal, but savvy players can reflect them right back with a well-timed strike.

A Creeper Hissing

The explosion made by a Creeper can not only kill players, but it can have a devastating effect on the landscape and nearby builds. Without question, the most triggering and scary sound in all of Minecraft has to be the sound of a Creeper hissing. Depending on when a player first starts to hear a Creeper hiss and start to explode, it may already be too late. Both novice and veteran Minecraft players have, at some point, been killed from an untimely explosion courtesy of a Creeper.

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