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How to make YouTube in Infinite Craft

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When you fire up Infinite Craft and start combining four basic elements, you never know what 21st-century hallmark you might produce. Your efforts might even lead to a familiar video service if you follow this guide telling you how to make YouTube in Infinite Craft.

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Infinite Craft YouTube: How to make it

To make YouTube in Infinite Craft, you’ll need to combine the words Geysir and Internet. Here’s a step-by-step process on how to create YouTube in Infinite Craft:

  • Lava – Earth and Fire
  • Stone – Lava and Water
  • Steam – Fire and Water
  • Geysir – Stone and Steam
  • Engine – Fire and Steam
  • Rocket – Engine and Engine
  • Satellite – Rocket and Rocket
  • Train – Steam and Engine
  • Bullet Train – Rocket and Train
  • Internet – Bullet Train and Satellite
  • YouTube – Geysir and Internet

YouTube has had a significant impact on how we play and learn about video games and their culture. It’s only fitting the popular site and service should appear in a video game that lets players create nearly everything that matters to them. But YouTube is a long way from the wind and water you possess as you first start playing, so you’ll need to make some smart combinations to get the ball rolling.

The fastest path to make YouTube requires you to put together 11 combinations. As you make the individual components required, you can then combine them to head off in new directions. Above, we’ve provided a record listing the components you need to make, as well as the two ingredients you combine at each step along the way. If you’ve already started combining stuff, you probably already have at least half of what you need on hand.

I can’t help but find some of the above combinations mildly amusing. If you’re big on streaming, you could do worse than start with a geyser’s worth of content, right? And you probably want to be online. Sometimes, Infinite Craft comes up with weird combinations and I don’t get how the game got where it was going, but that’s not a problem here.

How to make YouTuber in Infinite Craft

For some reason, you get YouTuber by combining Baby and YouTube. The younger generation who watches YouTube aren’t called “YouTubers”; that name is reserved for people who make content on YouTube like MrBeast. Regardless, here’s the path you need to take to make YouTubers in Infinite Craft:

  • Mountain – Earth and Earth
  • Lake – Water and Water
  • Fjord – Mountain and Lake
  • Whale – Fjord and Water
  • Dust – Earth and Wind
  • Sperm – Whale and Dust
  • Baby – Sperm and Dust
  • YouTuber – Baby and YouTube

Now that you know how to create the Internet and YouTube, you’ve opened up a lot of interesting possibilities for future crafting. Dream big! If you want to make other websites in Infinite Craft, try making Reddit or collapse the internet in on itself by creating Infinite Craft in Infinite Craft.


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