"Another Block, Please!" - The Minecraft Obsession Sweeping The Nation

In an intriguing new study dropped by autoclicker.io, we're about to delve into the United States and uncover the states that are head over heels for Minecraft.

by Nikiya Biggs
"Another Block, Please!" - The Minecraft Obsession Sweeping The Nation
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"Another Block, Please!" is a familiar rallying cry for Minecraft enthusiasts. After all, it's no mystery that this game captures the world's imagination! In an intriguing new study dropped by autoclicker.io, we're about to delve into the United States and uncover the states that are head over heels for Minecraft.

California, the Golden State, lands a respectable ninth place, boasting 1,454 Minecraft-related searches per 100,000 people each month. That's a jaw-dropping 567,381 monthly searches! Californians know how to mix Minecraft with sunshine.

They live in a real-life version of Minecraft, where the sun is an endless supply of obsidian blocks and the ocean is an endless supply of water!

Autoclicker.io's Minecraft Search Census: 50 States And D.C.

Autoclicker.io has gone all-in, analyzing all 50 states plus Washington, D.C., in terms of their Google search habits related to Minecraft.

They've left no inventory chest unopened! To make this epic study happen, they unleashed a Minecraft-themed arsenal of 47 search terms, including classics like "minecraft," "minecraft pocket edition," "minecraft classic," "minecraft dungeons," and even "minecraft movie." And the grand finale? They tallied up the searches for each term in every state and divided it by the population to determine the number of searches per 100,000 people.

It's like a real-life Redstone contraption of data, crafting the definitive Minecraft search leaderboard!

Crafting In The Evergreen State: Washington's Minecraft Mania

Utah knows how to make a winning move in the search game!

They're on a pixelated quest for fun. Despite being the 30th smallest state, the Beehive State takes the crown with the most monthly searches per 100,000 people. This proves that size doesn't matter when you've got a passion for 3D sandbox adventures.

Washington might be known for its rainy days, but it's also raining Minecraft searches! With 1,744 monthly searches per 100,000 people, a population of 7,785,786, and 135,752 monthly searches, the Evergreen State is showing that they're not just about coffee and rain – they're all about crafting in-game too.

And who knew the nation's capital, DC, was home to a legion of block-building fans? But even though it's not a state, this bustling hub impressively claims the third spot with 1,600 monthly searches per 100,000 people among its 671,803 residents.

It's as if Minecraft has its own secret admirer club within the city!

Insights From Oliver Green, Autoclicker.io Creator

Oliver Green creator of autoclicker.io commented on the study findings:

“The first version of Minecraft was released for PC players in 2009, called Cave Game.

Since then, Minecraft has become more popular and offers several editions and maps to explore. The Minecraft franchise now consists of five video games, along with various books, merchandise, events, and an upcoming theatrical film.

It is interesting to see that the game is so popular in California, with video gaming events like E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo, MAGWest 2023, and GameSoundCon 2023 coming up this year. More than 176 million people played Minecraft in January 2023, and with it being available both offline and online, it can be played anywhere and anytime.

It will be interesting to see what Mojang developers have to offer in the future and how Minecraft will grow alongside the evolution of AI”.


Google Keyword Planner data was taken for the last 12 months for each US State.

Average monthly search volume for a variety of Minecraft-related terms was then aggregated by State.

The total volume was then divided by the State's population / 100000.

Minecraft-related search terms include: minecraft, minecraft pocket edition, namemc, minecraft 1.19, https aka ms remoteconnect, mcpedl, minecraft 1.18, minecraft bedrock, minecraft classic, aternos server, minecraft free, minecraft dungeons, jojoy minecraft, lego minecraft, minecraft java edition, minecraft education edition, minecraft 1.20, minecraft java, minecraft earth, hypixel, minecraft story mode, minecraft server, planet minecraft, pixelmon, minecraft education, minecraft online, minecraft bedrock edition, minecraft 1.16, enderman, steve minecraft, minecraft legends, minecraft pc, minecraft 1.18 2, aternos minecraft, minecraft game, minecraft switch, pojavlauncher, minecraft ps4, minecraft 1.19 2, minecraft movie, minecraft 1.19 10, bedwars, badlion, minecraft nintendo switch, minecraft download, minecraft skins, minecraft mods.

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