Creepers from minecraft

Creepers from minecraft DEFAULT

Creeper in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains all about creepers with screenshots and step-by-step instructions. Let's learn about creepers in Minecraft.

Supported Platforms

Creepers are available in the following versions of Minecraft:

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.
NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Background

The following is a picture of what a creeper looks like in Minecraft:

creeper

Hostility Level (Hostile)

A creeper is a hostile mob. The term mob is short for mobile and is used to refer to all living, moving creatures in the game such as chickens, endermen, and creepers. Because a creeper is a hostile mob, it will attack you in Survival mode but not Creative mode.

Health Points

In Minecraft, a creeper has 10 hearts heart for health. This gives a creeper 20 health points (because 1 heart = 2 health points). To kill a creeper, you need to inflict 20 points of damage to the creeper.

Weapon

A creeper uses TNT as a weapon.

Attack Method

When a creeper attacks, it will ignite its TNT fuse, move towards you and then explode. The explosion will destroy nearby blocks. If you are close to the explosion, you will take damage too or even die.

Where to Find Creepers

In Minecraft, you can find creepers in most Overworld biomes in light levels of 7 or less. Creepers will spawn in the dark, usually at night. Once a creeper has spawned in the dark, it can survive in the daylight.

If you do not light your house, a creeper can spawn inside your house. So it is a good idea, to place torches inside your house so that creepers do not spawn there.

If you are having trouble finding a creeper, you can summon a creeper using a cheat or you can use a spawn egg.

Drops

When you kill a creeper in Minecraft, it will drop gunpowder.

gunpowder

Make sure you pick up any dropped items before they disappear. They are useful and should be kept in your inventory to be used later.

TIP: If a skeleton kills a creeper, the creeper will drop a music disc. music disc

Experience Points

As you play the game, you will gain experience. The most common way to gain experience is by killing mobs. When a mob is killed you will see tiny green and yellow balls appear and move towards you.

experience points

These orbs represent experience points. When you kill a creeper, you will gain 5 experience points.

Charged Creeper

When a creeper is struck by lightning in Minecraft, the creeper is transformed into a charged creeper.

Creeper

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Charged Creeper

charged creeper

Learn how to make a charged creeper in Minecraft.

Spawn Egg for Creeper

You can spawn a creeper using the following spawn egg:

Things to Do with Creepers

Here are some activities that you can do with creepers in Minecraft:

Command Examples

Here are some game command examples for a creeper in Minecraft:

NBT Tags for Creeper (Java Edition)

Here are the NBT tags (formerly called data tags) that you can use in game commands for a creeper in Java Edition:

Spawn Events for Creeper (Bedrock/Education)

Here are the spawn events that you can use in game commands for a creeper in Bedrock Edition and Education Edition:

Other Mobs

Here are some of the other mobs in Minecraft:

Sours: https://www.digminecraft.com/mobs/creeper.php

For other uses, see Creeper (disambiguation).

Creeper JE2 BE1.png
Charged Creeper Animated.gif
Health points

20♥ × 10

Behavior

Hostile

Attack
strength

Varies by proximity and difficulty.
Maximum damage:
Regular:
Easy: 22.5♥ × 11.25
Normal: 43♥ × 21.5
Hard: 64.5♥ × 32.25
Charged:
Easy: 43.5♥ × 21.75
Normal: 85♥ × 42.5
Hard: 127.5♥ × 63.75

Hitbox size

In Java Edition:
Height: 1.7 Blocks
Width: 0.6 Blocks

In Bedrock Edition:
Height: 1.8 Blocks
Width: 0.6 Blocks

Spawn

Light level of 7 or less

Usable items

A creeper is a common hostile mob that silently approaches players and explodes. Due to their distinctive appearance and high potential for killing unwary players as well as damaging the environment and players' constructions, creepers have become one of the icons of Minecraft, both among players and non-players.

Creepers are a major source of gunpowder as well as the only way to obtain most music discs. When struck by lightning, a creeper becomes charged, which amplifies its explosion power and enables mob heads to be obtained.

Spawning

Creepers naturally spawn in the Overworld on solid blocks with a light level of 7‌[untilJE 1.18 & BE 1.18.0] or 0 ‌[upcoming:JE 1.18 & BE 1.18.0]less, except in mushroom fieldsbiomes. They spawn individually in Bedrock Edition and in groups of up to four in Java Edition.

Creepers have a density limit of five creepers in the Overworld's surface.‌[upcoming:BE 1.18.0].

Drops

When killed, creepers drop:

Behavior

Creepers chase any player within a 16 block radius. They do not voluntarily attack any other mob.

When within 3 blocks of a player, a creeper stops moving, hisses, flashes and expands and explodes after 1.5 seconds, destroying blocks in the area as well as significantly damaging the player. A creeper's detonation can be halted if the player leaves the blast radius, including by knocking back it, going out of the creeper's sight or if the creeper is killed before the explosion. The distance with the player at which a creeper cancels its explosion, is greater at higher difficulties. Normal creeper explosions have a power of 3.

A creeper explodes only if it has uninterrupted line-of-sight with the player throughout the entire 1.5-second countdown. As a result, if the creeper does not have line-of-sight with the player, it does not start hissing even at close range, even if the player is attacking it, and a detonation is cancelled if it has started. The hissing sound plays in its entirety regardless of whether the explosion happens or not.

Unlike most mobs, the creeper does not have an idle sound, nor does it have unique step sounds. Although it does make normal stepping and swimming sounds, it is hard for the player to distinguish those from sounds they make themselves. This makes the approaching of a creeper to an unwary player hard to notice until it starts hissing. That aside, if a stationary player underground hears stepping and swimming noises nearby without additional noises, they can be certain it is a creeper.

A creeper jumps down to a player if it can survive the fall. Creepers begin the 1.5-second countdown before falling, so an explosion occurs sooner after landing with higher falls.

Creepers can climb up ladders, vines and similar blocks like any other mob, but do not do so intentionally.

Using a flint and steel on a creeper forces an explosion, but fire charges don't work.

The detection range of creepers is reduced 50% when the player is wearing a creeper head.‌[JE only]

If a player has the invisibility effect and isn't wearing any armor, the creeper does not approach the player, although attacking it or touching it (the player's hitbox must touch the creeper's) causes the creeper to explode.

Creepers flee from ocelots and cats within a 6 block radius. Cats and ocelots do not attack creepers. A creeper that has begun a detonation does not flee unless the player leaves its blast radius.

Creepers are not targeted by tamed wolves, iron golems or zoglins. However, they are still attacked by withers, snow golems, vindicators named "Johnny" and goats. For snow golems, this was reported as a bug and is listed as either "unresolved"[1] or "works as intended"[2]. When hit by a stray projectile (like a drowned's trident), a creeper retaliates if not already chasing a player, unless said projectile is a skeleton's arrow. When attacked by a goat, or poisoned by a pufferfish, a creeper does not retaliate.

If a creeper is attacked by any other mob, the creeper moves toward the mob that attacked it and explodes.

When a creeper is inflicted with a status effect, its explosion creates an area effect cloud of the effect.‌[JE only]

Charged creeper

Charged Creeper JE1 BE1.png

A charged creeper has a significantly increased explosion power.

A charged creeper is created only when lightning strikes within four blocks of a normal creeper. The lightning can be created by any way, including naturally, with the command, by a trident with the Channeling enchantment or attracted to a lightning rod. Charged creepers are distinguished from normal creepers by their blue aura surrounding.

In Java Edition, a charged creeper can be summoned with the following command:

In Bedrock Edition, a charged creeper can be summoned by:

Their countdown timers are the same as normal creepers, both in terms of range and time. With a power of 6, an explosion caused by a charged creeper is twice as powerful as the explosion caused by a creeper. Charged creepers' explosions are 50% more powerful than an explosion of TNT. How close the creeper was to the lightning strike does not affect the size or power of the explosion.

Charged creepers have the same entity ID as normal creepers. The only difference is that the value of the boolean tag is set to (true).

In Java Edition, a charged creeper explosion that kills zombies, skeletons, wither skeletons, or other creepers causes one of those mobs to drop its corresponding mob head. If multiple valid mobs are killed in the explosion, the one that drops a head is chosen at random. In Bedrock Edition, a charged creeper explosion that kills zombies, skeletons, wither skeletons, or other creepers causes all the killed mobs to drop their corresponding heads.

A charged creeper does not drop its own head when it explodes, although any other charged creepers or creepers killed in the explosion drop a creeper head. Players and ender dragons do not drop their heads, nor do mobs without corresponding mob heads, such as livestock animals.

Farming

Sounds

Data values

ID

Java Edition:

Bedrock Edition:

Entity data

Creepers have entity data associated with them that contains various properties.

Java Edition:

Main article: Entity format

  • Entity data
    •  ExplosionRadius: The radius of the explosion itself, default 3.
    •  Fuse: States the initial value of the creeper's internal fuse timer (does not affect creepers that fall and explode upon impacting their victim). The internal fuse timer returns to this value if the creeper is no longer within attack range. Default 30.
    •  ignited: 1 or 0 (true/false) - Whether the creeper has been ignited by flint and steel.
    •  powered: 1 or 0 (true/false) - May not exist. True if the creeper is charged from being struck by lightning.

Bedrock Edition:

See Bedrock Edition level format/Entity format.

Achievements

IconAchievementIn-game descriptionActual requirements (if different)Gamerscore earnedTrophy type (PS4)
PS4Other platforms
ArcherKill a creeper with arrows.10GBronze

Advancements

Icon Advancement In-game description Parent Actual requirements (if different)Resource location
Advancement-plain-raw.pngAdventure
Adventure, exploration, and combat Kill any entity, or be killed by any entity.
Advancement-plain-raw.pngMonster Hunter
Kill any hostile monster AdventureKill one of these 34 mobs: Other mobs, if any, may be killed, but are ignored for this advancement.
Advancement-fancy-raw.pngMonsters Hunted
Kill one of every hostile monster Monster HunterKill each of these 34 mobs: Other mobs, if any, may be killed, but are ignored for this advancement.

History

Java Edition Classic
August 20, 2009Creeper (pre-release).png Showed failed pig model. Notch commented, "it looks creepier when animated ... haha, I'll keep it for a creepy creature. =D".
September 1, 2009Creeper JE1.png Showed creepers on The Word of Notch.
Creeper (fixed shadows) JE1.png while texture itself is bright, creepers shadowed too dark than should for unknown reasons.
Creepers behave much like zombies currently do, hopping around randomly until spotting the player.
The melee attacks of creepers deal only 4♥♥ worth of damage rather than the zombies' 6♥♥♥.
When killed, creepers "lie down" like any other dead mob and cause a 4×4×4 spherical explosion that left a sizable crater, destroying plenty of blocks and severely hurting any players nearby.
The creeper is worth 250 points when killed.
0.24_SURVIVAL_TESTCreeper JE1.png Added creepers.
0.24_SURVIVAL_TEST_03Creepers no longer drop water and lava items when blowing up the liquid.
0.25 SURVIVAL TESTMobs, including creepers, are now more dangerous, respawn, despawn, and attack skeletons if shot by them.
October 20, 2009Notch mentioned that creepers no longer destroy rock-type blocks.
0.26 SURVIVAL TESTCreeper JE2 BE1.png The texture of creepers has been changed.
The explosions of creepers no longer destroy stone or stone-like blocks.
The explosions of creepers now leave smoldering.
0.27 SURVIVAL TESTThe creeper is worth 200 points when killed.
Java Edition Indev
0.3120091223-1Creepers and other mobs no longer spawn naturally.
20100202Creepers and other mobs now spawn naturally again. However, they are currently passive.
20100204-2Creepers are now hostile again, and attack by approaching and exploding near players.[verify] Previously in Survival Test, creepers dealt melee damage and exploded only when killed by the player.
20100219Creepers now drop sulphur upon death.
?Creepers no longer produce leaf particles upon explosion.
Java Edition Alpha
v1.0.14Added music discs "13" and "cat", which are dropped by creepers shot by skeletons.
v1.2.0?Creepers now have a new damagesound.

Old damage sounds:

Java Edition Beta
1.4Java Edition logo 7.png The 'A' in the Minecraft logo now includes a creeper face.
1.5Charged Creeper JE1 BE1.png Creepers now become charged when struck by lightning, increasing the explosion's radius and strength.
1.8Pre-releaseCreepers are now much more deadly, and can kill an unarmored player, if in a radius of 4 to 5 blocks around the creeper. This damage is also difficulty-independent.
Sound UpdateCreeper explosions now have a new sound.
Java Edition
1.0.0Beta 1.9 Prerelease 5Creepers and other hostile mobs no longer attack the player in Creative mode, unless provoked.
1.111w50aCreepers now drop all music discs, except for "11".
1.2.112w05bCreepers now run away from tamed cats and ocelots.
?As part of the AI overhaul, creepers no longer attack other mobs.[more information needed]
Creepers no longer strafe toward the left of the player, now stopping in front of the player.
1.3.112w30aCreepers have been made stronger. Depending on difficulty, creeper damage is scaled now with Easy: ~50% less damage, Normal: same damage as before, and Hard: ~33% more damage than before. In full diamond armor and hard difficulty, a creeper can knock players down to 2 hearts.[3]
1.4.212w38bNew creeper fall mechanics have been added; creepers now explode, if they fall on the player from a certain height.
1.4.41.4.3Creepers now drop music discs "11" and "wait".
1.6.113w18aCreepers no longer explode when hit in Creative mode.
1.7.213w36aCreepers can now be forcibly exploded using flint and steel.
1.814w05aPlayers can now see from the perspective of a creeper in Spectator mode. A green creeper shader is applied and the player is limited to the creeper's movements.
14w11aOther creepers, witches, zombies, skeletons, spiders, cave spiders and zombie pigmen now run away from creepers that are about to explode.
14w30aCharged creepers now cause zombies, skeletons, wither skeletons and other creepers to drop heads.
14w30bEach charged creeper now causes the drop of only one head, even if multiple head-dropping mobs are killed.
1.8.1pre1Mobs no longer run from creepers that are about to explode.
Creepers no longer attack iron golems.
1.915w32aThe detection range of creepers is halved when the player is wearing a creeper mob head.
15w33cThe detection range for players wearing the creeper mob head is adjusted, now 37.5% of the normal range.
15w36aThe detection range for players wearing the creeper mob head is again 50% of the normal range.
15w39aCreepers are now slightly shorter (1.7 blocks tall rather than 1.8).
15w51aCreepers no longer drop music discs when gamerule is false. [4]
1.1116w32aCreepers that explode while having a potion effect now leave behind an area effect cloud having that effect.
The namespaced IDs of creepers have been changed from to .
1.1418w43aCreepers now drop music discs when killed by strays.
1.1721w15aCreepers now show no hostility when attacked by a goat.
Pocket Edition Alpha
v0.3.3Creeper JE2 BE1.png Added creepers.
They do not yet spawn naturally, and require external help to spawn.[5]
Creepers currently have old explosion sounds.
Creeper's explosions produce a white mist and have a smaller range.
Creepers strafe toward the left of the player and are as slow as zombies.
v0.4.0Creepers now spawn naturally.
v0.7.4Tapping and holding flint and steel on a creeper now causes it to automatically explode.
v0.9.0build 1Creepers no longer float 2 pixels off the ground.
build 2An ignite button is now used to automatically explode a creeper when holding flint and steel, instead of tapping and holding.
build 8Creepers now use the new AI, so now they avoid fire, cactus, lava and falling (and water when idle).
build 9Creepers now use the old AI again because of them walking faster and not detonating.
v0.9.2Creepers now have a correct explosion range.
The detonation time for creepers has been fixed (would previously explode almost instantly).
v0.11.0?Creepers can now climb ladders.
v0.12.1build 1Creepers now use the new AI again, now stopping in front of the player.
The creeper's moving speed and explosions' knockback effect has been increased.
Creepers now explode if they fall on players from a certain height.
Charged Creeper JE1 BE1.png Creepers now become charged when struck by lightning, increasing the explosion's radius and strength.
Creepers now have the new explosion sound.
Creepers now have the flashing animation and the explosions have shockwaves.
v0.14.0build 1Creepers are now slightly shorter (1.7 blocks tall rather than 1.8).
v0.16.0build 4Creepers now have idle sounds.
Bedrock Edition
1.2.0beta 1.2.0.2Creepers now drop music discs when killed by skeletons.
1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3Creepers now drop music discs when killed by strays.
1.16.210beta 1.16.210.51No longer attack back after being rammed by a goat.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU1 1.0 Patch 11.0.1Creeper JE2 BE1.png Added creepers.
TU5Charged Creeper JE1 BE1.png Added charged creepers.
TU12Creepers no longer attack other mobs. Before this update, a creeper shot by a skeleton would attack the skeleton, creating a crater in the process.
TU14
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Creeper (Minecraft)

Fictional characters

Creeper
Creeper (Minecraft).png

A Creeper from Minecraft

First appearanceAugust 31, 2009
First gameMinecraft (2011)
Created byMarkus Persson
SpeciesCreeper
OccupationHostile mob
Fighting styleApproaches the player and explodes
HomeOverworld

Creepers are fictional characters from the sandbox video gameMinecraft. They are hostile mobs (short for mobile non-player characters) that can be encountered in the game world at any given time or location. Instead of traditionally attacking the player, they approach them (usually in a stealthy manner) and explode, destroying any block in the surrounding area and potentially damaging the player if they are not outside of their blast radius. Creepers were first added to Minecraft in an alpha update to the game on August 31, 2009.

The creeper has become one of the most widely recognized icon for Minecraft. They have been referenced and parodied in popular culture, and featured prominently in Minecraftmerchandise and advertising.

Characteristics and design[edit]

Creepers were created as a result of a coding error in the alpha stages of Minecraft's development.[1]Minecraft creator Markus Persson developed the Creeper around the odd appearance of the pig model. Persson mixed the dimensions up, with the length and height being swapped. This, combined with the AI of looking at the player, led to the Creeper becoming a hostile mob.[2][3][4][5] In September 1, 2009, the monster was named "Creeper" and was added to one of the alpha versions of the game[6][7] called - 0.24_SURVIVAL_TEST_03[8][7] While in 2011, the Minecraft logo was edited to integrate the creeper face into the letter "A".[4]

The original color of the creeper was dark green.[7] In 2021, an investigation revealed that Persson simply took the texture of foliage, one of the building blocks of Minecraft, and painted on it a characteristic face.[8] With the new updates, the hostile mob received a new texture, sound, and unique behavior. Initially, creepers attacked players directly like zombies and exploded only when they were killed, but Notch decided that this was not enough and made the explosion a basic mob attack.[7]

In Minecraft, the player exists in a large world made up of cubes. The world contains a number of enemies, of which creepers are commonly encountered. A creeper is practically silent until it comes near the player, at which point it emits a quiet hiss[6] and detonates after a short delay. The explosion kills the creeper, can kill or injure the player, and also destroys surrounding blocks.[9]

The charged creeper is a variant of the regular creeper. Over time, the developers decided that creepers were not unpredictable enough, and increased the destructive power of their explosions by having creepers become charged by a nearby lightning strike. Mobs killed by charged creepers, including other creepers, drop their heads, which can then be worn in the head's armor slot as a disguise against mobs of that type.[10][7]

Appearances[edit]

The creeper originally appeared in Minecraft as a common hostile mob that silently approaches players and hisses, then explodes. It appeared later in Minecraft spin-off games such as Minecraft: Story Mode,[11]Minecraft Dungeons,[12] and Minecraft Earth.[13]

Outside of Minecraft, it also appeared in Torchlight II, Borderlands 2, Choplifter HD, Super Meat Boy, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, The Binding of Isaac, The Stanley Parable, FTL: Faster Than Light, Team Fortress 2,[14][15] and in Nintendo's crossover fighting game Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, where the creeper has been featured as a Mii Brawler costume.[16]

Impact[edit]

A woman wearing a Creeper head, alongside another wearing a head depicting Steve, one of the default player characters in Minecraft.

The creeper is considered one of Minecraft's most iconic enemies.[17] The pixelated face of the creeper has been integrated into the "A" of the Minecraft logo, as well as being used in numerous Halloween costumes and cosplays.[3] The creeper has been featured in multiple Lego Minecraft sets and has been the main focus of one.[18]

The creeper image has been used on a wide variety of Minecraft merchandise, including clothing, bedding and lamps.[19][20] In July 2020, a joint partnership between Mojang Studios and Kellogg's led to the announcement of Minecraft Creeper Crunch, an official Minecraft branded cereal prominently featuring a creeper on the packaging. It was set to be available for release in stores in the United States in August 2020. Every packet additionally includes a unique code which can be redeemed for a Minecraft cosmetic clothing item.[21][22][23]

In popular culture[edit]

Creepers have been the subject of numerous pop culture references and parodies. In the season 25 episode "Luca$" of the animated sitcom The Simpsons, Moe Syszlak appears as a creeper and explodes at the end of the theme song's "couch gag".[24][25] On August 19, 2011, Jordan Maron (aka CaptainSparklez) released the song "Revenge", a parody of "DJ Got Us Fallin' in Love", depicting a Minecraft player seeking revenge against creepers for repeatedly killing them. The song regained popularity as an internet meme around July 2019.[26]

References[edit]

  1. ^Gesualdi, Vito (October 15, 2012). "Notch Calls Minecraft's Creepers "a Mistake"". GameZone. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  2. ^Apperley, Thomas. "Glitch Sorting: Minecraft, Curation and the Postdigital".
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  4. ^ abGuthrie, Robert. "The History Of The Creeper, Minecraft's Most Infamous Monster". Kotaku. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  5. ^"Meet the Creeper". Minecraft.net. May 15, 2017. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
  6. ^ ab"Happy birthday to Minecraft's Creepers!". September 1, 2014.
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  8. ^ ab"Minecraft Fan Discovers Secret To Creeper Skin". ScreenRant. May 23, 2021.
  9. ^"How Minecraft Creepers Originated From A Pig Accident". ScreenRant. February 16, 2021.
  10. ^Coles, Jason (December 24, 2020). "Everything you need to know about Minecraft's Creepers".
  11. ^"Minecraft: Story Mode Works Surprisingly Well". Kotaku.
  12. ^Watts, Rachel (May 22, 2020). "Minecraft Dungeons is a bombastic and breezy dungeon crawler that doesn't take itself too seriously".
  13. ^Gilliam, Ryan (June 3, 2019). "Here's the first look at Minecraft Earth in action". Polygon.
  14. ^"Creeping up on you: The best Minecraft references in video games". PCGamesN.
  15. ^"How The Stanley Parable goes down the rabbit hole of other games". Shacknews.
  16. ^"Bomberman, Travis Touchdown, Creeper And More Join Super Smash Bros. Ultimate As Mii Fighter Costumes". Nintendo Life. October 3, 2020. Retrieved July 22, 2021.
  17. ^McDougall, Jaz (December 25, 2011). "Minecraft review".
  18. ^MacManus, Christopher (February 16, 2012). "Lego Minecraft available for preorder". CNET. CBS Interactive. Archived from the original on February 17, 2012. Retrieved February 17, 2012.
  19. ^"Apparel, Toys, More | Official Minecraft Store - Powered by JINX". Official Minecraft Store - Powered by J!NX. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  20. ^"This Minecraft Creeper Lamp Shouldn't Explode When You Turn It On". Technabob. March 4, 2020. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  21. ^Watts, Rachel (July 2, 2020). "Kelloggs is releasing a Minecraft 'Creeper Crunch' cereal". PC Gamer. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  22. ^July 2020, Jordan Gerblick 01 (July 2020). "Minecraft is getting a cereal with codes for in-game clothes". GamesRadar. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  23. ^Watts, Steve (July 3, 2020). "Minecraft Now Has Its Own Cereal". Kotaku UK. Retrieved August 23, 2020.
  24. ^"Simcraft: What If The Simpsons Did Minecraft?". Time. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
  25. ^"The Simpsons do a Minecraft couch gag, Notch doesn't know how to feel about it". GameSpot. Retrieved August 24, 2020.
  26. ^Anderson, Sage (July 30, 2019). "The 'Creeper Challenge' has group chats fighting to finish song lyrics in the right order". Mashable. Retrieved December 17, 2020.
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