On the bottom: Snow. Top-left: Steam and ice (cold temperatures) mix to produce snow. Top-right: Snow on top of ice.


Snow behaves like a liquid. It can be spawned normally, or can be created by cooling steam.

Unlike other particle solids it can only exist in cold enviroments, otherwise it will melt and become water.

In contrast, ice is a particle solid created by cooling water.

Ice, Stone, soil, seeds and oil sink through snow.

Ash, sand, wax and gunpowder stay on top of snow.

Acid destroys snow.