Minecraft Pocket Edition Review

The pitch for Minecraft Pocket Edition is simple and promising it’s minecraft on-the-go the joy of adventuring and collecting anytime anywhere pocket partially delivers on this promise but if you play the other versions this one feels restricted thanks to its small world limited enemies and overall lack of features minecraft randomly generated worlds are composed of big blocky cubes with simple of a charming textures what makes them great is how they enable creativity piece by piece you’ll rearrange and refine the pristine primordial world into whatever you want it could be a seaside home a sky bridge or anything else you can imagine. Also If you want to download Minecraft PE mods, maps or other textures you can use this free website www.mcpedl.in.

It’s a kind of power we rarely get to see in games in survival mode each block must be chipped at and collected by hand dodging enemies as you go this sounds tedious but the reward is worth it when every single brick of my home was gathered transported and placed by hand it was impossible not to feel a fierce sense of ownership over all my creations.

Big and small when the Sun Goes Down the bad guys come for you they’re scary and dangerous for maybe an hour even less once you figure out the simple items you need to ward them off at first this feels disappointing why even have enemies if they become laughable in no time at all but later as my ambitions for building outgrew my resources my quest for new materials drove me deeper underground down there I found enemies that feel far more challenging to fight in the confines of a rocky corridor unfortunately pokken has only a fraction of the enemy’s available in Minecraft proper and their absence makes the survival experience less varied and dangerous every enemy you’ll meet can be killed by simply swinging a weapon and running backwards at least we don’t have to fight any flying enemies with the touch controls which are usable but not great I do like the way it auto jumps over block high obstacles pockets world’s also feel too small they have about a tenth of the ground area found in the xbox360 and ps3 versions and those are smaller than the PC versions the world size traps you in a tiny box which contradicts the rest of Minecraft mechanics.

It also makes the local co-op multiplayer less desirable because there’s less room to spread out and build and at least in the console versions the invisible walls border an expansive seat in Pocket all you see is an ugly blank abyss crafting is a very simple process once you have the required materials you just tap on the item you want and it enters your inventory there’s no need to drag items across a touchscreen into specific arrangements it feels fast and appropriate for the touchscreen creative mode the popular option that gives players unlimited access to Minecrafts PE items is pockets biggest drop it is essentially a bottomless tub of digital LEGO pieces if you want to build something you don’t need to put in the time digging underground. It’s more immediately gratifying after starting a new building project in Minecraft I often think about it through the day instead of waiting to get home pocket lets me make adjustments to my creations whenever I find some spare time Minecraft Pocket Edition is fun and it will satisfy your minecraft fix when you’re away from your PC or console but the small maps and limited building options make it the worst way to play Mojang’s amazing world builder though it’s still a fine game it would be unfortunate for someone to want to try Minecraft PE download this version and think this experience is all minecraft has to offer for more on minecraft keep it right here on MCPEDL.IN but for now here’s a look at a little seaside village that I built.

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