Minecraft is one of the biggest selling videogame franchises ever. The mobile version of this game, Minecraft: Pocket Edition is quite similar to the desktop version. It does not have everything that the desktop game has, but it comes quite close.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition offers a huge open sandbox for creation and/or survival. You can play it to craft amazing structures, or you can simply play against a horde of enemies through the harsh night. You also do this while discovering new items and creating stronger equipment. There are hundreds of weapons, items and potions.
However, it is the simple act of placing blocks, one at a time, in order to build structures that keeps the audience thrilled ever since the first Minecraft game was released. This is what makes Minecraft such a huge hit, with fans coming back for more every time. Now, there are many games that kind of resemble Minecraft on the internet, but none comes close enough to the satisfaction of building things on Minecraft. That is what makes this game stand out.
Explore randomly generated worlds and build things from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. Play in creative mode with unlimited resources or mine deep into the world in survival mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off the dangerous mobs. You get to create, explore and survive alone or with friends on your mobile device.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition is available offline on Google Play Store. It costs just $6.99 to unlock the game. The game has a multiplayer mode, where you get to play with your friends. This requires an internet connection, but that’s the only part of the game that does. The rest is entirely offline. Furthermore, there is a 30-day free trial available, in case you want to be sure about the game before you pay up.
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