Minecraft Pocket Edition Tips & Tricks

minecraft pocket edition

One of the games that really took the gaming scene by storm in recent times has to be Minecraft. With its pixelated graphics and simplistic concept, it was really a surprise even to the developer himself. However, as of this moment, it is among the most played games in the world. As a result it was only natural that a mobile version of the game was released onto the Android eco-system to stop players from going into withdrawal. Thus, Minecraft Pocket Edition was born. The Pocket Edition does vary in some ways from the original game and while there are whole lengthy survival guides, here are some Minecraft Pocket Edition Tips & Tricks that are aimed to exclusively help out people who like to play this gem of a game on the go.

Minecraft Pocket Edition Tips & Tricks

Start Aggressive! Punch a Tree:

As soon as you start the game, go ahead and go full Rocky on a tree near you. Your objective is to get some wood for you to be able to craft some basic items such as a single wooden pickaxe, a door etc.

Clay is Rare:

Unlike the PC version, the pocket version of minecraft doesn’t have unlimited beaches. Thus making clay a very rare ore to find. So, don’t waste your time looking for something that’s difficult to find!

Swordfight Creepers:

Due to a bug, you can swordfight creepers in the pocket version of the game. The creepers do explode before dying but the blast radius is smaller.

Be Peaceful:

If you’re someone who is getting tired of all the mobs trying to kill you each night, just go to the settings of the game and slide the bar all to the left and turn on the peaceful mode.


Getting a good seed for your survival adventure is equally important as they allow you to get some important ores. Some good seeds that have been recommended over the internet are iliketomoveit, cat, and canyon. However, there is a whole lot more list of seeds that you can find by just searching for them and figuring out what each of them have to offer.

Hope some of these Minecraft Pocket Edition tips & tricks helped you out a bit, if you have something else you want to share, go ahead and leave it in the comments below.

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