Without doubt, the world of Minecraft has become an internet sensation, with gamers logging in all over the world to unleash their imagination. So how does the pocket edition compare to its bigger brother?
Minecraft allows you to create anything you can imagine with a series of different blocks and accessories. When you first load the game, you will be taken to a randomised world, each with a variety of terrains for you to help let out your creative side. Walking around each world will show the scope of what you could potentially create, and as soon as the ideas start coming, it’s hard to stop them.
In total, there are 36 different types of blocks for you to build with, each with a unique design and pattern. Alongside this, there are things such as lights and mushrooms that you can add to put an extra touch on your creations. The terrain on each world can be customised, with the possibilities of being able to dig in to the ground, and add water with a sandy beach.
The possibilities are literally endless. Altering the terrain can add different dimensions to your landscape, and it’s ultimately up to you on how you want to customise it.
If you get a bit bored of the single player experience – you can also venture online to create masterpieces with other people from around the world. It took us a while to actually get put in to an online game, but when we were finally able to connect, we had a whale of a time.
The only real limit with Minecraft is with how imaginative you’re, and we can’t see people who don’t have a bit of a creative flair really getting in to it. But, if you are looking at a unique and different creative gaming experience, then look no further than Minecraft. The possibilities are literally endless.