Before I go into explaining why I think Pocket Edition is the best version of Minecraft, I would like to tell you that I actually own the Pocket Edition. I have not, however, downloaded the game and I am not a big fan of the way it crashes, although it has been fixed in the latest update. I just use it as an option for when I don’t feel like playing on my computer (I often just want to watch TV) and don’t want to mess with downloads. I know many people are saying that the Pocket Edition has everything you need in a game, but I just don’t agree. There are many other ways to really get entertained while you’re waiting for your game to load.
It might be fair to say that the best seeds for Minecraft Pocket Edition are the ones that you won’t see anywhere else. They are extremely hard to obtain and if you do find them on the Internet, they may not be updated. The two miserable items that are relatively easy to find and still give you fun are the diamond and the red mushroom. Unfortunately, there aren’t many more of these “better” than the ones that are in the Pocket Edition, and I wouldn’t waste your time or money on anything else. I would buy the better ones for sure.
I would also consider using a seed that shows a specific spawn location. This can be helpful if you want to get to a https://mcpebox.com/minecraft-pe-free-download/ specific location that isn’t usually accessible otherwise. Just look for these in the Pocket Edition, but make sure that they aren’t part of a limited edition. It would be kind of silly to pay for something twice.
Other than the two primary mineable items, the only thing that is exclusive to the Pocket Edition of the game are the biomes. There are only ten in all, but there are two that are exclusive to this version of the game, and they are the ocean and the mushroom peninsula. These biomes each come with their own special version of the spawning mobs, and they each have a series of quests associated with them. However, despite the lack of availability of the actual biome, there is still some interesting stuff to do in these biomes.
For example, you can mine all of the resources in the mushroom peninsula except for gold, and the only way you will get it is by finding a seaweed along the surface of the sea. Once you have the resource, you can build a boat to sail to the mainland. The vanilla game allows you to do this by simply walking around until you find a boat and then boarding it. However, in the Pocket Edition, you must use a seed or seedling to make the boat. You also get to explore the underneath of the sea by walking through underwater ruins that contain chests, treasure rooms, and levers that, once used, will cause you to uncover a brand new biome called the Underground Sea, which is rich in resources including gold.
In the Pocket Edition game, it is possible to get the boat by using a seed. You can also purchase an upgrade that allows you to sail on ocean waves. You can also get to customize your character using skins and clothing available in the in-game marketplace.