Depending on the patience and dedication to the game, some players get bored of Minecraft, while others don’t. Do not get us wrong, Minecraft: Pocket Edition is not a boring game, but you will always have new things to do, maybe you are not aware of them yet.
Minecraft is a game that offers a lot of modes that you can play, the creative ones included. So, like in a relationship, if you want to spice things up, take a look at our tips. Minecraft is an open-world sandbox game, with great graphics, customization, and creativity.
It is offering a free way of playing, it is available on all the platforms, and you can also choose in which mode you want to play. The survival mode is the most exciting one because you have to do a lot of stuff to survive. But if you tried already this way and you feel stuck, we are suggesting something new.
For example, you can try Minecraft Shaders. It is good to change the modes in the game; in that way, you can learn some things from each. Every game is much fun when you play it with friends, so try it. You can also try to rebuild different objects, such as buildings or statues.
How to Have Fun in Minecraft: Pocket Edition
If you want it to start from scratch, then you have a ton of things that you can try, from the first house or farm, up to a cake factory, an island, a bridge, or a roller coaster. Or you can go big by building an entire city with docks, lighthouses, underground bases, and so on.
Moreover, don’t forget that you need more land if you want to expand with future building and construction. If you have enough with the ground, you can always go underground and create a water world. If you are tired of your old house, redesign it, and build extra rooms.
Plus, it will be more interesting if you create a secret room and safe too. Just for fun, you can build pyramids, hey – you are the pharaoh of your world. Have you swim in lava? Go in battles with the creepers in the survival mode, defend your city from mobs, or form a pack of wolves.
To sum up, you have a lot of stuff to do in Minecraft, so boredom is not included in this game. Try some of the things we have mentioned, and maybe you discover something new in time, in Minecraft: Pocket Edition.
Carter Wetlaugher is just getting his start as a journalist. Carter attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from photography to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Carter also helps Tech Life up and running, he also keeps our social media feeds up-to-date.