Many different versions of the Minecraft game appear, and there’s no wonder why. Minecraft is based on a unique concept: the player arrives in a world made entirely of blocks and where the only limit is his own imagination. He can build, wreck, create, and defend his surroundings.
Minecraft Pocket Edition is for those people willing to make time flow faster while they’re playing the game on a smartphone. But we’ve selected several mods that can make your gaming experience on Minecraft Pocket Edition even better:
One of the mobs from the game is replaced by the beautiful sports car Ferrari 458 Italia, after you install this mod. The vehicle has lots of nice details on the dashboard that sell it, and entering it is like jumping on a horse.
As its presentation says:
“Mouse Tweaks replaces the standard RMB dragging mechanic, adds two new LMB dragging mechanics and an ability to quickly move items with the scroll wheel. Everything can be enabled and disabled in the configuration file or in Forge’s mod options menu.”
As you’ve already guessed, this mod is based on the Jurassic Park movies and it brings to life 19 different dinosaurs. The reptiles are different in many ways, as each of them has its own behavior. If you aim to see better what this add-on will be capable of, you can just check out the Jurassic Craft World map.
This mod features apocalyptic elements from DayZ, a popular survival game for PC. Therefore, a post-apocalyptic scenario comes into the Minecraft world. Some of the mobs get changed into zombies and other types of peculiar creatures.
Ultimately, you may still be one of those gamers who believe that nothing beats the original, and therefore choose not to install mods at all. We respect such vision, and we emphasize the fact that modding a game happens at the user’s own risk.
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