Imagine It, Build It. Create worlds on the go with Minecraft – Pocket Edition
This might surprise some of you, it might really make some of you angry and the rest probably won’t even care. I just have to come out and say it. I’m not a gamer! I never have been and probably really never will be. The biggest gaming console that I own is a Nintendo DS that I only play Mario Bros and Mario Kart on. I have played all the popular stuff including Minecraft. My best friend Jason is a Minecraft Junkie. The guy plays almost non stop with the exception of beer, ladies, work, peeing and Totino’s pizza rolls.
He has time and time again tried to get me hooked on this game but I just couldn’t until now that is! You see I’m a James Bond, on the go, mini pocket-sized gadgets and gizmos kind of guy. This game is right up my alley!
I can play this game when and wherever I want because it’s right on my phone. I always have my phone and if I can’t do it on my phone then I don’t like it. Hey, just being honest! This game has so many awesome features considering it’s a pocket edition. I think the best feature of this game is it’s “bromance capability”. That’s right this game has brought me and my best friend closer than we have ever been haha. We are constantly talking and texting about it while we are playing it.
I could ramble on for days about life and this game but for everyone’s sake, I’ll just leave you with a really hilarious video about the game and some awesome highlights.
The new Minecraft – Pocket Edition allows you to build on the go. Use blocks to create masterpieces as you travel, hangout with friends, sit at the park, the possibilities are endless. Move beyond the limits of your computer and play Minecraft everywhere you go.
* Creative and Surival game modes
* Randomized worlds
* Build anything you can imagine
* Build with 36 different kinds of blocks
* Invite and play with friends to your world (local wireless network)
* Save multi-player worlds on your own phone
*Xperia PLAY optimized*
Note: Samsung Galaxy Tab users, please test the demo first! If it doesn’t start, you will have to update your Android system software version.