Minecraft - Pocket Edition Demo allows players to enjoy this programme on their smartphones. It runs seamlessly, providing users with all the beauties of the desktop version.
An Adapted Version
The Pocket Edition features all the same basic mechanics of the standard version of this title. The developers tweaked the controls for touchscreens in a way that still feels intuitive, without removing anything from the interface.
The new game version is cross-platform, enabling people to join the game from mobile devices. You will need to connect to the same Wi-Fi network for a shared gaming experience.
Like the classic, this variant also boasts both the Creative and the Survival mode. Enabling players to build, collect resources, and fight off monsters on your phone just as you would on a PC.
The team behind the demo had to make several compromises, and unfortunately, these are evident. There isn't a save mode. Also, the draw distance is short; this results in the landscape being covered with a dense fog.
Play on the go
The Pocket version hit hasn't missed any of the important elements of other version. The controls are well-thought-out, which gives the player a large amount of freedom, and has the graphics the users fell in love with. If you can handle the compromises, the game is a great one to add to your library.