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Explore infinite worlds and build everything from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. Play in creative mode with unlimited resources or mine deep into the world in survival mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off dangerous mobs. Create, explore and survive alone or play with friends on all different devices.

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Marketplace - Discover the latest community creations in the marketplace! Get unique maps, skins, and texture packs from your favorite creators.

Slash commands - Tweak how the game plays: you can give items away, summon mobs, change the time of day, and more.

Add-Ons - Customize your experience even further with free Add-Ons! If you're more tech-inclined, you can modify data-driven behaviors in the game to create new resource packs.

Minecraft Realms auto-renewable subscription info:

Minecraft now comes with the option to buy Minecraft Realms. Realms is a monthly subscription service that lets you create your own always-online Minecraft world.
There are currently two subscription options to choose from depending on how many people you want to invite to play in your realm simultaneously. A realm for you and 2 friends costs 3.99 USD/month (or local equivalent) and a realm for you and 10 friends cost 7.99 USD/month (or local equivalent).
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Your subscription can be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. There is also a button in-game that take you to these settings. If you cancel after your subscription has activated, you won't be refunded for the remaining active period of the subscription.

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Version 1.17.34

What's new in 1.17.34:
Various bug fixes

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If you can imagine it, you can create it—anything from monolithic towers to cavernous rollercoasters. That’s the idea that sparked a world-building phenomenon in Mojang’s amazing Minecraft. Since the game's release on the App Store, a steady stream of meaningful updates has kept this cube-filled universe fun, fresh and jam-packed with exciting features.

Weird custom skin glitch

I’ve been playing Minecraft PE since 2011 and it’s awesome! But ever since Character Creator has been added to the game, my custom skins have been looking off. I use slim-armed skins because I prefer them over classic skins but the glitch only occurs on slim-armed skins. Let’s say you have a slim-armed skin, and you wanted a unique design on each leg. Like different-lengthened socks, or a flower on one and a star on the other. Then when you upload the skin on the game, whatever way you designed the right leg (it looks like the left leg if you look straight at the skin) gets copy and pasted automatically onto the left leg (right leg if you look at the skin straight at the face). It looks distorted, as I don’t know if other players can or cannot see the error besides yourself, but it’s basically both legs are symmetrical while a lot of skin designers like not making symmetrical, and the second layer on the leg that gets changed to looking like the other stays. So basically the glitched leg looks exactly like the other leg that looks perfectly fine, but has second layer on it. Like then both legs would have like a flower on it but the star’s second layer is stuck on top of the copy and pasted flower. Pretty odd right? For me it makes me feel like I have OCD, I can’t stand skins that have something off on it, sorry. It doesn’t do the glitch on classic skins though. So, if you can fix it, please do.

The old days..

Yes, it’s true, I’m an OG. I’ve been playing cave game, now Minecraft for as long as it’s been out. I remember how you could press g or h and you could “Clone” yourself. The old days of classic. I remember when there was a girl in Minecraft, and the old avatars.. (Notch messed up a bit..) it’s a fun and awesome game. The days of beta were the best. I remember surprise Friday or Friday surprise, but then it stopped. Until an exception- Surprise Saturday. Ah yes. I remember why polar bears were added in the game, and the reason. Jeb’s wife (I think it’s Jeb’s..) liked polar bears, so that’s why they were added. The original Mobil lite version, and I remember when Minecraft PE was free. All this time it’s been downloaded in my cloud storage, so I never had to buy it. (Heh) This game never stops improving. But of course, I’m more of a Java version myself, of course. The days of me and the boys, staying up all night, gaming, building whatever we could. I also remember the day when Microsoft bought Mojang, or did they buy Minecraft? Anyways. The first minecon was about 30 people, mostly Notches’ family. The good ol days of Minecraft. A few things could be changed though. The shooting speed of skeletons is very high, I dislike that, I have some other things, but I don’t want to keep you from doing your jobs. Thanks so much for these amazing 12 years of Minecraft! You guys rock! I can’t wait for the cave update! :)

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Mojang AB

Size
349.6 MB

Category
Games

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Languages

English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish

Age Rating
9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

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Price
$6.99

In-App Purchases

  1. Minecraft Store Item 2$1.99
  2. Minecraft Store Item 6$5.99
  3. Realms Plus:10 Friends w/trial$7.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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I don't know if this is going to help you but I just started experiencing the same problem having checked all my daughter's privacy settings in Xbox and making sure that within Minecraft his worlds were set up under the "Multiplayer" setting as "Visible to LAN Players"

I found that the fix was to go into the ipad "Settings" tool then navigate to the "Privacy" folder then the "Local Network" option.

Under that option "Minecraft" was marked as "off" (switch to the left). I reset it to "on" (switch to the right) and restarted everything and Minecraft LAN seemed to work again.

I don't know how this happened. Perhaps an update to ios or minecraft? Anyway, something else for you to check.

Good luck!

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Thank you!!!!!

After an hour of googling and getting nowhere, this is exactly the fix I needed.

Happy kiddies again.

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I have spent hours trying to fix this assuming problem was in minecraft itself, thanks very much as was driving the kids (and me) nuts !

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100% the solution. I also was messing with MS/Xbox accounts, and settings. We have iPads and PCs trying to play together, and nothing I did was getting past the "Cannot connect to world." error. As soon as I saw you mention the "Local Network" settings on the iPad, I knew that was it! Apple recently disabled this by default on all apps since iOS 14.1 (I believe), and sometimes it gets re-enabled when they do a privacy update.

Thank you so much for your insight.

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This was a great response! I fixed this on my sons’ iPads, but I still can’t get the “Visible to LAN players” box in Multiplayer to stay checked/green/highlighted/on.

Before Christmas we had fun playing together. Now I’m stressed out because I can’t fix it for them :(

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Thank you!  My son and I can play together again!

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You are amazing!!! I have spent so much time searching for a fix to this! This worked for my kids perfectly!!!! Thank you.

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It is only green when it's the item you last clicked on - the actual on/off status is whether it's switched right or left.  You'll noticed a subtly change in the green background colour when you toggle it - brighter green is on.  Pretty bizarre system!

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Thank you Thank you Thank you. We’ve had this problem for over six months and I intermittently googled this and this is the first time I found an answer!!!

I don't know if this is going to help you but I just started experiencing the same problem having checked all my daughter's privacy settings in Xbox and making sure that within Minecraft his worlds were set up under the "Multiplayer" setting as "Visible to LAN Players"

I found that the fix was to go into the ipad "Settings" tool then navigate to the "Privacy" folder then the "Local Network" option.

Under that option "Minecraft" was marked as "off" (switch to the left). I reset it to "on" (switch to the right) and restarted everything and Minecraft LAN seemed to work again.

I don't know how this happened. Perhaps an update to ios or minecraft? Anyway, something else for you to check.

Good luck!

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Update: You don't have to buy an extra version. I reinstalled the app on the second iPad. When you start the app for the first time you get the question: is it okay as minecraft search the local network for other devices.

This is okay of course. :-)

Hi all, I have exactly the same problem... We where always playing Minecraft PE on two iPads, same Wifi Network and then playing in each other world.

Going to the iPad settings is, I think, the right direction. I found on one iPad the local area network switch under minecraft setting ( iPad settings). But on the second iPad there is no such switch. On this iPad we use the app by family sharing... Could this be the problem? Do we have to buy an other version of Minecraft to play together?

Thanks in advance

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Can you play Minecraft on an iPad?

Minecraft on iOS Gaining Cross-Platform Play With Android, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. So if you’re playing on iPhone or iPad, you can still join in with a friend who only owns the game on Xbox One or PC.

What Ipads work with Minecraft?

Compatible Devices

DeviceiOS VersionMCPE Version
iPad 3iOS 8.41.0
iPad 3iOS 6.0.1
iPad 3iOS 7.1.10.13.2
iPad 4iOS 6.1

Can you play games on iPad mini?

The way it’s tuned for iOS, means that gaming performance on the new iPad Mini is still better than the best Android devices in the market that are running Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 855 processor. Games run cooler, and also they look more gorgeous. Apple’s iOS is also home to better games.

What iOS is needed for Minecraft?

Minecraft Bedrock Edition System Requirements For iOS iPod Touch 5th generation and later. iPhone 4S and later. iPad 2 and later. iPad Air, Mini, Pro (all generations)

Why is Minecraft so laggy on iPad?

Get better network! The reason it lags is because the network is trying to catch up with the game. So when it stops, your network stopped but not the game. So when the network turns on again, the game already a few hundred frames ahead.

What games are compatible with iPad MINI?

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  • Clash Royale.
  • Call of Duty®: Mobile.
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What is the best iPad mini for gaming?

Best small gaming tablet: Apple iPad Mini 5 Apple’s iPad Mini is a optimal option if you want something truly portable. The 7.9-inch display lacks the smoothness of the Pro and the shine of Samsung’s AMOLED, but it’s still sharp and bright.

Can iPad Pro 2020 play PC games?

No, but it’s because of iOS. An iPad Pro (2018 or newer) has the capability to run AAA PC games decently. It already runs most if not all ‘heavy’ iOS games at around 120fps or more. But since you can’t install Windows on iPad, you can’t use the hardware to play games.

Can I play Steam games on iPad?

You can now get the Steam Link app for iOS and tvOS, allowing you to play Steam games on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV. You can now download the Steam Link app for iOS and tvOS, allowing you to play Steam games on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV.

Is there a monthly fee for steam?

There is no monthly fee to use Steam on your devices , it is completely free with the features and such. Most games cost a bit of money and their prices are drastically reduced on steam sales.

Can you get Ravenfield on iPad?

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Is Age of Empires available on iPad?

Microsoft has unleashed the latest entry in its strategy gaming series Age of Empires on iOS today. This game was previously available through the Windows Store for PC and Windows Phone, but now it is also on the iOS App Store for free.

Is Age of Empires 2 free?

Age of Empires Online is a free-to-play game that is played via the Games for Windows Live platform.

Is Age of Empires on the app store?

Age of Empires: World Domination, which is what they’re calling the forthcoming iOS, Android and Windows Phone take on the series, employs a new battle system (obviously), and lets you play as the Celts, Vikings, Franks or Huns.

Is Rise of Empires the same as Age of Empires?

Age of Empires is a series of historical real-time strategy video games, originally developed by Ensemble Studios and published by Xbox Game Studios….Games.

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Is Rise of Empires any good?

4.0 out of 5 stars A Great Civlization Building Game! Rise of Empires, from Mayfiar Games and Phalanx Games, is a wonderful civilization building game that requires deep strategy and the ability to plan ahead. Two to five players compete to create the greatest civilization of all time.

What iPad game is most like Age of Empires?

These are the top 10 age of empires alternatives for Android and iOS to install on your device now.

  • Lord’s Mobile: Kingdom Wars.
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  • Gods of Olympus.
  • Rise of Empires: Ice and Fire.
  • Clash of Empire: Epic Strategy Game War Game.
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  • European War 4: Napoleon.
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A Parent’s Guide to Minecraft

DEEP DIVE

That world kids love to build in? Tap to learn its secrets.

Minecraft has been around for more than a decade, and it’s still a huge hit with kids everywhere. But that doesn’t make it any less mysterious for grown-ups who haven’t played much themselves.

Why are kids so enthralled? And what do parents need to understand about the game? Read on.

What exactly do you do in the game?
Minecraft is mainly about building cool stuff. Wielding virtual chunks of wood, stone, and other materials, you scamper around a blocky virtual landscape and piece together whatever you can imagine—castles, amusement parks, underground hideouts, spaceships, you name it.

Players can also craft items for their cute in-game avatars—anything from simple shovels to suits of armor made of diamonds.

Is there a social aspect?
Over the years, Minecraft has evolved from a mostly solitary experience to a more social one. Players can team up online to construct sprawling cities, engage in Hunger Games–style battles, or just hang out and build together in a shared virtual space.

Two of Minecraft’s trademarks: vast structures and limitless possibilities.

Got it. How do you play?
That depends on the mode!

Survival mode plops you into a randomly generated wilderness where your goal is to explore, gather resources, and stay alive. Harvest raw materials—chopping down trees, mining rocks, and so on—build shelters, and craft weapons to fend off computer-controlled critters, such as Minecraft’s iconic Creepers.

In the free-form Creative mode, there’s no need to worry about mining for stone or fighting spiders. Players have infinite resources to build whatever they want and can team up with others to bring huge structures to life. You can even defy gravity and fly around at will!

There are also privately run Minecraft servers—elaborate online worlds capable of hosting thousands of people at a time. Many of these are home to robust communities and action-packed mini-games, like defending a castle against a dragon attack or battling other players on a set of islands floating in the sky.

When the devs added underwater areas, they introduced a whole new realm for exploring and creating.

Is any of this violent?
Though players can fight monsters—and one another—with swords, bows, and other simple weapons, combat is cartoonish and bloodless. When players die, they often simply respawn at the spot where they entered the game.

Getting killed and losing a sweet stash of hard-won valuables can cause no small amount of anguish, though—especially for younger players. That’s why building secure places to store goodies is a big part of the Minecraft experience.

Will my kid be talking to strangers?
By default, players sharing the same Minecraft world can send messages using an in-game chat window. People tend to be friendly in the world—particularly on the more popular servers—and a filter blanks out most offensive words.

The chat window has a handy toggle in the upper right corner that will mute all other players with a single tap. Once mute is turned on, it stays on until manually switched off again, even if your child starts a new game.

Players use items stored in their inventory to build, craft, and survive.

How much does it cost to play?
Aside from the price of the game itself, Minecraft is free. Dozens of optional add-ons are available for purchase from the in-game store, like sets of “skins” that change a character’s appearance (superheroes and monsters are popular picks) and massive prebuilt worlds with unique structures.

These add-ons are bought using a currency called Minecoins—available as an in-app purchase—which are usually a few dollars apiece.

Though it’s free to have up to four people join a game, a monthly subscription allows you to host your own private realm. These persistent worlds are accessible to invited guests even when the host isn’t online.

Should I play too?
Absolutely! One of the best ways to learn about Minecraft is to jump into a game as a family and build something awesome together. Maybe an underwater mansion or mountaintop sheep farm? The sky’s the limit.

OK, I’m convinced. What do I do?
Simply download Minecraft to a device other than the one your child is using, then link up through the in-game friends list. (This step requires setting up a free Xbox Live account, as Minecraft is owned by Xbox-maker Microsoft.) After that, the two of you can play together in the same world.

Unlike action-heavy games that require sharp reflexes, Minecraft can be a slower, gentler experience—one that stimulates imagination and creativity. Once you make your first diamond-encrusted suit of armor, you might become a fan yourself.

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How to Play Minecraft on an iPad

"Minecraft Pocket Edition" for iPad puts you in a randomly generated world filled with various blocks to mine and places to explore. You use these gathered resources to craft items that help you survive and build structures for your own amusement. Before you can explore all the creative possibilities, you should familiarize yourself with the game controls. Playing "Minecraft Pocket Edition" for the iPad is also a bit different than playing on the PC version because the iPad version solely relies on the iPad's touch screen.

Starting a Game

Go to your iPad home screen and tap the "Minecraft" icon to play the game.

Tap the "Play" button from the title screen to play by yourself.

Select a world from the list of choices. If you do not see any worlds or wish to create a new world, tap the "New" button and tap "Generate World" after optionally adjusting the settings and picking either the Creative or Survival modes.

Basic Controls

Use the onscreen directional pad in the bottom left of your screen to move your character. Tap the button on the center of the directional pad to jump. Swipe your thumb or finger outside the directional pad in any direction to look around.

Tap an item on the bottom toolbar to equip it. Tap the icon with the "3 dots" to bring up the inventory from which you can select other items. Tap the "3 dots" icon again to close the inventory.

Tap anywhere on the ground to place the item you are holding. If you are equipped with a weapon, touching the screen will use it instead. If you have a pickax, you can mine the ground. You may tap and hold your finger if you want to repetitively place blocks or mine the ground.

Tips

While you are holding your finger on the screen to gather or place resources, you can simultaneously move your character using the directional pad.

There are no objectives if you are playing in a Creative world, allowing you to mine blocks to build various things and structures.

In Survival mode, the inventory menu comes with a Craft button that allows you to create materials and tools using the resources you gathered. Try to gather basic materials in the world such as wood from trees and cobblestone. Four blocks of wood is enough to build a crafting table that allows you to craft other items using raw materials. Use the other materials to build a house so you can protect yourself from enemies at night.

Once you have obtained armor, go to the Armor menu from the Inventory screen to equip your character and reduce damage inflicted by enemies.

The game world is filled with plenty of materials to mine, so explore if you want to build a fancy house or craft powerful items.

Warnings

Information in this article applies to iPad devices running Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.7.4 in iOS 6. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.

References

Writer Bio

John Ruiz began his writing career in 2008 as a freelancer writing for eHow and various technology, software and hardware blogs. He has been designing websites since 2002. Ruiz earned a Bachelor of Science in information technology and web design from AMA Computer University.

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