Minecraft is one of the most iconic video games in history, and its success determined its developers to release a mobile version as well. Minecraft Pocket Edition proved to be just as successful.
The game allows you to exercise your creativity and it is one of the games that can develop your imagination. However, sometimes you might want to play something new. Therefore, we have prepared a couple of alternatives that could successfully replace Minecraft Pocket Edition.
This game is an open-world RPG, but its style will immediately remind you of Minecraft. However, playing it is quite different, as this is a roleplaying game where you play as a character customized by you in the beginning.
This game is very similar to Minecraft. The game was created by Celeron55 and even its visuals are very similar to Pocket Edition. However, there are some significant differences. For instance, in this game, you will receive unlimited blocks, which means that you will be able to build anything you want, and there are no limits to restrict your creativity.
This game is quite different from what you are used to, but Minecraft represented the inspiration for it. However, the main difference is that Terraria is a 2D platform game. In this game, you can do pretty much everything you want, from digging in the ground for resources and discovering various biomes.
For many players, this is like a Lego version Minecraft. The game has all the good parts of the Minecraft universe, but it uses Lego instead. Every LEGO Worlds game starts in a different environment that has been randomly generated. Basically, you can just explore the world in order to find Lego pieces that can be used to build various items.
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