If you love playing Minecraft: Pocket Edition on your smartphone but hate the fact that it’s been a long time since the developers have introduced any new content or features, then you might want to check out Master for Minecraft. This is a special mod/launcher that brings lots of “goodies’ into Minecraft: Pocket Edition such as new maps, new characters, monsters, weapons and even new blocks. There is much more that the mod introduces and today we are going to highlight some of the best features while also covering the latest update for the mod.
Master for Minecraft (Pocket Edition) Launcher – 2.1.95 Update
Minecraft: Pocket Edition fans who use the Master for Minecraft mod should be happy to know that a brand-new update has been recently released. The update sports the 2.1.95 version number and its available to download in the form of APK.
This update format stands for “Android Package Kit” and therefore, the only Minecraft: Pocket Edition fans who will be able to download and install the new update for the mod are the ones who use an Android powered smartphone.
New Bug Fixes
The reason why all Minecraft: Pocket Edition fans who own Android powered smartphones should hurry up and download the new mod is because it introduces a bunch of bug fixes. While the new bug fixes might not be as exciting as new features, they are actually more important because they improve the overall stability of Minecraft: Pocket Edition.
As previously noted, we are going to present some of the highlight features that the Master for Minecraft mod has to offer. Without any further ado, let’s get into it.
- Download and import different addons;
- New weapon, gun, furniture, animal, pet and dragon mods;
- City and mansion building features;
- Adventure, parkour, minigame, horror, pvp and many other special types of maps.
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