Minecraft: Pocket Edition is the mobile version of the beloved squary game. Some players used to find it underwhelming because they weren’t able to transfer their progress from PC and vice-versa. However, we are here to help you overcome that problem.
Converting PC Worlds To Android
Minecraft was first released as a PC game and it was later on ported to consoles and smartphones, in the form of Minecraft: Pocket Edition.
Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE) was an instant success because a lot of people wanted to take the sandbox experience with them while on the go.
There are thousands and thousands of custom maps available online. Some built castles, some built schools, pyramids, a miniature version of their hometown, and there is software available that lets you convert a real image into an in-game image by placing blocks so that, from a distance you can see that image.
Minecraft has nearly infinite potential. The only limit truly is your imagination.. and the fact that you might have work to do or other stuff.
Some PC worlds can’t be ported to mobile if they are too large. The mobile version of Minecraft has stricter limitations. There are a different height limit and a separate limit of the length and width of the map.
Also, make sure that the map you are trying to port has compatible items or blocks. You can’t get a map made with the latest Minecraft version running on an older version of Pocket Edition. If it somehow works, glitches are most likely going to make their way into the game and even break it when you least expect it.
Here is how to transfer a PC Minecraft map to Minecraft Pocket Edition for Android: