There Is No Zombillie?

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07 July 2022

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It's a fantastic port and I enjoy having Minecraft on the go. It's a a shame that Nintendo doesn't offer Trophys /A great port, I really enjoy having Minecraft on the mobile. It's a bit of a shame that Nintendo does not officially offer Achievements or Trophys however the game addresses it well.

Technically, everything is fine. The world's size is plenty to explore, and the limited drawing distance on mobile is acceptable, as the game is smooth with 60 frames per second.

Local multiplayer is a fantastic addition, but of course that only makes sense on a TV. However, the Switch display is a bit small for it.

If you don't have Minecraft yet, or would like a version for on the go: grab it, it's a great port that deserves to be adored. .... Expand

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2. NuclearPhoenix Dec 8, 2018

Two words: Better when you play together. A pretty solid version of Minecraft I've played for about 60 hours in just a couple of weeks.

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3. 4. OnionKnight May 12, 2017

Minecraft on Switch displays a great balance between portability and functional. It's more powerful (map is much larger) than other Minecraft on Switch displays a great balance between functionality and portability. It's much more robust than other portable devices, such as iPad, PSV, and it's portable so you can play it wherever you like, as opposed to consoles with powerful capabilities like the PC, Xbox, and PS4. People, please stop complaining that this version isn't better than the console version. Can you play a good version of Minecraft on the subway using Xbox or PS4 (not the less-expensive version on iOS, PSV)? In general, this Switch version makes me want to play Minecraft more often than ever before and I believe it's a a great option for Nintendo Switch. The only issue is its price, which is a significant contrast to other platforms. However, MINECRAFT SERVERS comes with some nice DLC texture packs, as well as Mario mode Expand.

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5. EMPRR Nov 9, 2020

A great game for any platform! The only problem with the Switch version is that it doesn't allow you to join your own rented servers.

6. The_EpicGamerYT Aug 4, 2017

This is the definitive Minecraft version. This is the definitive Minecraft version. It is a deep version of the Xbox and PlayStation versions and puts it to the mobile. It doesn't compromise controls or features like Minecraft: Pocket Edition. The game runs smoothly at 60 frames per second and has a multitude of texture packs bundled with the purchase. It supports local multiplayer as well as online PVP. For any people who skipped the Xbox and PlayStation versions This is the game for you. .... Expand

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7. UpSideUpFlower July 30, 2020

Ok, ok. I love mein kampf. It's a relaxing, enjoyable game that is simple and enjoyable concept. Hehe. I do have a problem with the switch versionOk, but it's ok. I love mein kampf. It's a relaxing, fun game with a simple but enjoyable concept. Hehe. I do have issues with the switch version tho. There isn't a zombie? It wasn't planned. I mean, cmon? Mein kampf skins are appropriate for a significant character in the gaming industry, i believe. Cmon Kcom. Sort your game out please .... Expand

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8. Grindybord November 20, 2017

It is horrible to use Minecraft on the Nintendo. I am so sick of it. If I would like to play Minecraft, I will play in on my PC. My kids feel the same way! The switch is a nightmare. I hate it so much. If i want to play minecraft i will play in my computer. My children feels the same!