Minecraft Pocket Edition Tips — How To Build A City Using These Quick Steps

Do you know how to build a city in Minecraft Pocket Edition? If not, we are here to help. You’ve probably already seen construction sites, like police stations or hospitals or even simple houses. You can build your city.

You can make simple cities or large and sophisticated cities. It really depends on what you want to do. First of all, you need to decide if you wish to built-in. It might be tricky since Creepers might ruin all your work. You also need to know that it will take you a lot of time to do it, so you need to be patient.

How To Build A City in Minecraft Pocket Edition

Decide what to build

  • If you’re going to make a metropolis, then you need to know that it is more significant than a city, and it’s modern when it comes to politics, economy, and culture.
  • If you want to build a city, the defense is going to be less. A roman city will be safer than a modern one.
  • If you’re going to create a town, keep in mind that’s smaller than a city, and also less defensive than one.
  • If you want to build a village, the defense is very poor, and you’ll get a tiny gathering.

Choose the land

Is it flat, is it hills or is it a forest? The easiest one is the flat surface, but if you want to see the beauty of the hills, well, it is your choice.

Do some digging

The land has lumps and digs, and you need to make it even, to bring them to a single level. It’s essential to terraform if you want to build something useful. For example, the bodies of water can destroy the construction if you did not do the terraforming properly.

Do the planning

You need to have a plan. It might not hurt to make a blueprint. It is not easy to design a city. It really depends on how your construction will look. Before you start, make sure you know where to build the buildings, where the roads are (and their size), and make sure you also have the architecture to attract players.

Start building

It is time to do the actual construction. Make sure you actually back up the entire process while you’re designing your city. Just export and copy your worlds – you’ll basically “save” them. Do that from time to time, and you won’t lose a thing.

Take care of all the other things

The city is done, but you need to add other things, such as pictures and villagers. Make your city more welcoming. Put flowers and trees and benches and make it look like a real city.

The final touches

Go around your town in Minecraft Pocket Edition and see if it’s suitable for playing. If you think so, then you’re good to go. If not, make sure you’re making the necessary changes.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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