Minecraft Review in Creative Mode

Hi there fellow gamer’s, I hope you are all well during these tough times under lockdown.
I’m guessing that a lot of you are cooped up at home and keeping safe where you should be. This week at Jumpstar Gaming Studios we have done a lot of work on Minecraft creative mode.
Leo Playz has put together his own world this week.. not bad for a 6 year old. He decided to create his own world and built a house in it.

Leo's House From the outside

Leo created this world on the Amazon Fire 7 Tablet. It’s amazing to me how the graphics capabilities on some tablets and phones are better than some PC’s. We will get into that point in more detail in some future reviews because I do think it is an important point to cover when it comes to gaming hardware options.
This time Leo’s house was put together mainly with glass which he got from his inventory. Leo explained to me that when comes to creative mode it’s a little easier to be creative as you don’t need to mine for certain materials. They are already in your inventory.

Character Shots

Obi-Wan Kenobi

Here you can see some screen-grabs of his character Obi-Wan Kenobi from different angles. I have also shown different perspectives of the house and screen shots from above taken in creative mode.

Obi-Wan Kenobi
Leo's House From Above

Working with the Environment

The beauty of creative mode gives the player the ability to fly and create the most amazing things. In the pictures below Leo has also built a railway track, an extremely high diving board and a nice pool to dive into.

Leo's Diving Board from below

Luckily when you are playing in Minecraft creative mode heights are no problem for anyone doing the diving. Leo built this diving board from emerald blocks in his creative mode inventory.

Leo's Swimming Pool

As you can see below the railway was nicely put together leading from one part of Leo’s world to the other. All of the parts of the railway are found in your inventory in creative mode.

Railway Track

Keep a look our for our next post on Minecraft which will be coming soon.

Jumpstar Gaming will also be starting our new YouTube Channel in the near future and we will let you know when it’s up.
Look out for our awesome competitions in the coming month where we will be doing some great give away’s. 

Chat soon Jumpstar fans. Keep it real and stay safe at home.

By Brendan Cooney

Jumpstar Gaming Editor

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Minecraft Noob vs Minecraft Pro

Hello fellow Gamers welcome to the Minecraft Noob vs Minecraft pro series of posts. Today we are going to start a series of reviews on Mastering Minecraft and how to play the game.

With over 112 million active monthly players let’s see what the hype is about and why it is rated the BEST-SELLING VIDEO GAME OF ALL TIME.

Minecraft Stevve outside his house
Steve outside his house at night

At first glance it has a very old school look and feel, taking you back to the original 8bit style graphics.. yikes I think I just gave away my age (rolling eye balls).

In Minecraft there are 2 playing modes, Creative and Survival.

Creative Mode

In Creative mode you can create to your hearts content and let your imagination run wild.

You can literally create your own worlds.

Survival Mode

In Survival mode you can be just as creative except you are not able to fly and you must focus on staying alive and healthy. This makes the game super exciting and awesome in a different way.

House Foundation
The Foundation of Steve’s House

Choosing a Character

Choose between Steve or Alex or if you have Minecoins you can create your own custom character. Steve is the default character and the star of the game.

What is the object of the game…?

The object is to create and survive. If you want to survive Diamond Armor will help and this means digging for diamonds which will make you both rich and keep you safe.

Walls at Night
Walls at Night

Day and night

Build your house in the day and at night when the zombies and mobs come out the fun part is to stay alive. One of the first things you must do in survival mode is to build a house.

Final House
The Finished House

Need some creative ideas of how to build the ultimate survival house or base? Check out our latest creation below.

Outside Shot
Outside at night

As you can see we have a house completed which was our goal. We can now be safe at night! Thank goodness. Watch out for our next post on Mastering Minecraft where you can learn more about how to succeed at the game.

All the best and keep on gaming.

By Brendan Cooney

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