The best Minecraft Pocket Edition seeds
Author: PCGamesN ❘ May 26, 2016 ❘ 541 views
Are you looking for Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition seeds? Need The best Minecraft Pocket Edition seeds? Well, you’ve come to the right place. You may have discovered that the Windows 10 version of Minecraft is different to the normal PC version of the game, and normal Minecraft seeds don’t work. This is because the Windows 10 edition is actually Minecraft Pocket Edition, as seen on mobiles. So you’ll need different seeds to get the right results.
So if you’re looking for a great seed to start your Minecraft adventure off with, what should you type into the seed box? Well, let us be your guide with our handy run down of the best Minecraft Pocket Edition seeds. Oh and if you’re looking for deeper adventures check our list of Minecraft maps.
Waterfalls are so last year. Now it’s all about magnificent columns of lava spilling out of a sheer cliff face. This seed offers more than just visual spectacle too – just do a little digging around the spawn point and you’ll quickly find an abandoned mineshaft packed with iron, coal, obsidian, gold and diamonds.
Ideal for budding adventurers, this seed will spawn you in a beautifully constructed blacksmith’s village that borders both a desert and plain biome with a well hidden secret. Head to the village well and take the plunge to find a massive underground stronghold complete with zombies, an End Portal and whole load of mushrooms.
When a Minecraft seed produces a village, it’s normally perfect in every way. Not this seed though. This seed attempts to build a village on the side of a mountain, resulting in a house towering above everyone on an unreachable plateau, and a crop garden buried in the side of the mountain. A unique place to set up camp.
Villages tend to be isolated little huts surrounded by miles and miles of abandoned ground. This seed isn’t content with tiny settlements, and instead combines three villages to make a bonafide Minecraft town. It’s rare to find such a bustling area created entirely by the game, rather than players.
This seed spawns you in what at first appears to be a fairly generic woodland biome. But look up, and you’ll see things aren’t quite as pedestrian as they seem. Floating islands are the unique selling point of infinity, and surely the foundations for your very own skybase.
A brilliant seed for survival island players, you’ll spawn on a small desert landmass with nothing but endless ocean surrounding you. But underneath the island is a network of deep tunnels and caves filled with iron and some other rarer resources that make this a challenging but fun survival island map.
Mesa Spike biomes don’t exist, but this seed will make you believe they do. From spawn if you take a stroll into the Mesa biome straight ahead, the landscape will soon produce giant, multi-textured stalagmite formations. It’s one of the most unique landscapes we’ve ever seen produced from a seed.
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A swamp biome that’s bordered by an attractive extreme mountain biome; perfect for an afternoon hike. And should that not be enough for you, the sleepy nearby village contains a blacksmith’s stocked with emeralds, gold, and an iron helmet.
You can spend forever hunting through a world for a good village, so just save yourself time and use this seed to spawn on top of the mother of all villages. It’s one of the biggest we’ve ever seen, with multiple houses, gardens, blacksmith’s, and churches; a real Minecraft Metropolis.
legend of luuc
You’ll spawn by a desert village situated on the edge of a mesa biome in this seed. There’s a blacksmith’s with a chest containing emeralds, but that’s not the exciting part. Jump down the well and start digging, and you’ll find yourself in a stronghold with a portal.
A field of towering ice spikes overlooks a small riverside village in this seed, providing the idea home camp beside the perfect place for a Frozen-inspired adventure.
candy crush saga
The seed you’ll definitely remember because of it’s ridiculous name, candy crush saga does not generate an infuriating match3 game, but instead crafts a beautiful set of hollowed-out mountains, complete with epic overhangs and flowing waterfalls. Just stunning.
Explore a lovely snowy biome, complete with towering ice spikes. There’s a very Christmassy village right on the edge of the snow biome too, which is an ideal starting home base.
One of most charming elements of Minecraft is it’s giant mushroom biomes. Whilst most other biomes are content to sort-of-realistically recreate geographic landscapes, the mushroom biome just sprouts 6ft tall fantasy red-cap mushrooms. They’re normally accompanied by red cows, too. This seed will spawn you within walking distance of a mushroom peninsula.
Head straight out to sea from spawn in this seed and you’ll soon find this wonderful mountain range jutting up from the water’s surface. Nothing to find, but the view is worth a hundred diamonds.
A lot of the joy of discovery in Minecraft comes from finding usual things in unusual places. The novelty is strong with this seed, that dumps a village in the ocean. With wooden plank decks joining the buildings together, this is a lovely little sea-side port town to relax in, and it’s right in front of you when you spawn.
This seed spawns you on the edge of a forest filled with towering taiga trees, making the the ideal seed for anyone planning to spend their Minecraft life as a carpenter. You won’t be running out of wood anytime soon.
This seed generates a massive rocky mountain, with a thriving village nestled at the base. Surrounding it are numerous interesting zones and sights, including a desert and swamp biome, a huge mushroom, and a pit of scorching lava just a short walk from spawn.
Survival Island with a twist: rather than marooning you on a desert island with only a tree for company, this seed generates an island with a whole village built upon it. Why survive alone when you can be accompanied by mute NPC villagers?
This seed produces a mountain biome with some amazing overhangs, perfect for cliff-diving from. The mountains sit on the edge of a desert and savannah biome, where you’ll find two villages with blacksmith’s. There’s iron equipment, obsidian, emeralds, and apples to be looted from the village, too.
This seed produces a hillside village with all the amenities you could require from a local residential district. However, the real star of this seed is that – if you do a little digging – you’ll find a Stronghold within 64 blocks of your spawning location.
Rife with villages just a few minutes away from spawn, with the second one you encounter built above a mine shaft. If you’re looking for resources fast, a little bit of excavation work here will go a long way.