Vote for Mobs

Five Ways to vote for Minecraft mobs Minecraft PE

Each player may feel Minecraft world needs a little more. The easy way for players new to the game to help out is by giving feedback on what will make their game experience better.

With the release of Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.10.1, Mojang has integrated a way for the player to vote for Minecraft mobs to be added. The process is simple and easy and can be done in Five ways.

How to Vote for Minecraft Mobs On the Title Screen

The first way to vote for Minecraft mobs is on the title screen of the Minecraft PE game. The player hits the title screen button and then presses it again, and a button will appear that says “Mobs”. When you press this button, an overlay will come up with all the existing mobs in Minecraft PE. Underneath each mob, there is a five-star rating system.

How to Vote for Minecraft Mobs

On The World Update Page

The second way to vote for Minecraft mobs is on the world update page for Minecraft PE. Player must first go onto the page, then click on the page’s title, and another button will appear that says “Mobs.” When you press this button, an overlay will come up with all the existing mobs in Minecraft PE. Underneath each mob, there is a five-star rating system.

Vote On The Mobs Tab within the Change-Log Page

The third way to vote for Minecraft mobs is on the Mobs tab within the change log page for Minecraft PE. Player must first go onto the page, then click on the page’s title, and another button will appear, “Mobs”. When you press this button, an overlay will come up with all the existing mobs in Minecraft PE. Underneath each mob, there is a five-star rating system.

On The Mobs Tab within the Builds and Save Page

The fourth way to vote for Minecraft mobs is on the Mobs tab within the Builds and Save page for Minecraft PE. Player must first go onto the page, then click on the title of the page, and another button will appear that says “Mobs”. When you press this button, an overlay will come up with all the existing mobs in Minecraft PE. Underneath each mob, there is a five-star rating system.

Mobs Voting

On The Mobs Tab within the Game Menu Page

The fifth way to vote for Minecraft mobs is on the Mobs tab within the Game menu page for Minecraft PE. Player must first go onto the page, then click on the title of the page, and another button will appear that says “Mobs.” When you press this button, an overlay will come up with all the existing mobs in Minecraft PE. Underneath each mob, there is a five-star rating system.

On The New Tab Page

The sixth way to vote for Minecraft mobs is on the new tab page for Minecraft PE. Player must first go onto the page, then click on the page’s title, and another button will appear that says “Mobs.” When you press this button, an overlay will come up with all the existing mobs in Minecraft PE. Underneath each mob, there is a five-star rating system.

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Conclusion

Remember that Mojang listens to the community’s feedback and how players feel about the game. It is important to know that terms and conditions are applied for Minecraft PE. These are ways for players to show how they feel about mobs.

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