This map features a quick armor stand tutorial, it shows off all of the armor stand poses as well as giving five clever creations of ways you can use them in-game. The armor stands primary use are to hold and display wearable items and it’s really the most convenient way to store you gear rather than keeping it hidden (and easily forgotten) in chests.
Creator: Generosario, Twitter Account
Important: This requires the 1.2 beta which is currently limited to Windows 10 and Android users only! Find out how to join the beta by clicking here!
Futuretroplis is a small, futuristic city situated on the coastline of a plains biome. It’s a magnificent build with amazing views and most parts of the city are made out of huge skyscrapers which reach far beyond the clouds. All of the buildings include floors and some of them even have interiors. It’s really a city well worth exploring!
Creator: tpar69, Twitter AccountUpdated: 15 August, 2017 (added a residential area, farming area, power plant)
The beta for version 1.2, also known as the Better Together update, has finally arrived! This means that users on console, Pocket Edition and Windows 10 will all be able to play together. It also introduces a whole bunch of other features (all of which you can find here in more detail). This map presents some of the most interesting features and presents them in an easy and accessible way.
Poles! The blocks you see here are single iron and glass blocks. And on the very right (not the banners) you can see transparent ice.
There are lots of wonderful features and I really recommend that you head in-game (if you can) to check them out yourself. If you can’t then read the changelog here while waiting.
This map provides detailed explanations for some of the new features such as banners, armor stands and other things which are being added in version 1.2 for Minecraft. The beta launched very recently and it’s available for Windows 10 (desktop) and Android users. If you are looking to learn more about this update then give this map a try (or check out the changelog here).
Creator: Cheete, Twitter Account
Banners, armor stands and books are some of the new features you can expect to experience in the Better Together update.
Pick up the books from the chests and read detailed descriptions about each new feature. (Windows 10: right-click to read a book, Android: tap on the ground to read a book)
Make sure to read the changelog and the FAQ for more information about the new update!
This map is made for anyone who consider themselves a true Minecraft geek and don’t want to miss out on even the most trivial things about the game. Minecraft PE is very similar to the original PC game but there are still things which are different, and in most cases for the better. If you want to learn more about the differences then make sure to play this map!
Creator: Allan1905, Twitter Account
Updated: 2 August, 2017 (added version for 1.2 beta)
Prepare for a lot of reading as most of the explanations are done via the text chat.
Version 1.2 adds a whole lot of cool features and one of them is the banner. Banners are decorative blocks which can be fully customized to your own preference. This map includes a total of 50 different ideas for banner designs. One downside though is that there are no crafting recipes included so you can only use the designs as ideas to build upon or as inspiration.
Creators: Pastimeboy, Twitter Account
You’ll find 50 different banners and they are each uniquely amazing. Some of them are even flags for countries like Brazil.
It’s a little bit tricky to craft a banner. I truly recommend that you head over to the Minecraft Wiki to read a detailed guide for crafting. Hopefully someone can make a thorough/detailed tutorial map for that in the future.
Banners are a new feature in version 1.2 for Minecraft and this map aims to show you some tips and tricks you can use to create really cool and unique banners on your own. There are lots of useful information on the wiki but if you don’t have the time to read all of that then check out this map.
Creator: Generosario, Twitter Account
The tutorial will walk you through a series of steps and you’ll learn everything from how to craft a banner to how to make some more complex design changes.
Hopefully by the end of it you will have the knowledge required to design a more advanced banner.
This is a city which has been in constant development for somewhere around two years by now, but this is the first time it’s being released here. LexerCity is a modern city with many great architectural designs, including several skyscrapers, apartment complexes and more. There are lots of different things to see here and that makes it fun to explore. It should be noted, however, that it’s a fairly small city but it’s still pretty cool.
Creator: Lexer_Gaming, Twitter Account
Updated: 4 August, 2017
Just by watching his last episode I can tell that he’s really knowledgeable about Minecraft and he also got an entertaining way to explore and share it in his videos.
Creator: BluJayGames, Twitter Account, YouTube
Updated: 31 July, 2017
This is an experimental version of a Tardis which can go to 28 different destinations. The interior rooms include the Destination Databanks, Zero Room (removes effects, restores health and regenerates health), Cloister, Engine Room and a bunch of other places. You can return to the normal world at any point simply by leaving the Tardis. If you consider yourself a Whovian (also known as a Doctor Who fan) then it’s really a must-play!
Creator: DingDong61, Twitter AccountUpdated: 31 July, 2017 (optimized for low-end devices, 49 destinations reduced to 28 destinations)
You enter the Tardis by stepping up to the front door of the police box. And whenever you want to go back to the normal survival world, you can do so too!
Inside the Tardis you can access 28 different locations. You can find an almost full list further down on this page.
Important: The latest version has been optimized for low-end devices. However, depending on your device there might still be lag issues.