St Creepers – finishing the outside…

Today we decided to finish the hospital for poorly creepers so that any of them with soggy boom boxes could be fixed. Here are some pictures of what we built and tomorrow I’ll take some of the inside ๐Ÿ™‚

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This was before the roof garden was put on ๐Ÿ™‚

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This is the roof garden and café - sick creepers have to eat ๐Ÿ™‚

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You can see St Creepers right across Tattyland!

More pictures from my Tattyland world in Minecraft pocket edition ๐Ÿ™‚

HeadBurro Antfarm

I only put Minecraft Pocket Edition on my tablet after I returned home from work and found number one child had fooled the Good Lady Antfarm into buying it for him on her tablet. I decided to buy it on mine so I could both help him but also ensure there was nothing in there that I needed to worry about. Luckily, for the missus and I at least, there was no online element to the game. Indeed, the only multiplayer aspect is by two or more players joining a game on a Wi-Fi network which meant that we, me and The Boy, could play together!

From the get-go heโ€™s loved the creative mode more than the survival mode, I think itโ€™s the fact that the survival game is all about long-term planning with delayed rewards whereas the creative game gives you all the fun stuff up front and allowsโ€ฆ

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Building a pirate ship

We took a break from St Creepers’ to build a police boat, pirate ship and house by the sea.

This is the police boat (I did this this)

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This is the pirate ship (I did a lot of this but needed some help with the front bit).

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This is the house by the sea (I didn’t do this and don’t really know what it’s for).

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And this is the bridge we built across the sea to make Tattyland even bigger!

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