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I have several iOS devices, one of which is an iPad 3 w/3G. If I enable tethering, and the other iDevices connect to it, will it be possible to play Minecraft PE between all the devices?

  • yes. tested on ipad2(wifi+3g) and iphone 4. – iMAGEbox Aug 28 '13 at 18:05
  • @iMAGEbox Is there a reason you put your answer in a comment instead of in an answer? – SevenSidedDie Sep 9 '13 at 0:10
  • nope there was no reason for that. i must put that? – iMAGEbox Sep 26 '13 at 12:00
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    @iMAGEbox: if you make it an answer, we can vote on it, and I can accept it. You get points! – James B Sep 27 '13 at 13:05
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I have tried this using the mobile hotspot feature of my CyanogenMod Android phone (a Samsung Captivate, though that shouldn't matter). I think only the Captivate can host, in this case. If other devices on the ad-hoc network try to host, the server isn't visible.

I did not get a chance to test it on the iPad, because I've had trouble setting up tethering there.

Minecraft PE really needs to add Bluetooth support...

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yes. tested on ipad2(wifi+3g/32gb) and iphone 4(16gb). mineraft pe serer is normal server like in minecraft but you can create only local wifi server(they are working on online servers now).

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