0

In Bedrock Edition, we can bridge by placing blocks in front of us that seems like scaffolding, and the most prominent from them is the MJ bridge, but I want to find ways on doing jump bridging.

Since I use a phone for playing Bedrock, it is actually quite difficult to do such bridging. Tapping fast really doesn't work, and the reach for mobile users is lower compared to PC/controller users if we were to consider the scaffolding methods.

So since this is how we will go about, how to properly do the jump bridge on Mobile? It's quite hard and I don't know how to master it.

1

Yeah, I’d tend to agree... however I have seen people sprint bridging (without jumping) on IPad. This technique involves spam clicking and sprinting across the void, although I am sure it is much more difficult on an IPhone. While this method isn’t as reliable as console jump-bridging, it’ll do in a pinch. Hopefully this helps!

1
  • I know how safe bridging works, but we do it slowly to avoid falling off. This answers it, but I won't accept it. – Mark Giraffe Feb 18 at 11:42
0

It's actually impossible to jump bridge using Mobile, given the reasons I already specified in the question. It's better to just safe bridge because it can maintain the reach for mobile users.

With that being said, it is also impossible to MJ bridge. If you really want to do some jump bridging, you can try Java tellybridging, but it is not suggested.

-1

U can jump bridge on mobile, but not jump bridging as in placing the block first on the air, rather than placing the block on an existing block or on existing blocks.

New contributor
Arjun the Rage Guy is a new contributor to this site. Take care in asking for clarification, commenting, and answering. Check out our Code of Conduct.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.