If you’re the owner of a device that doesn’t support Java, you still can play Minecraft! Just use the Bedrock edition, based on the widespread programming language C plus plus.
It offers the same sandbox game but with a few changes in the design and inventory. First, the colors are more saturated than usual, and the world landscapes are generated with a new algorithm. Explore the Martian surface of Badlands, frozen ocean with icebergs, or snowy mountains with skeletons, strays, and abandoned igloos.
The third gem is special items. Build a campfire at night, depict your travel on a cartography table, and rest from heavy armor, putting it on an armor stand.
Today, however, developers move towards similarizing the two editions. The C plus plus version receives the newest updates, giving all Minecraft fans an equal amount of fun.