Razlichny sources express different assumptions, some resources, for example, claim that there can be about 10 players. But it is well known that this way you can even organize cross-platform multiplayer.shag 1 Make sure that your devices are within the same Wi-Fi connection. Both iOS and Android users can do this in the Settings menu, in the Wi-Fi menu sub-item. This requirement is the main one, and without it you will not succeed.Step 2Go to Minecraft: Pocket Edition on the first device, then click the big Settings button at the bottom of the screen. Select the menu item called "Local Server Multiplayer".shag 3 Create a new world or download an existing one. It doesn't matter which mode you choose - creative or survival, small game worlds or endless – choose whatever you like. Now that you are already in the game, other gamers will be able to join you. shag 4 On another player's device, after logging in to Minecraft, click 'Play', then wait a few seconds, and you will see the remote server in the list of worlds. It will be highlighted in blue and marked with the Wi-Fi icon on the right side.
Tap on it – that's it, now you're playing together! You can use the chat button located in the upper-right corner of the screen to send messages to each other, and you can also change the name of the character in the 'Options'menu.