Minecraft PE Mega Taiga Seeds

Each Minecraft PE Mega Taiga Seed listed below has a mega taiga biome at or near the game’s spawn point.

Three Big Biomes [Mega Taiga, Jungle, Extreme Hill] – MCPE 0.16

This seed spawns you in an area with three big biomes, mega taiga, jungle, and extreme hills, and they’re all right next to each other. Each one has their own set of benefits, and each has its own large feature either in the form of trees or hills. On this seed, you don’t have to decide which biome you want to settle in. You can pick all of them.

Battle of the Climates [Taiga, Jungle, and Desert] – MCPE 0.15.X Seed

Taigas, jungles, and deserts usually have completely different climates, but only in Minecraft could they exist right next to each other. This weird combination of biomes will provide you with a variety of materials to choose from for building. They also give you variation in foods to keep your hunger bar full. Not to mention there’s a dungeon that can give you special, rare items.

0.10x Seed: Rare – Mushroom Island Touching Mainland

An epic MCPE seed from an Epic Minecraft PE fan! It’s something you don’t often see: a Mushroom Island Biome that is attached to the mainland! Here’s what the Epic fan who submitted it had to say:

Did you ever dream about mushroom island? Because I did. I found this island yesterday. It’s connected with taiga biome. It’s medium, and there are a lot of mooshrooms there. Enjoy! – Ami

Huge Mineshaft Under Spawn

Looking for a huge mineshaft? Here’s an easy one for you. This seed spawns you directly above a two caves when you dig down. The first cave will quickly lead you to an abandoned mineshaft. When you reach that first cave, do a quick survey of the connecting tunnels and rooms and you’ll see the mineshaft.

Oceanside Mega Taiga

Of all the biomes the mega taiga is amongst the rarest to find. This mega taiga is bordered by a deep ocean on one side with beaches sprinkled along the coast. Rivers flow from the ocean through the tall-treed forest revealing extreme hills. There are a few mega spruces inland, but they aren’t the majority of the tree types.