Minecraft – Pocket Edition for Android is about to be re-released with support for a wider range of Android devices. Until now, the game was optimised for the Xperia Play and was not guaranteed to work well with other Android phones. This long-awaited Android application update is great news for Minecraft fans everywhere.
The application’s creators at Mojang were originally due to re-release the game on 29th September, but came across a last-minute bug to iron out. However, the instant that bug is fixed they’ll release a version of Minecraft – Pocket Edition which most Android users [2.3+] can enjoy. As well as offering support for more phones, the re-release has some great new features which Minecraft fans will love.
Minecraft lovers can pick up the Minecraft – Pocket Edition application for 4.99€ / US$6.50 from the Android Market or test out the . The applications use Minecraft’s creative mode, and the demo version is limited so that users are unable to save their worlds.
The new application release will also offer touch-screen controls, which you can see in action on YouTube here.
Be the first to know when the bugs are fixed by following Mojang application developer David Kaplan, @Kappische on Twitter.
Source: Droid Life