Wednesday , November 21 2018 Ausdroid » News » Minecraft coming to an Android device near you later this year

I’m personally a massive fan of Minecraft and I know there are many of you out there who are big fans as well, if not a little addicted. If you are one of those people, you can kiss all your spare time goodbye once Minecraft makes its way to Android later this year, which is quite a fine effort seeing as though the desktop version is yet to leave beta. Mojang’s head of business development Danial Kaplan told Kotaku that they were thinking of getting a 3rd party to develop the mobile version of the game but instead decided to develop it in-house, which I’m sure will lead to much better results in the long run. Bring on the end of the year 😉

Source: Kotaku AU.

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Somebody’s actually made a serious attempt at porting MC to android (well actually just a level renderer/explorer with ability to destroy/build blocks) and IMO he has done a really good job at it. Link: http://code.google.com/p/minedroid

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Oh man can’t wait! I have seen my future, and it involves me planning my next phone/tablet upgrade around which device plays minecraft the best 😛

Dylan Waghorne
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I’d rather notch push out actual updates for the game faster and get it complete quicker than focus on other platforms.

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Dammit, now I’m not even going to be able to have a life on the train 🙁
If by life, you mean “sitting with your headphones on looking to a faraway place” that is.

Brodie Daff
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You reckon the X5 should do the job?

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