+ Saturday September 21st, 2019

Mojang postponed the launch of Minecraft Pocket Edition for all Android devices a week ago, however, today one of their developers, Daniel Kaplan, announced on via Twitter that Minecraft Pocket Edition would launch today *cheers*. Kaplan later replied to a Tweet which asked if bugs would still be found when run on the Galaxy S, to which he replied yes — so if you own a Galaxy S and want to play Minecraft, you might experience a few hiccups here and there. We’ll post the link here once the game is available on the Android Market.

Update: It’s available to download now (for $6.70). Daniel Kaplan said on his Twitter that it is best used on a phone with a 1GHz+ CPU and Android 2.3.

Source: @Kappische.

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The demo version worked fine on my Xperia X10.
Sucks battery, of course.

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Being an avid player of Minecraft on PC, bugs are standard fare with anything Mojang so I’m not surprised.

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