Microsoft has unveiled a new Minecraft Earth game that's coming to iOS and Android later this year. It will launch in beta form initially and will use augmented reality to allow gamers to place Minecraft items and even characters into the real world.
Minecraft is always a great way to get kids thinking about how to build things in much the same way that Lego has been for years, and now Microsoft has launched a special education-focused version of the game, specifically designed for ages K-12.
Here's how to download MCPE Maps IPA and APK for Minecraft Pocket Edition on iOS 10 and Android devices. There's no jailbreak or root required for this, and it's a wonderful extension for those who regularly play Minecraft PE.
Minecraft: Apple TV Edition is rolling out on tvOS App Store with the app being already live and available to download in some regions.
Mojang, the company behind the ever-popular Minecraft, has just been snapped up by Microsoft for $2.5 billion. The deal, which was heavily rumored throughout last week, sees Mojang as the ideal purchase as it attempts to build and increase its gaming portfolio, and given that the software giant has nothing it its repertoire remotely close to Minecraft, the purchase does make a great deal of sense.
You could be forgiven for thinking that Minecraft is slowly but surely taking over the world, after all, there doesn't seem to be a day to go by that I don't see some mention of it on my Twitter timeline or some forum. For those who may have been living under the largest rock known to mankind, or just don't take interest in that kind of thing, Minecraft is essentially a block building game allowing participants to build pretty much anything that their heart desires.