By now, Minecraft has become the go-to platform for people looking to get a few extra hours of fun out of their time, whether they want to go exploring for a bit of entertainment or just sit around and play the game for hours on end.
While the game is still available on consoles and PC, it’s also available on Android devices, as well as smartphones.
Now, a new developer, Mojang, is bringing the game to the mobile platforms as well.
Minecraft: Pocket Edition will be released on Google Play, iOS, and Amazon’s App Store later this year.
The game is a single-player game that allows players to create their own sandbox Minecraft world, and will allow players to explore their own creations, complete quests, and interact with other players.
Mojang says that Minecraft: Handmade Edition will come with “more than 100 items, including more than a hundred crafting stations, 100 crafting stations for crafting, and a full array of upgrades to make your creations more unique.”
Players will be able to create and decorate their own home, as the game includes a “crafting system,” allowing players to design their own homes using a blueprint system, similar to Minecraft: Stardew Valley.
There are also “items for building” to be found throughout the game.
Mojong says that there are “no in-app purchases in Pocket Edition,” which will allow developers to charge extra for items that players might want to purchase later on in the game, like extra resources for their crafting stations.
The Minecraft Pocket Edition release date has yet to be announced.
Mojangs Pocket Edition mobile game will come pre-installed on Android and iOS devices, but Mojang hasn’t revealed the exact device, nor have they confirmed the launch window for the app.
The developers also haven’t revealed if the game will include voice chat.
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