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Minecraft iOSMojang’s Minecraft is now available on the Apple App store, and its fans are ‘iSO-happy’. Since release the game has sold over 4 million copies, and that’s just in BETA alone. Fans have been modding out the game with custom map skins and features since its big debut last year when Mojang released the pre-purchase BETA. For such a simple fun concept, the games internal features can become pretty complex with its Redstone Circuit system—putting those engineer brains cells to work.

Players can now enjoy the game anywhere, for a price tag of $6.99 USD. Unfortunately the price doesn’t bring in any new features; they’re pretty much the same as the desktop version with a few minor differences to compensate the platform.

Fist-punching-wood-chucker’s will only be able to explore randomized worlds in creative mode and features 36 different kinds of blocks. Players can also take advantage of multiplayer, but only via WiFi. iPad users can rejoice as the game will scale accordingly to their screens—iPhone users, well, you know the rest. Mojang has shown great care in the game with patches adding new features and plenty of bug fixes. So, that said, if you’re a hardcore Minecraft fan, you won’t have to leave home without it any longer.

(we are providing a legit URL below for our visitors, as there are several other imitation apps of Minecraft on the app store)

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