With the release of “Minecraft: Android Edition,” the developer behind the hit game “Minecraft” has revealed a new update that includes a new version of the game.
“Minecraft: iOS Edition” is the first to feature a new gameplay mode called “World Building” that allows players to create new worlds to explore.
Players will also be able to create their own worlds and have the ability to control them, and “Minecraft World” will have a “Minecraft-style” interface that allows for new worlds created from scratch.
The update will include the ability for players to build and modify Minecraft worlds as well as the ability that players can share their creations with the world.
Players will be able create their worlds using tools in the game’s “World Builder” mode.
Players will also have the option to have their worlds created by other players, but not with a single player.
Players can now share worlds via social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, and players can create new world by placing tiles on the map.
The update also includes a number of bug fixes, and some features that have been previously unavailable or unavailable since the game was released in late 2012, such as the option for players not to receive a notification when a game is over.
The update is available now for Android and iOS devices, and will be available for Windows PCs in the coming days.
The “Minecraft:” iOS Edition update is expected to be available soon for Android devices.