The iPad version of Blizzard's all-conquering card-'em-up has just arrived on Apple's American and UK App Stores, having already been soft launched in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. You can get it by clicking here. But is the mobile version any good? And why, as PC gamers, should you care?
Our hyper-chums at Edge have created something very clever. They've launched a new iPad version of their mag. It's a bit like the PC Gamer iPad version, but extra special. The Edge iPad edition has been designed from the ground up to be read on a tablet and comes complete with galleries, videos and other interactive elements.
During an interview with PC Gamer at GDC yesterday Notch confirmed that a different developer will be taking charge of the iPhone and iPad versions of Minecraft.
Notch announced that iPhone and iPad versions of the massively successful game were in development a few weeks ago. Read on for the new details.
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