Minecraft Classic is now free-to-play inside almost any web browser.
The game’s release is part of a #MinecraftMemories campaign to celebrate its tenth anniversary. It obviously doesn’t offer everything you expect from modern Minecraft. But it’s a wonderful trip back in time — and anyone can enjoy it.
Minecraft for Apple TV has been scrapped. Users can no longer download the game from the tvOS App Store, while existing players have been informed that the title will no longer receive updates or support.
The game’s removal is being blamed on a lack of players. Developer Mojang explains that it needs to “reallocate resources to the platforms that our players use the most.”
The redesigned App Store has been a boon for developers, based on new third-party data that shows getting a little promotion goes a long way when it comes to downloads.
With the launch of iOS 11, Apple made some big changes to how iPhone and iPad users browse apps in the App Store. App Store shoppers are now greeted by big promotions for the App of the Day and Game of the Day which has become worth a lot of money to developers if you’re lucky enough to be selected.
Apple’s new campus isn’t move-in ready just yet, but you can take a virtual tour of the company’s new headquarters thanks to a Minecraft player who painstakingly re-created the entire spaceship.
It took over a year for Alex Westerlund to replicate the Apple spaceship campus in Minecraft, with more than 232 hours invested in the virtual building. Without using help or mods, Westerlund claims his Minecraft Apple Campus is 100 percent accurate.
When you realize your Minecraft world is better than the real world, you’ll find more to do inside it so that you never have to leave. Here’s one thing that will keep you entertained for hours: a working version of Pokémon Fire Red right inside Minecraft.