One of the big additions coming to Minecraft: Pocket Edition is the inclusion of full Redstone capabilities, which can make all sorts of automated things. The basics have already been added to Minecraft: Pocket Edition, that being the Redstone itself, but the more complex items and better optimization will be coming in the next update to the game.
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The other day we reported on the fact that Minecraft: Pocket Edition 0.13.0 update is currently available to play in the MCPE beta which will be bringing functioning Redstone. While people can build insanely complex and functioning machines among other things with Redstone, a lot of players are also pretty intimidated by it. So Mojnag has released a video to show off what you can do with Redstone in MCPE.
For those of you who are in the Minecraft: Pocket Edition beta with us, there is some pretty big news as the newest update version (that being 0.13.0) has hit beta status and is now playable for folks in the beta. The big feature with this beta? Full Redstone has been added to the game.
Yesterday we reported on Mojang who did a live stream Q&A session on Twitch about Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition. Everything from future plans for both versions of the game, to what we can expect in the very next update was covered. A few interesting tidbits did come out that fans of the franchise will be interested to know.
So while we were just watching the impromptu live Q&A Session on Twitch by Mojang about Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition, a conversation came up with us about Android TV support for Minecraft: Pocket Edition. While nothing was officially announced for Minecraft: Pocket Edition in regards to Android TV support during the Q&A Session, it is incredibly easy for you to add it yourself.
Mojang is holding a bit of an impromptu live Q&A Session regarding Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition over on Twitch this morning. The developers behind the popular sandbox game will be answering as many questions as they can about both games, starting at 8:30am PST.
Mojang has been working on the next big release for Minecraft: Pocket Edition for a bit now. If you’re a part of the beta testing group, then you’ve already been enjoying a lot of the new cool features coming with the 0.12.0 update. The crew working on the update have been keeping everyone updated as to when we can expect to get our hands on the new update officially. Last week it was planned to have it out today, but that has unfortunately changed.
Scribbled Arena – Pocket Edition is a new cross-platform multiplayer PvP game from developers Apar Games. As you can probably guess from the game’s name, Scribbled Arena features some rather good ‘drawn’ style visuals as well as real-time combat with other players.
The newest build for Minecraft: Pocket Edition version 0.12.1 has just been finished and will be arriving shortly for those of you beta testing the new builds as they come out. Version 0.12.0 arrived back in the beginning of July, so these builds are expanding on that release.
We only recently had Minecraft: Pocket Edition updated with version 0.11 and over this past weekend Minecon 2015 took place were more details were revealed about the next version. While Minecraft: Story Mode has its world premier during Minecon 2015, Minecraft: Pocket Edition version 0.12 was also unveiled and this is shaping up to be the best update yet. So here is what to expect when version 0.12 arrives, although it won’t be for a little while still.