Minecraft Pocket Edition
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Minecraft is a video game independent construction, type open world or sandbox originally created by Sweden’s Markus Notch Persson, and subsequently developed by his company, Mojang AB. It was publicly released on May 17, 2009 in its alpha version, after various changes was released their full version on November 18, 2011.
A month before the release of its full version, October 18, 2011, a version was released for Android, and on 17 November of the same year was released for iOS version.On May 9, 2012 was launched version of the game for PS3 and Xbox 360, Xbox LiveArcade. All versions of Minecraft receive constant updates since its launch. On November 11, 2014, Minecraft launched its Edition for the section of PlayStation Vita, developed by Mojang and 4J Studios, this version features the same updates and similar to the other console versions; It has the system of cross-selling, also say that whenyou buy the PlayStation 3 version is purchased also the PlayStation Vita. Currently more than 54 million copies have been sold.
Minecraft is an open world game, so it does not have a target specific, allowing theplayer great freedom in the choice of their way of playing, despite this the game hascertain achievements that can realizarse.11 12 the default game mode is first person, although players are able to change it to third persona.13 the game focuses on the placement and destruction of blocks being that this is composed of cubic three-dimensional objects, placed on a fixed grid pattern. These cubes or blocks representmainly different elements of nature, Earth, stone, minerals, a tree trunks, between otros.14 the players are free to navigate their environment and change it through thecreation, collection and transport of the blocks that make up the game, which can only be placed respecting the fixed grid of the game.
Requiere Android:Varía según el dispositivo.