Minecraft on the Apple iOS platform is coming soon, but the latest news isn’t as exciting as the first time you tried it.
Today, the company announced that the game will be available for download on Mac, Linux and Windows platforms.
While this isn’t a big news to fans of the original, this new announcement may not bring any excitement for those who already own the game.
“We want to let you know today that Minecraft will be coming to Mac, Mac OS X, Windows, and Android devices, including iPad, iPhone, iPad mini, and iPod touch,” the company stated in a press release.
“We will be updating the Mac version of the game with the latest changes as soon as we can.”
That’s great news for those of you who have been waiting to try out Minecraft for a while.
This is a huge step in the right direction, but it’s not enough to convince those who want the game on PC or iOS to give it a try.
There are plenty of other games out there that have Minecraft on iOS.
For example, Ico and Portal are both available on iOS and Android, and you can also play them on your iPad with the new iPad Mini or Mac.
However, if you’re looking for something new to play on the platform, you should probably stick to the Windows platform.
That said, there are some interesting games out on Windows that have been ported to iOS and Mac, including the recently released Tomb Raider, the recently launched Fallout 4, and the recently announced Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag.