The mobile edition of the famous game was released in August 2011, for the Xperia PLAY on Google Play and its price was $6.99. In October, the game arrived on iOS and in November, it was added to the iOS App Store. A year later, in September, Mojang has released it on the Amazon Appstore and in April 2014, the Amazon Fire TV owners were able to play it as well. Eventually, the Pocket Edition reached the Windows Phone devices in December 2014 and the version for Windows 10, also known as Minecraft Windows 10 Edition Beta, was brought in July 2015. Today we’ll talk about the new update of Minecraft Pocket Edition, 0.14.0, which can be downloaded from the Play Store and played on Android devices.

A week ago, it was confirmed that the Minecraft Overworld update will be available for Windows 10 and the Pocket Edition, and now, the Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.14.0 can be found on the Play Store. This update allows the gamers to dress up as a witch, to play with new components and enjoy cauldron-powered Redstone comparators. Also, witches will assist the players in creating potions, dyes for the armor, and to generate power.



The update brings also slime blocks, red sandstone and 15 new redstone specialist skins for Redstone engineering, mining, rail-riding and TNT-ing; wearable pumpkins (a little bit too late or early for Halloween); improved chicken jockey mobs (baby zombies will have a 15 percent chance to want to be a jockey); item frames to display the coolest loot; dispensers; droppers; hoppers; trapped chests; more Minecart types etc.

These are some of the features that haven’t been included in the desktop version, but they passed the stable version for Android. The players have been waiting for them since the end of January and now they’re finally able to enjoy them, as well as the new features.

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