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Bigger worlds and cute puppies coming to Minecraft – Pocket Edition

News By Alex Beech, 6 months, 1 week ago
Bigger worlds and cute puppies coming to Minecraft – Pocket Edition

Whether you spend your time in Minecraft - Pocket Edition building tall towers or excavating mines, the promise of new content is always good news. Good news, then, as Mojang has just confirmed that the next big update for Minecraft - Pocket Edition is on its way to iOS. The update will focus on improving the game's code, allowing the game to generate even bigger worlds for you to explore. The Pocket Team is also working on a host of other tweaks, including improved AI, an updated inventory system, and new animals. This announcement also came with some bad news for beta testers of Pocket: Realms, the new Minecraft service designed to improve online play. It turns out that testing for th…


Developer removes lone in-app purchase from Lost Yeti

News By Alex Beech, 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Developer removes lone in-app purchase from Lost Yeti

Usually when an update hits the App Store a company likes to talk about what it has added. Oddly, today Neutronized Games has been talking about what it has removed from it block-sliding puzzler Lost Yeti – namely, in-app purchases. It seems that the Italian developer's decision is based on fan feedback to the game's solitary IAP, which allowed players to skip difficult levels. Talking about the decision on Twitter, Neutronized Games said that people didn't trust a game that offered a micro-transaction while still charging an up-front fee. Though we sympathise with this philosophy, we can't help but feel that the company would have been less willing to remove the purchase if more th…