Minecraft Pocket Edition now available to Android devices with Intel chips

You may or may not know that most Android phones and tablets use a chip called the ARM chip, made by (you guessed it) ARM. Intel, a PC chip maker, wanted to get in on some of the action too. They worked with Google to make Android phones that run on the same architecture as your PC. These phones are part of the Intel Medfield project, and included devices such as the Motorola RAZR i. Well if you happen to have one of these devices, you will be pleased to know that Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.5.0 has support for them. This also means that people using Android x86 on their laptop or desktop can run it too. See the source link for the tweet.

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November 21, 2012 at 11:33 AM delete

The real thing is better than pocket edition from what I've heard

November 22, 2012 at 4:48 AM delete

What do you mean by the real thing? The PC version?