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Vince Vaughn Could Reteam With Delivery Man Director On Business Trip [b][url=http://wat chwhatmaisieknewon ]Watch What Maisie Knew Online[/url][/b] The PC version of Minecraft hit the 10 million sales mark earlier this month. Minecraft has been available on the PC since 2009 so we could see the mobile version overtake it in sales by the end of the year. The Pocket Edition retains the basic Minecraft experience. Players travel through a randomly generated world, gather materials, and build whatever structures they can dream up. Along the way, they'll also have to fend off an assortment of monsters. The mobile game lags behind its PC counterpart in terms of features, though. Mojang has been releasing updates over time to bring the Pocket Edition (as well as the Xbox 360 version) up to par with the PC version. They're still updating the PC version all the while, though, so it's a never-ending effort. To make mobile updates quicker, Mojang is reworking the backend of the game. Players will be able to test new experimental features before they're publicly released. The changes to the backend will also enable players to change options while playing the game, instead of forcing them to go to the main menu. [b][url=http://wat chsnitchonline001.]Watch Snitch Online[/url][/b] The next update for the Minecraft Pocket Edition will come in late May, Mojang says. This patch will introduce buckets to the game so that players can carry milk, water, or lava - because really, who doesn't like a bucket full of lava? The usual assortment of bug fixes will be included as well. Finally, finally, finally! Reverb Publishing and Handyman Studios' emergent, action-survival game Edge of Space has officially been greenlit for Steam. Even though I already have beta access, I'll be buying the game for a second time once it releases for good measure. EoS wasn't alone in the greenlighting process, it was joined by a few other notable titles. [b][url=http://wat chthecall2013onlin]Wa tch The Call Online[/url][/b] I've been championing for Edge of Space to get greenlit since it was originally announced as a Greenlight title. Unfortunately, pass after pass of games,  (May 2, 2013 | post #1)


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