According to a tweet by Mojang CEO Carl Manneh, those of us with Android phones that aren’t Sony’s Xperia PLAY can now get our build on with Minecraft: Pocket Edition, as it is now available on the Android Market.
The game is currently limited to only creative mode, though it does feature multiplayer over a local wireless connection. You can even save your multiplayer world to your phone, so when your friends leave, your world isn’t lost to M’Kraftigoth, the Blocky World Devourer.
The full game currently costs $6.99, and can be purchased here. Of course, if you’re afraid that it won’t run well on your phone, or are apprehensive about the (sort of wonky) touch screen control scheme, you can try the demo out for free.