Mojang’s Minecraft Pocket Edition for Android devices has just received a new update that brings new features and fixes some of the bugs affecting the previous version.
With update 0.7.4, Minecraft players will be able to ignite creepers using flint and steel. In addition, the game has been added support for connecting to external servers, which was one of the most demanded features by fans of Mojang’s indie title.
Last but not least, the latest update brings lots of bug fixes that were affecting previous versions of the game. Unfortunately, no details on what’s been fixed have been unveiled yet.
If you don't have the game yet, you can now download the new Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.7.4 for 5.99 / €4.49 via Google Play Store.
Keep in mind that the game should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.1 Eclair operating system or later.
For the time being, Minecraft Pocket Edition includes Survival and Creative modes, multiplayer over a local Wi-Fi network, infinite worlds, caves, new biomes, mobs, villages and lots more.
This means that players will be able to craft, create and explore anywhere in the world so long as they have hands spare and battery to burn.