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'Minecraft Earth' puts a 'Pokémon Go' spin on your favorite blocky building game

Mashable Friday, 17 May 2019 ()
It was only a matter of time, right?

Minecraft is taking a step into the real world later in 2019, and it's looking to examples like Pokémon Go for inspiration. We've seen Mojang's global sensation flourish in virtual reality already, and now it's taking aim on a new technological frontier: augmented reality.

The new game...

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