Minecraft has been toying around with offering multiplayer Realms across desktop, consoles and phones for a while now – and now it wants Android users to help test its Pocket Edition. Today, if you want to play multiplayer on mobile, you’ll need to mess around with IP addresses, network ports and the like, but Minecraft is finally putting Realms on Android out for alpha testing. You’ll need Minecraft: Pocket Edition ($6.99) and an Xbox Live login to get in on the action, but if you’re all set, it’s waiting on Google Play. In the future, you’ll only need an Xbox login if…

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