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Minecraft: Story Mode lands on iOS and Android

The long-awaited Minecraft: Story Mode game has arrived on mobile devices, following its roll-out on consoles and the Steam platform earlier this week.

The episodic-version of Mojang’s building game was made by Telltale Games, which also created spin offs for Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and Back to the Future.

Episode 1 is available on iOS and Android from today for £3.99/$4.99, while users can also snap up the 5 episode season pass for £19.99/$24.99.

Related: Minecraft: Store Mode review

In the Story Mode, rather than just build in the open world, gamers will embark on a “perilous adventure across Overworked, through the Nether, to the End, and beyond,” according to the game’s description.

Users will be able to choose options that define their own adventures. Gamers will be able to choose what their characters say and what they do in different moments throughout the game.

Related: iOS 10 release date

“You and your friends revere the legendary Order of the Stone: Warrior, Redstone Engineer, Griefer, and Architect; slayers of the Ender Dragon. While at EnderCon in hopes of meeting Gabriel the Warrior, you and your friends discover that something is wrong… something dreadful. Terror is unleashed, and you must set out on a quest to find The Order of the Stone if you are to save your world from oblivion,” the synopsis continues.

The game has array of voice talent, including comedian Patton Oswald and Ashley Johnson, who played the role of Ellie in The Last of Us.

The Story Mode is also now available on PlayStation, Xbox and Steam.

Have you downloaded story mode yet? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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