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You can now play Minecraft on your Apple TV

The game costs $19.99 and is rolling out in all regions.


The holidays have come early for Apple TV owners.

The hit game Minecraft is now available on Apple's set-top box. Minecraft: Apple TV Edition, which was first announced in October, lets players dig for resources and construct buildings out of textured cubes. You can also fight monsters, explore the never-ending world and craft various items.

The game is available now for $19.99. For a limited time, it comes with seven downloadable content packs. They include the Holiday 2015, Town Folk, and City Folk skin packs, along with the Plastic, Natural, Cartoon, and Festive 2016 mashups.

While the Apple TV Edition doesn't currently support Minecraft Realms or Xbox Live, both features are said to arrive "in the near future" as part of an update.