Mojang tends to be known for its work on Minecraft, but the developer has just released a brief, promotional visual novel. The company has released Minecraft: Pocket Edition patch 0.12.1, which allows up to five people to experience cross-platform play on Android, iOS, and Windows 10 devices. To introduce people to the concept, the developer has released Doki Doki Compatibility Quest 3 online.
Doki Doki Compatibility Quest 3 is a visual novel that plays in your browser. Players follow Winsten, a Windows 10 PC, as he attends his first day at Device High, a school for portable technology. There, he can meet and interact with Toshie the iPhone, Andy the Android device, and a Windows Phone named Dossie.
As Winsten meets each other student, he learns that he can enjoy the Minecraft: Pocket Edition experience with them, even though they’re running the mobile version and he’s Windows 10 Edition Beta. Each playthrough takes a few minutes, so you can see him arrange to play Minecraft with all three devices.
The Minecraft: Pocket Edition is available for iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices for $6.99. People who already own a copy of Minecraft are eligible to participate in the Windows 10 Edition Beta for free. Those who don’t already own it can purchase it for $9.99 from the Windows Store.