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<p>Minecraft developer Mojang has hired Shogi Cervantes: the creator of an unofficial program that lets Minecraft: Pocket Edition users play online multiplayer.</p><p>PocketMine lets you turn your computer or Android device into a server. Then, with a little port forwarding magic on your router, players from around the world can join the same world and craft together.</p><p>A tweet from Pocket Edition dev Tomasso Chechi seems to show that Cervantes is developing official online server tech for Minecraft's iOS and Android edition.</p><p>Pocket Edition used to work with an alpha version of Realms - a Mojang-ran service for simple multiplayer Minecraft that costs £8 a month - but development for the mobile version was paused back in February 2014.</p><p>We don't know if this new server tech will be part of Realms, whether it will carry a fee, and when it will be live. (But seeing as Cervantes has only been there for a few weeks, don't expect it in 0.11).</p><p>As for PocketMine itself, Cervantes says "PocketMine's ownership is still in my hands. It's not affiliated with Mojang. I'll still be working on it!"</p><p>We'll have a full guide to using PocketMine later today.</p>.