Just a few months after Microsoft acquired Minecraft-maker Mojang, the blockbuster block building game is finally available on Windows Phone devices. The Windows Phone version is the same slimmed-down "pocket edition" of the game that Android and iOS users have been enjoying since way back in 2011, and will cost you the same $6.99. Despite having been around for some time, the mobile version of the game continues to be a huge hit — it was the top selling iPad game of 2014, and second on iPhone. Since then, the game has moved to consoles like the Xbox One and PS4, and there's even a movie in the works. With the addition of the Windows Phone version, Minecraft is approaching Tetris levels of ubiquity. You can get it right here.