The popular game Puzzle Craft has been updated to include support for low-end hardware. Windows Phone 8 devices that sport 512MB RAM will now be able to run the title, which was released for the mobile platform just days ago. This is superb news for those who don't own an expensive Windows Phone and wish to enjoy the addictive experience (see above for app with option to install on Lumia 620).
What's also interesting is Puzzle Craft is a free city sim (with no adverts) that came to Windows 8 and Windows Phone before Android, which we're feeling rather smug about. It's not the first time Microsoft's platform has managed to bag an app or game before competing platforms, but it's good to see content coming to Windows Phone before rival stores.
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