Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson is crowdsourcing opinions on whether people would like to see him create a new studio.
Markus Persson, also known as Notch, won't be seen at next month's anniversary event for Minecraft.
In case you need any reminder of how much people love Minecraft and how successful it has been, today, Mojang and Microsoft announced that the series has sold 122 million copies, and has 55 million unique players.
There have been rumors floating around about a Wii U version of Minecraft, but creator Markus "Notch" Persson just took to Twitter to deny the existence of any plans about it.
Markus Persson, co-founder of Mojang and creator of the first-person hit, Minecraft, will be a guest on CBS' Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson next Thursday, November 7th, 2013.
It's certainly been a busy week in the indie game dev world following the recent blowup of Fez creator Phil Fish on Twitter and the cancellation of his upcoming Fez 2, a culmination of scrutiny from games
Oh, dear. Markus ‘Notch’ Persson, co-founder and chairman of Mojang (developers of Minecraft), blasted Electronic Arts this morning via Twitter. In his tweets he criticized the recent release of a batch of indie titles under the EA
The widely well received PC title Minecraft has been called a lot of things: creative, innovative, addictive. One thing I have never heard called, however, is a blockbuster. It turns out that blockbuster barely describes this indie