At one point, the creator for Minecraft and all around good guy, Markus “Notch” Persson, was pissed at the Facebook acquisition of the VR technology company Oculus Rift because of his personal aversion to the social media site because it “creeps him out”. This caused him to cancel a version of Minecraft that was set […]
…and he’s willing to throw down the money to make it happen.
You can now play easily the biggest update made to Minecraft without any of the messy file swapping!
Notch and his Minecraft team are working on a game called Scrolls and apparently Bethesda’s lawyers aren’t very happy about him using a word from the English Dictionary.
4J is in your Xbox porting your games.
He may be gone, but I still feel like he’s watching me…always.
If you spend more time wandering around lost than building in Minecraft, the newest update might have just what you need. Notch has released the notes for the latest patch to his blocky opus and the big news coming out of it is maps.
Minecraft’s creator, Notch, is gauging interest in a possible convention (in Vegas, baby) to celebrate the official, not beta, super-serious release of his baby on 11/11/11.
Notch has finally announced the release date of the “final” version of Minecraft, and it looks like it will be competing with the big dogs.
Hey look, another Minecraft post.
Notch, or Markus Persson in the real world, has done the math… he is now rich.