The rumors are true: Microsoft confirms its acquisition of Minecraft developer Mojang. There's no word on what's next for the Sweden-based studio, but Minecraft will continue to live on as a cross-platform franchise.
The forthcoming version 1.8 update for Minecraft adds three pages worth of world customization options for players to tweak before they start a new game. We can sum up why that's awesome in two words: LAVA OCEANS.
Developer Mojang’s creator-fueled phenomenon Minecraft is getting a second release on the PlayStation 3. On May 16, 2014, the game will be released in stores on disc, following up the earlier download-only release.
Mass Effect and Minecraft collide on Xbox 360 with a "mash-up pack" DLC release that inserts textures, skins, musics, user interface tweaks, and a custom world map themed after BioWare's popular RPG series.
Minecraft made Mojang a heap of cash in 2012, $240 million with 15 million copies sold across all platforms. The PC version hit 10 million sold this week, and as the studio prepares a subscription-based moderated online version, Minecraft continues to deny PC…