Mojang’s card game ‘Scrolls’ and Frontier’s space sim ‘Elite: Dangerous’ help round out 2014 as a pair of must-play major releases.
Mojang announces that their card battler ‘Scrolls’ will finally be released before the end of November 2014.
In a Thursday blog post published on the ‘Scrolls’ website, Mojang developers Owen Hill and Mans Olson reveal the game would be getting a substantial 76% price cut.
Mojang’s new online turn-based combat fantasy ‘Scrolls’ finally has a launch trailer, and it’s full of new gameplay footage.
Mojang Studios has announced that ‘Scrolls’ will enter public beta near the end of April – allowing fans to purchase the game at a discount!
Mojang’s highly anticipated ‘Minecraft follow-up ‘Scrolls’ has finally begun its closed alpha, which is being touted as a testing phase meant to iron out gameplay mechanics.
There is more to Mojang than ‘Minecraft.’ The studio has revealed the first trailer for its new game, ‘Scrolls,’ as well as plans for an Alpha and Beta release.
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Digital blocks earns indie developer Mojang major revenue since its inception, allowing the company to expand into multiple upcoming projects.
The creator of ‘Minecraft’ announces what he would like to do for his next game production – and it’s out of this world.
In the February 10th-17th wrap-up, we discuss a devs thoughts on next-gen consoles, ‘ShootMania Storm,’ Zynga’s financial losses, a mobile ‘Max Payne,’ Obsidian’s Kickstarter and much, much more!
Mojang currently does not have plans to port their indie smash-hit ‘Minecraft’ to the PlayStation Vita, but that doesn’t entirely rule out the possibility just yet.
With ‘Minecraft’ out and ‘ Scrolls’ on the way, Mojang has three other games in development, two of which that will all be announced or released within the first half of 2012.
MineCon kicks off in Las Vegas to celebrate the full version launch of ‘Minecraft’ and the Xbox 360 version of the game. Check out the first trailer and screenshots of ‘Minecraft’ on XBLA.
Score one for the little guy as ‘Minecraft’ developer Mojang has been granted an interim injunction over the use of ‘Scrolls’ as their next game’s title.
Does ZeniMax Media, Bethesda Softworks’ parent company, have a legitimate case for trademark infringement against Mojang for the use of the word ‘Scrolls?’ Read on for the details.
The legal dispute over the trademark of ‘Scrolls’ between the Skyrim creators and Minecraft creators gets a little more complex.