Last year, Minecraft made about a zillion kroner in the time it takes to nuke a Hot Pocket. This year, FortressCraft, the Minecraft
knockoff homage on the Xbox Live Indie Games channel, has now bagged a cool million inside of the first six months it was available on the service.
That's a gross sales figure, according to a news release from Projector Games, the maker of FortressCraft. They also claim 350,000 copies sold. Minecraft, somehow still in beta, has sold about ten times as much.
The figure still would make FortressCraft the highest-grossing Xbox Live Indie Channel game of all time. Good thing it's made its nut now. There may be some competition coming down the pipe.