0x10c (often pronounced "ten to the c") was for a time the next big thing from Mojang and Markus "Notch" Persson, creator of Minecraft. It was to be a sprawling sandbox space adventure, but Persson put the project on hold back in April, citing creative difficulties, and then this week said he'd shelved it altogether.
Markus Persson's been slowly pulling back the veil of mystery surrounding his next sci-fi-centric game. Now, you can watch him play against others in a test of 0x10c's competitive multiplayer via Twitch livestream. Seems like pure chaotic fun.
Forget about fantasy and those armless creepers. Mojang's next game is going sci-fi. We've already seen one glimpse at an early build of 0x10c, but that one didn't have sound. The newest video uploaded by Mojang CEO Markus "Notch" Persson lets you hear the blasters and computer interfaces, as well as offering a…
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson tweeted this out today: it's a minute-and-a-half of footage from 0x10c, his new space game.
I can't tell if the fan-made trailer for 0x10c—the upcoming game from Markus 'Notch' Person—is supposed to be tongue-in-cheek or deadly serious. The stentorian narration just about screams "irony" but the events setting up Mojang's next game are nothing to laugh at.
Minecraft creator Markus "Notch Persson" has been tweeting all sorts of details about his upcoming space simulator, the oddly titled 0x10c.
The man who made the grand, open-ended Minecraft appears to want to go bigger with his next game. Markus "Notch" Persson and his team at Mojang have launched an official website for the new game—which is called "0x10c"—and Notch's plans make Minecraft seem paltry.
The name of Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson's next game will be 0x10c, he said today on his Twitter account.