Scrolls—not to be confused with The Elder Scrolls—is going bye-bye. Mojang says they won’t be maintaining “continuous development” of the game, although they promise the servers will stay up until at least July 1, 2016.
Minecraft developer Mojang's card-game-slash-board-game-with-RPG-elements is finally seeing the light of day. It certainly took them long enough. In addition to giving us an impression of what the battling, trading, and collecting will look like, the trailer also has a launch date for the game's open beta: June 3rd.
Scrolls—the next game from Minecraft studio Mojang—will be releasing in beta next month, according to Polygon.
PlayStation gamers, Bethesda swears it's not ignoring you.
At PAX Prime in Seattle, Markus "Notch" Persson and his studio Mojang have built a neat "Minecraft Museum" where they're displaying memorabilia and art from their hit PC game. But they've also got something a bit feistier on display.
Scrolls, the upcoming game from Minecraft developer Mojang, is entering alpha today. Yes, that means that Mojang is sending out alpha codes for players; however, before it does, the studio gave a rundown of how the codes will be sent out and what the alpha includes.
While Minecraft developers Mojang have put a legal dispute with Elder Scrolls publishers Bethesda (well, Bethesda's parent company Zenimax) to bed, the settlement has come at a slight cost: there won't ever be another Mojang game called Scrolls.
Mojang, custodians of Minecraft, are also working on a new game called Scrolls. Beyond that? The Swedish outfit is developing a further three games, all of them unannounced.
The nominees for the 2012 Game Developers Choice awards have been announced. The awards, which will be held at March's Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, are one (if not the) most prestigious awards ceremonies in gaming. They occur the same night and location as the Independent Games Festival (IGF) awards.
As a gamer that regularly reviews big titles and otherwise has the means to procure his own video game entertainment, it isn't often I get to experience the joy of a thoughtful video game related gift. Instead, I give things to my family and live vicariously through them. What did they get this year?
Now that it's free to use its planned name, Scrolls, the next game from Minecraft developers Mojang, is all systems go. As is this documentary going behind the scenes of the game.
Another batch of documents in the legal wrangling between gaming giant Bethesda and indie darling Mojang hit Twitter today.
In spite of lighthearted suggestions by Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson that their differences be settled as gamers, the battle between developer Mojang and The Elder Scrolls publisher Bethesda is headed to the courtroom.
For those on the fence about attending MineCon, the inaugural Minecraft convention to be held Nov. 18 and 19 in Las Vegas, Mojang is hoping an early look at its next two games will sweeten the deal.
Minecraft mastermind Markus "Notch" Persson had a surprise for Kotaku today. He literally handed me the first trailer for his next game.
With all the hullabaloo that's broken out over The Elder Scrolls creator Bethesda's legal threats against Minecraft creator Marcus Persson regarding the title of his upcoming game Scrolls, it's easy to overlook the fact that it's not entirely clear what The Elder Scrolls themselves really are.
One game is called Scrolls. One game is called Skyrim, though, more formally, you'd call it The Elder Scrolls V. Confusing?