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Warner Bros is working on a film adaptation of Minecraft.
Miniature golf company Putt-Putt upset at Minecraft levels that use the Putt-Putt trademark.
Jazwares to create a line of toys based on the popular block-building sandbox game.
Mojang's follow-up to Minecraft has been put on hold until its creator overcomes creative block.
Is it hip to be square? We find out once and for all in our Ace of Spades review.
Special Pocket Edition build for the Raspberry Pi.
Minecraft creator Markus 'Notch' Persson lashed out at Microsoft over the closed nature of Windows 8.
Indie dev Mojang has been approached by the UN to help it redevelop urban areas around the world.
Kyle Hovey is documenting his homebrew 8-bit computer, built at the TTL level, and it's a fascinating read.
Notch has revealed his next game: a CPU-simulating Elite-alike dubbed 0x10c.
Mojang is to be permitted to release its card-battling game dubbed Scrolls.
Mojang head Notch has offered to help Double Fine's Tim Schafer develop a sequel to the critically-acclaimed Pyschonauts.
Mojang's proposal for Minecraft-based LEGO sets has been given the go-ahead.
Block block. Who's there? A Minecraft review, finally.
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The first chance to see Antec's forthcoming P280 is at i44 - are you going?
Square Enix has sold 2.18 million copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Minecraft creator Notch has explained why the game is not available on Steam.
Minecraft developer Mojang has announced that it will become a publisher as well as developer, the first title on the roster is action game Cobalt
Sony and Mojang have released an Android version of Minecraft.
Hacking group LulzSec has targeted a number of new sites and game servers.
Call of Duty Elite may have annoyed some, but it also presents a brave new future for the industry.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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