Everyone's favorite blocky, open-world sandbox is getting a Hollywood overhaul.
Surprising almost nobody, Minecraft PlayStation 3 Edition has sold over 1 million copies.
In your spare time, you might clean your apartment, read a book, walk your dog, write on your blog, learn French, or even play a video game or two. Not this guy. This guy takes his spare time and Minecrafts the world's largest Star Wars themed roller coaster. Take that, French lesson!
Minecraft took the world by storm in 2009, and since then, has expanded to become the most successful indie game of all time. Minecraft provides players with unparalleled freedom to explore as they please, build what they want, and express themselves, however they choose. Terraria incorporates some of those great Minecraftian elements and wraps them up in a package that's a bit more on the Metroidvania side. Both of these amazing titles will fill your free hours with ore-mining, monster-fighting adventures, but, at the end of the voxel-based day, which game mines harder?
What happens when you've got a lot of time on your hands? You create something as funny as MineShaft, a Minecraft fan film from the guys over at Machinima.
At the Museum of Notch-Ural History, a chest has been stolen and it's up to the coolest private dick in the business to find out who pulled off the heist