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Notch: 'No current plans' for Minecraft on Wii U


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#1 compl3x

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Posted 29 December 2013 - 14:35

 
Minecraft developer Mojang has been building bridges to all kinds of platforms for ports of its build-what-you-want hit, but we think we've all been wondering the same thing - when will we be able to construct pixel art of classic gaming sprites using the Wii U GamePad? Judging by Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson's recent tweet stating he was not "aware of any plans" for a Wii U version, the answer is probably not any time soon.
 

Notch acknowledged that a Wii U version of Minecraft "would make sense," but explained that the "only reason for no current plans is [Mojang has] too much work already."



While it is a denial of any progress being made on a Wii U port, it's a bit more promising than Minecraft Lead Designer Jens Bergensten's comment in March about a Wii U version being "very unlikely." Maybe when Mojang finds some downtime, though with work still being done on Scrolls and Minecraft Realms, downtime seems like a distant concept for the studio at the moment.

 

http://www.joystiq.c...d=rss_truncated

 




#2 Louisifer

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Posted 29 December 2013 - 15:17

It may just be me but I found Notch's Tweet more informative than that entire article :p



#3 Blackhearted

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Posted 29 December 2013 - 15:20

Honestly, not really bothered if it doesn't appear on the wii u.



#4 REM2000

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Posted 29 December 2013 - 15:22

with the gamepad it would make it one of the easiest consoles to play it on.