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Newly revealed financial information reveals that Mojang generated a profit of 7.2 million euros in 2011 and could get over double that amount in 2012, thanks to the success of Minecraft.
Mojang has announced that it will begin the closed alpha test of its upcoming collectable card RPG game Scrolls very soon. The game's official website has also been relaunched.
Minecraft developer Mojang has settled its lawsuit with Bethesda Softworks. The settlement will allow Mojang to keep using the name Scrolls as the title for its next major game release.
Today's round up of gaming news includes (what else) Battlefield 3 along with a new Unreal Engine 3 based iOS game, word about a new release for the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft and more.
Mojang, the creators of Minecraft and the upcoming game Scrolls, can continue to use that title for the moment after it won an "interim injunction" in court against Elder Scrolls' Bethesda Softworks.
Mojang, the developer of the hit PC sandbox game Minecraft, are still in a deep legal duel with publisher Bethesda Softworks over the name of Mojang's next game Scrolls.
Minecraft's creator Markus "Notch" Persson plans to fight Bethesda Softworks "for as long as it takes" to secure the rights to use the title Scrolls for his company's next game
Mojang, the development team behind Minecraft, has challenged game publisher Bethesda Softworks to a Quake 3 match to settle the lawsuit over the name of Mojang's next game Scrolls.
Minecraft's creator has announced that his company is being sued by Bethesda Softworks over the title of the company's next game Scrolls.
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