When Mojang developed and released Minecraft, it resulted in two things. One, it gave birth to a gaming revolution that allowed gamers to release their creative nature in ways unseen since mmo games first burst upon the market. Second, it gave Mojang a license to print money that most other game companies (with the exception of Blizzard) can only dream of. The game sold tens of millions of units, thus allowing the company to go off the beaten path with their next project. The company then began work on Scrolls, a hybrid trading card game and strategic wargame. Sadly, the company recently announced that a Scrolls hiatus was going into effect, and that nothing new would be released for the game. With so many resources behind it, why did Mojang's Scrolls go on life support?