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Submitted by reelife 894d ago | news

Notch opens new website for new game.

"Is it scrolls?" you might ask but no. This is a space game called 0x10c. Notch has this to say;

"Hi, I'm Notch, and this is my new game. It's going to be a space game, and it's quite ambitious!

The game is still extremely early in development, but like we did with Minecraft, we expect to release it early and let the players help me shape the game as it grows." (0x10c, Marcus "Notch" Persson, PC)

LightofDarkness  +   894d ago
This sounds really interesting. I like the fact that an actual (well, emulated) 16-bit computer controls your ship :p I will geek out on this one if it turns out like I think it will. Sounds like Minecraft in space, with endless planets to explore.
TheModernKamikaze  +   894d ago
Minecraft in space!

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