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Submitted by JackBrommers 1388d ago | interview

Can server providers be disrupted? ‘We provide better, cheaper features’ say new startup Minefold

Minefold is attempting to sell game servers to a 'casual' and 'non-technical' audience - disrupting the traditional game server suppliers and communities: "Unlike most other gaming communities, we've tried to be as friendly and non-threatening to casual gamers as possible. Staying away from a black and green color scheme is just one example of this" (Culture, Marcus "Notch" Persson, Minecraft, Minefold, PC, Tech)

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