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  1. A report issued by German website Heise stated that hackers have managed to steal the passwords and login email addresses of more than 1,800 German Minecraft accounts. This information now resides in plain text on Pastebin, allowing anyone to access the compromised accounts and download the $27 game for free. With a user base of more than 100 million PC gamers, the number of compromised accounts is rather small. How these accounts have been compromised is unknown at this point, but there's speculation that this could be just the beginning of something larger. The hackers may have even stashed away more Minecraft account credentials to "publish" at a later date. "There is no mention of the security breach on Minecraft's homepage, but my recommendation would be that if users have any concern that their accounts might be exposed to hackers that they should change their passwords immediately," said security analyst Graham Cluley. "It goes without saying that they should be particularly concerned if they are using the same password anywhere else on the web." Cluley also pointed out that with these email addresses in hand, hackers will not only know who is playing Minecraft, but they could spam these players with malicious game-related "patches" and links to fake, infected Minecraft sites. The information could also be used to access other non-Minecraft accounts as well, if players are using the same credentials. Concerned Minecraft gamers are encouraged to change their login information immediately. Mojang provides tips for creating a good password right here. News of the Minecraft breach follows an update by SplashData on Monday that lists the worst passwords of 2014. The top ten include "123456," "password," "12345," "12345678," "qwerty," "123456789," "1234," "baseball," "dragon" and "football." Other bad passwords include "superman," "batman," "111111," "trustno1," "123123" and many more. Web surfers are suggested to not use their birthday or favorite sport. "The bad news from my research is that this year's most commonly used passwords are pretty consistent with prior years," said online security expert Mark Burnett. "The good news is that it appears that more people are moving away from using these passwords. In 2014, the top 25 passwords represented about 2.2% of passwords exposed. While still frightening, that's the lowest percentage of people using the most common passwords I have seen in recent studies." Cluley's news update on Monday provided a partial view of the leaked Pastebin file, showing that the first twenty Minecraft gamers on the list aren't using basic passwords like "123456" and "superman," which is a good thing. Again, German Minecraft gamers who are concerned that their credentials could be served up on the Pastebin file should change their login information now. So far, there's no word on additional leaked Minecraft credentials from other territories such as North America.
  2. Developer 4J Studios is rolling out a big update to all the console versions of Minecraft that adds a lot of features that are already implemented in the PC version. The Minecraft update adds the ability to tame and ride horses, new mobs like wither, bats, and witches, and a bunch of new items. Some other interesting new additions: Zombies and Skeletons can now spawn with different weapons and armor. Added 'Adventure Mode' - You can only break blocks with the correct tools. Added Fireworks - Fireworks interface is accessible from the Crafting Table when you have the ingredients to craft a Firework Star or Firework Rocket. The longer you remain in an area the harder the monsters that spawn in that area will be. You can find the long list of what's included in the update on 4J Studios' website. If that all sounds new and complicated, don't worry. The update also introduces a brand-new Tutorial Word that teaches players how to use these new features, as well as teaching newcomers how to play Minecraft. It also includes a challenge which has you searching this starter world for hidden Music Discs. The new update has already rolled out to Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PlayStation platforms in Europe. The update is still in testing for PlayStation platforms in North America, but 4J Studios said it hopes to have more news on it early this week.
  3. Popular sandbox game comes to yet another platform. Microsoft, the new owner and operator of the Minecraft franchise (that's still somewhat weird to write), today released the Windows Phone version of the popular sandbox game. It's available now to download from the Windows Store for $7, the same price as the iOS and Android Pocket Editions. The Windows Phone version of Minecraft comes with everything found in the other mobile versions, including Survival mode, Creative mode, and multiplayer over Wi-Fi. Notably, however, the game is only playable on Windows Phones running 8.1. Microsoft, in one of the biggest game industry news events of the year, acquired Minecraft and developer Mojang in September for $2.5 billion. As part of the deal, three of Mojang's founders, including creator Markus "Notch" Persson, left the studio. With its release today for Windows Phones, Minecraft is now essentially available on all major, modern platforms. The game is already available for PC, Mac, Linux, Raspberry Pi, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, iOS, and Android. For more on the Windows Phone version of Minecraft, check out the image gallery below.
  4. Phil Spencer says Microsoft must "meet the needs" of the Minecraft community first before it thinks about how to grow the franchise. Following the announcement of Microsoft's $2.5 billion acquisition of Swedish developer Mojang and the chart-topping Minecraft franchise in September, some wondered how the Xbox maker would grow the brand going forward. A sequel was suggested by some, but in a new interview, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer says the company must "meet the needs" of the existing Minecraft community before potentially expanding the franchise. He also reminds gamers that the deal has not yet closed (it is expected to by the end of the year) and that Mojang is still in control of the series. "It's a big deal," Spencer told IGN about the acquisition. "For me, I look at it as a great game to add to our portfolio. I love [the gamer] who plays Minecraft. I love that male, female, young, and old--it's something that lives on so many different screens. I'd love to bring it to more screens out there." "The community around Minecraft is as strong as any community out there" -- Phil Spencer One of the first things Microsoft could do with the Minecraft franchise to help improve the overall experience is to "unify" the various versions of the game, using Xbox Live. "I think what we've learned through Xbox Live is something that we can help in unifying a little bit of what happens with Minecraft today," he said. "If I'm on PC I get access to the mod servers; if I'm on console or the mobile editions, I don't. We're looking at how do we bring that whole system together a little more. Because there are other games out there that let me move from screen to screen fairly seamlessly." Microsoft has pledged to not remove the existing versions of Minecraft for competing platforms such asPlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. However, it remains to be seen if Spencer's ambition to unify game experiences through Xbox Live would apply to those versions of the game. Looking ahead, Spencer said he thinks the Minecraft series has "such headroom as an IP," suggesting it has lots of room to grow. He also said Minecraft is a hugely important game not just for Microsoft but for the industry at large--and he wants to carry this spirit forward. "And frankly, I love what [Minecraft] means for us as a gaming industry--maybe that's overstating it a little bit," he said. "Kids creating things, playing together, having a good time--it has a role in classrooms. I just think it's good for us. I see us as shepherds of the IP." Asked directly about the possibility of Minecraft 2, Spencer said discussions about future extensions of the series--which he admitted not everyone may agree with--will come later. "I don't know if Minecraft 2, if that's the thing that makes the most sense. The community around Minecraft is as strong as any community out there. We need to meet the needs and the desires of what the community has before we get permission to go off and do something else," he said. "It doesn't mean that everything we're going to do is going to map to 100 percent of their acceptance, because I don't know if there is any topic where 100 percent of people agree. But we look at Job 1 is to go out and meet the needs of the Minecraft community first, and then we can think about ways that we can actually help grow it. That's our sole focus." Spencer also responded to the rumors that Microsoft's decision to buy Mojang/Microsoft was "hoisted upon" the Xbox team. He said this is not true, and in fact, the deal came from within Microsoft's Xbox team. Outside of Minecraft the game, Warner Bros. is currently working on a Minecraft movie. Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy is reportedly a frontrunner to direct the "large-budget" movie, which is in thevery early stages of development and might not be released until 2017 or 2018. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. Minecraft players are always building awe-inspiring things. The latest example of this is one player who, over the course of two years, constructed a huge city filled with roads, a rail system, skyscrapers, and more. Titan City is the work of YouTube user Colonial Puppet, who hand-placed an estimated 4.5 million blocks to create this map in the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft. It's a remarkable achievement, and in a thread onReddit, Colonial Puppet says the city is nearly complete. At some point, the city will be moved to PC, where a number of new buildings have already been built so that they can be added. What's most impressive about the buildings is that, while they look nice from the outside, all of them have floors. "Some are furnished," but every one of them has a "basic interior," and "a good amount have elevators and stairs." In addition, "some roads have underground rail and a large, aboveground rail system runs throughout the city." You can see an overview in the city in the pictures and video below. You can also download the latest version of the map so you can check it out for yourself on Xbox 360 (here) and PC (here). Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  6. A month after being acquired by Microsoft, Minecraft is coming to Windows Phone. Minecraft: Pocket Edition is headed to Microsoft's Windows Phone device, the game's lead developer at Mojang Jens Bergensten has announced. "Yes, Minecraft: Pocket Edition *is* coming to the Windows Phone!" he said. "The port runs already, but there's still much to do before any release." The day before Microsoft confirmed it was acquiring Minecraft for $2.5 billion, we reported that Nomura analyst Rick Sherlund said that the deal was meant to support Microsoft's mobile business. "We don’t view this acquisition as a signal of Microsoft's intent to double down on Xbox but consider it an attempt to better address mobile on a cross-platform basis," He said. "This also appears to be consistent with (Microsoft) CEO Satya Nadella’s mobile and cloud strategy." Minecraft: Pocket Edition, the mobile version of the game available through the iTunes App Store and Google Play, is indeed tremendously popular. In April, Bergensten revealed that Pocket Edition sold over 21 million copies. Minecraft's PlayStation Vita Edition was also just released despite the Microsoft acquisition. The game should be available at US retailers as of yesterday for $20, and will release in Europe on October 14. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  7. Markus Persson's seminal building game due to ship on October 15; US release date not yet confrimed. The long-awaited PlayStation Vita edition of Minecraft will launch across Europe on Wednesday October 15, its developer has revealed. Scotland-based developer 4J Studios, which is handling the port of Markus Persson's breakthrough indie game, revealed the release date on its official Twitter page. A release date for North America has yet to be announced, but because the game's code has now passed certification tests at Sony, it's likely to be close to Europe's. The release date is further confirmation that the PS Vita version of Minecraft will not be cancelled, by neither Sony nor Microsoft, despite the latter software giant purchasing the IP. In mid-September, Microsoft announced it had agreed in principal to acquire Minecraft and its developer Mojang in a deal believed to be worth $2.5 billion. As part of that deal, the studio's three founders--Markus Persson, Carl Manneh, and Jakob Porser--will be leaving the company. At the same time, Microsoft assured that it would not be wiping any versions of Minecraft from Sony's devices such as PlayStation 3 or PlayStation 4. Sony, which retains the right to remove the games from its platforms, has not suggested that it is willing to delete any of the games. Since its initial release in 2009, Minecraft has been downloaded more than 100 million times on PC alone. The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, released between 2012 and 2013, are still proving popular, with both games regularly holding their spot in the UK all-format top ten. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  8. Mojang stresses it's still early days for film based on its seminal world-builder. The upcoming Minecraft movie from Harry Potter studio Warner Bros. is a "large-budget" production, but is still very much in the early days of development. In a new interview, Minecraft creator Mojang COO Vu Bui said the movie--which will be produced by The Lego Movie's Roy Lee--might not be released until 2017 or 2018. "I still have no idea," he said in an interview with The Guardian. As for why Mojang decided to partner with Warner Bros. for the Minecraft movie, Bui said he got the impression that the company was looking to make a movie that respected the source material instead of one that made a quick buck off one of hottest brands in gaming. "We were approached by so many studios, but after talking to Warner Bros, we decided that this are absolutely the team we want to work with," Bui said. "They respect the brand, respect the IP, and want to make something that is going to be awesome, not just capitalize on the success of the game." Pressed for further details about the movie, such as if it will be live-action and if so, who might star in it, Bui deflected. "A movie takes years, especially a large-budget movie like this. It's still in the beginning stages, and there really isn't a clear picture yet of what this is going to be. Once there is, I'm sure we'll share more." Bui was more forthcoming regarding the story--at least at a high level--that the Minecraft movie will tell. He made it clear that, just like the game, whatever narrative is decided on for the film will represent just one possibility. After all, part of Minecraft's success is the way it doesn't push gamers into one avenue or another. This freedom will be reflected in the movie. "We don't want any story that we make, whether it's a movie or a book, to create some sort of 'this is the official Minecraft, this is how you play the game' thing," he said. "That would discourage all the players who don't play in that way. When coming up with a story [for the movie], we want to make sure it is just a story within Minecraft, as opposed to the story within Minecraft." In September, Xbox company Microsoft acquired Mojang and the Minecraft franchise in a deal worth $2.5 billion. Mojang's three founders, including Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson, will leave the Swedish studio when the deal closes, which is expected to happen by the end of 2014. The Minecraft film is one of many video game movies currently in development. Ubisoft has a total of six films in the pipeline, including movies based on Assassin's Creed, Watch Dogs, and Splinter Cell. Meanwhile, Sony is making a Last of Us movie, Konami is moving forward on a film based on Metal Gear Solid, Blizzard Entertainment has its Warcraft movie, and an Angry Birds film is scheduled for 2016. On top of those, new movies based on Capcom franchises Resident Evil and Dead Rising are in the works. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  9. Studio assures there's "no reason for" Minecraft to be deleted from rival devices; Markus Persson makes $1.75bn; Creator set to leave studio with co-founders. Mojang, the Sweden-based developer of Minecraft, has been acquired by Microsoft for a fee of around $2.5 billion. In a blog post to fans, Mojang suggested the deal would not result in the deletion of Minecraft games and apps available on non-Microsoft devices. "There’s no reason for the development, sales, and support of the PC/Mac, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Vita, iOS, and Android versions of Minecraft to stop," the studio wrote. "Of course, Microsoft can’t make decisions for other companies or predict the choices that they might make in the future." Microsoft said one key reason for the acquisition is "we believe in the power of content to unite people". It added that it expects the acquisition "to be break-even in FY15 on a GAAP basis." That means it expects to make the money back by April 2016. Notably, Microsoft says that it expects the acquisition "to be break-even in FY15 on a GAAP basis." In other words, Microsoft believes it will make back what it has spent on Mojang and Minecraft by the end of this fiscal year (next June). The software giant wrote: "Minecraft adds diversity to our game portfolio and helps us reach new gamers across multiple platforms. Gaming is the top activity across devices and we see great potential to continue to grow the Minecraft community and nurture the franchise. That is why we plan to continue to make Minecraft available across platforms--including iOS, Android and PlayStation, in addition to Xbox and PC." Moving on Minecraft creator Markus Persson, who owns 70 percent of the company, stands to make $1.75 billion from the deal (although how much of this is in cash, and how much is in shares, is unknown for now). Markus Persson stands to make $1.75 billion from the dealPersson, along with chief executive Carl Manneh and co-founder Jakob Porser, will be leaving the company. Mojang's letter to fans explained that Persson never intended to have "the responsibility of owning a company of such global significance". It added: "Over the past few years he’s made attempts to work on smaller projects, but the pressure of owning Minecraft became too much for him to handle. The only option was to sell Mojang. He'll continue to do cool stuff though. Don't worry about that." Mojang claimed that there "are only a handful of potential buyers with the resources to grow Minecraft on a scale that it deserves." Minecraft has sold more than 50 million units across console, PC, smartphones and tablets. But it was Mojang's partnership with Microsoft for the Xbox 360 edition that forged ties between the two companies. "We’ve worked closely with Microsoft since 2012, and have been impressed by their continued dedication to our game and its development," the studio wrote. "We’re confident that Minecraft will continue to grow in an awesome way." Xbox head Phil Spencer added: "We respect the brand and independent spirit that has made Minecraft great, and we’ll carry on the tradition of innovation to move the franchise forward. Our investments in cloud, Xbox Live and mobile technology will enable players to benefit from richer and faster worlds, more powerful development tools, and more opportunities to connect with the Minecraft community." In other related developments; Mojang says it is not sure on the future of its Scrolls games project. The studio adds that it does not have insight into Microsoft's future for Minecraft The Minecon event has not been cancelled and will be organised by Microsoft Microsoft says Minecraft Xbox 360 edition has clocked up two billion hours played in the past two years Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post