Scrolls. Remember that game? The same one that is probably more famous for its legal battle with Bethesda than anything having to do with the actual game?
The internet is already on fire due to a new trailer posted by Mojang today, flaming Notch and his company for developing a card game even though we knew this was going to be a card game for a long time, and shaming the game's "lame graphics," like Minecraft's enjoyment factor was solely based on high definition visuals.
Scrolls will utilize the same "paid beta" model that Minecraft implemented. The closed alpha is rapidly approaching, which contains multiplayer, singleplayer, and a deck builder.
Once that concludes, you can buy the open beta for a reduced price. It'll be interesting to see if Scrolls can come even close to replicating Minecraft's success.
|1:00 PM on 07.05.2012|
Mojang's Scrolls is now officially in alpha
After a long and lengthy legal battle, it seems as if a distributed playable version of Scrolls is finally here. Along with the game's recent trailer, Mojang has just announced that the game has officially gone alpha (you kno...more
|5:00 PM on 05.21.2013|
Review: Sanctum 2
I think the first Sanctum game surprised a lot of people. It took the intellectual strategy aspect of tower defense games and combined it with the more action-oriented first-person shooter genre to create a unique, wonderful ...more
|5:00 PM on 05.20.2013|
The prosperous settlement of Castletown had everything its residents could possibly desire. Lumbering giants had turned a once barren wasteland into a fertile coastal forest, and like titanic servants they had places mines, p...more
|11:00 AM on 05.19.2013|
CounterSpy takes inspiration from classic side-scrollers
The first thing you'll notice about CounterSpy is its unique art style. Really, you can say that about a lot of the indie titles Sony has been picking up lately, but there's something extra special about this one. That probab...more