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Transcript of Mojang
Mojang's Headquarters are in Stockholm, Sweden.
Markus A. Persson (Notch) is the Chairman and one of 3 founders of Mojang.
Markus A. Persson is the creator of Minecraft, but has passed the job onto Jens Bergensten (Jeb).
Cobalt was created by Oxeye Gaming Studios(Jens Bergensten, Daniel Brynolf, and Pontus Hammarberg Games made by Mojang There is Minecraft, Cobalt, Scrolls and more!
Mojang game are quite entertaining depending on what genre you like. Learning about Mojang games Minecraft, Cobalt, and
Scrolls Minecraft Minecraft is a MMO game which is a Massive Multiplayer Online game. Minecraft is basically a pixelated virtual world for building, mining, and crafting. Cobalt Cobalt is a side-scrolling game. A side-scrolling game is where you get a side view of the character(s) in the game. Cobalt is not pixelated like Minecraft at all. Scrolls Scrolls is a strategically tactical game. The genre speaks for itself. The game has to strategically planned. The game has a tactical meaning to it as well. By: Spencer Mitchell These are some of the screen-shots of the games and there logos.
Mojang has produced a lot of games downloadable and web based. They are not cheap, but they are worth it. Mojang Fun Facts Mojang has made 5 games so far, and is working on trying to produce more
Mojang is a Swedish game made by Swedish people
Mojang won the March Mayhem of 2011 March Mayhem March Mayhem or March
Mayhem: Developer's Showdown is a annual event hosted by Escapist (magazine). The event determines the most popular game developer in the industry. Four divisions were made (North, South, East, and West) with 16 developers in each division, which were narrowed down to 2 developers for the grand finale. The developers could advertise on their sites and games to get votes.