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Minecraft PC Sales Hit Over 11 Million

Minecraft, The block building survival/design game has now sold more than 11 million on PC and Mac, according to the game's website. This shows a rise in over one million sales on PC alone since March, alongside the ports on the Xbox 360 and Mobile Operating Systems.

This brings the lifetime sales of Minecraft to at least 22 million, including the six million on Xbox 360 and five million on mobile. This success led to an Xbox One version, announced at this year's E3. Your saves may not carry over between generations though. This is still great news and gives all indie developers hope that their hard worked simplistic title may make it to the big time.


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My gaming journey began in the Christmas 1992 when aged 6, I got my Sega Mega Drive with Sonic One and World Cup Italia 90. Since then I have played and own pretty much every console since then, just check my collection video on my YouTube channel.

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