Scrolls is the next game from Minecraft developer Mojang, and after a lengthy period in development marked byand litigious about the use of the world 'scrolls', it's finally on the way.
Currently playable through anthat's been running since July last year, the collectible card battler will be released in its final form in "late November", according to Mojang’s Owen Hill.
Mojang has announced that gamers who own a copy of their collectible card game Scrolls can gift a code to friends for free for the holiday season.
It's a Grinch free zone over at Minecraft creator Mojang this winter as battle card owners of Scrolls have been given a free giftable copy of the game to give out. It is the "most Christmassy time of the year" after all.
They promise there's "no catch!" To get into the festive spirit Scrolls owners need only log into their Mojang account, click 'send to a friend' and then type in a chum's email.
Mojang co-founder Markus Persson intensely dislikes free-to-play games, but collectible digital card game Scrolls may have to do so thanks to flagging sales.
Mojang has announced that the developer has moved over 100K copies of the developer's virtual card collecting game, Scrolls, earning the company $2M USD in the process through sales and content purchases.