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28. Re: Scrolls Will Be Scrolls Mar 11, 2012, 23:18 Dev
Cutter wrote on Mar 11, 2012, 22:17:
I still say it's just PR bullshit. I have no doubt he's done pretty well with that but there's no way he has those sorts of numbers.
No way because you don't think so? I guess you are the authority then.
To me, the fact that I see minecraft nearly EVERYWHERE, indicates its a dang popular game. I see it in comics, in youtube, in news stories, in people making things. There was that minecraft lego thing too. You know the one where lego has a community site for people to submit designs, and if they get a certain number of votes they it gets reviewed by lego employees with an eye towards making it for sale. The one where a metric ton of minecraft owners voted it way past the amount needed in a record time for lego projects and overloaded lego's servers.

This isn't the first game to sell over a million PC copies, and I doubt it will be the last either.
Cutter wrote on Mar 11, 2012, 22:17:
He strikes me as a pathological liar. This is just another example.
Examples such as?
Most of the stuff I see him doing is more misteps than lies. Like not having some of the features in a certain patch they said they were going to, that probably means they will come in a later patch and they just couldn't do it in time. It doesn't mean they will never ever do it. Or this whole scrolls thing, like I said before he shoulda just picked a different name. Scrolls is not exactly imaginative.

This comment was edited on Mar 11, 2012, 23:41.
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