And you need an Xbox login to play.
With a staggering 100 billion views.
Plus, abandoned villages! Suspicious stew! More!
Before Mojang Switched focus.
Float like a butterfly.
Mountains! Badlands! Swamp?
Shirts or skins.
Stealing Roblox's lead once more.
"What a month to celebrate and congratulate PewDiePie," says YouTube.
Proved "too technically demanding to implement".
Block rockin' beats.
Emphasis on the word "might".
Free on PC, Xbox One, Switch, and mobile.
The land time for-block.
Notch sure about this.
"Great work everybody!"
Switch support played down.
Ore on your own now.
And there's a 10 million bamboo block challenge.
Winning by a whisker.
Taken down a notch.
The world's your oyster.
Switch, PS4, and older platforms coming later.
Livestream event happening in September.
"I'm not going to lose sleep over it", perpetrator says.
Well Halo there.
But Switch multiplayer cross-play and Super Duper Graphics delayed.
Plus nifty free cosplay skins for all platforms.
Plus, details on which DLC will transfer.
But not the old 3DS.
UPDATE: Exclusive to Argos and Sainsbury's, priced £350.
Mojang will host "Official Minecraft Community Events" instead.
PC, Android and Xbox One players unite.
PS4 will "continue getting updates" after other platforms combine.
"We've got to be mindful of our responsibility to our install base."
UPDATE: For every platform but PlayStation.
55m monthly players - and growing.
Sounds pretty S.P.E.C.I.A.L.
My heart's aflutter!
Paper plus leather equals book.
Paid-for Chinese Mythology Pack also announced.
Let's get ready to Tumble.
"We all want an awesome Minecraft movie, right?" asks Mojang, rhetorically.
More than half the price of the base game.
But fans can still pay tribute to their outside interests.
And a new method of monetising the game.
After three years, almost caught up with PC.
UPDATE: Listing removed. Will it Nether happen?
Ordnance Survey replicates nearly 14,000 square kilometers.
Well. Well enough?
Yes, Mac from It's Always Sunny.
Upcoming features include dual-wielding, shields, southpaw support.
LittleBigPlanet Mash-up pack coming to PS4.
Oversee your world on your table.
As Xbox 360 Edition celebrates third anniversary.
"Jolly old Steve doesn't really represent the diversity of our playerbase."
Tickets go on sale later this month.
Available in late February for $2.
Plus, more Xbox-exclusive DLC launched.
Summon Gnasher, catapult rotten tomatoes, throw stink bombs.
Luke, you have to Han it to them.
A Creeper hit.
PC version's Horse Update now headed to all consoles.
But what about PlayStation?
At least in North America.
Microsoft and Sony find themselves in a curious position.
Vows to support iOS, Android and PlayStation versions.
UPDATE: Notch initiated buyout and will leave once complete, source says.
UPDATE: Available now on PlayStation 4 - and on Xbox One for £115!
All you need is a copy of the game and 6GB of disk space.
"We're fixing, but we need to go through the process again."
Nether thought we'd see the day.
Nearly 54m sold. PS4, Vita, Xbox One editions still to launch.
After EULA change clarifies position on paid-for mods.
Upgrade from last-gen for cheap, PS3 gets you free Vita version.
See further than on PS3 and Xbox 360.
"From the day we don't make a profit, we'll survive another 10 years."
"But a lot bigger than PS3/Xbox 360."
UPDATE: Phil Spencer confirms 360 to Xbox One transfers.
UPDATE: PlayStation 4, Vita box art also spotted.
Notch: "I'm not sure how I feel about it."
Candy Texture Pack announced.
Update live for PS3 version tomorrow.
Notch earns £77m in licensing fees.
Progress unblocked after Lego Movie success.
But still no horses.
Anime be one of the best creations we've seen.
"Can't say it'll be there until it's 100 per cent working."
By the documentarians behind the Broken Age and Mighty No. 9 videos.
And any further updates to Xbox 360 Edition.
UPDATE: Watch Ian explore the OS map and mispronounce things.
UPDATE: And PS3, and Vita.
Cats! Jungle! Texture Pack support!
Next batch on Friday, then the last batch Saturday.
"[It's] like suing Microsoft for what people do using Word."
UPDATE: "Stay tuned", Microsoft's Phil Spencer teases.
Bigger maps, more players.