It wasn’t too long ago that Microsoft purchase Minecraft develop Mojang for a ridiculous amount of money, to the tune of $2.5 billion. While it was always stated that development of Minecraft would continue, with very little changing regarding that game, not much was said about the company’s other titles. One of those titles is the company’s multiplayer card combat game Scrolls, and now development will be ceasing for that game.
Back in September of this year we posted about the fact that Mojang’s strategy TCG title Scrolls would finally be arriving onto Android in the near future. Today we actually have an exact release date for the game’s release and the good news about this is that we only have to wait about a week before it hits Google Play.
Mojang’s TCG title Scrolls has been put on sale in preparation for its official release on all platforms and this includes Android tablets. For those of you not familiar with this game, Scrolls is Mojang’s second full official game that they released in a working beta format since last year but was originally conceived back in 2011. Since then it has been in beta status for quite some time for PC gamers.
The next game to come out of the Mojang camp is a hybrid deck building strategy game called Scrolls. While Scrolls is a TCG style of game it also mixes other mechanics into it such as tower defense gameplay, board game mechanics and, of course, all the features that come along with a collectible card combat game.
Mojang, developers of the extremely popular PC game Minecraft which is also now heading to Android, have talked about their new upcoming game called Scrolls. While Scrolls is a completely different type of game from Minecraft, developers have already stated that the game will be for PC and a version for mobile as well.