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Thursday, 26 January 2012 06:31

Lego to release Minecraft offering

Written by David Stellmack

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No word yet on exactly what it might be

Lego has announced that they will be bringing Lego and Minecraft together in a new Lego offering.  While Lego isn’t saying yet what this new Minecraft offering might be, the company confirmed that the support of fans had a significant impact on bringing the idea together.

The concept of a Lego and Minecraft offering was started with a successful petition that reached over 10,000 supporters. The concept has been in Lego review, where a Lego Jury decides the viability of such projects. The concept has passed the jury and the company will now try to figure out how to incorporate Lego into Minecraft.

Don’t look for a release anytime soon, but instead look for more details to come. Developer Majang has announced that any royalties that it receives from the Lego project will be donated to charity.


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