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Wednesday, 19 December 2012 09:56

See the Minecraft documentary on Saturday

Written by David Stellmack

Free screening for Xbox Live Gold members

Remember hearing about this documentary on Minecraft? Well, on Saturday December 22nd, if you happen to be an Xbox Live Gold Member, you are invited to a free screening on your Xbox 360. Those in Europe can catch it at 7 PM GMT/8 PM CET, while those in North America can catch it at 5 PM PST and 8 PM EST, as well.

The 2 Player Productions documentary called “Minecraft: The Story of Mojang” follows the development of the title with behind scenes footage and in-depth interviews during the production process. In addition, the documentary also has chats with a variety of other luminaries in the industry.

Once the free screening is over, the documentary will be available for purchase for those who still want to see it.

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