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2 months ago

Mojang’s Scrolls returns as Caller’s Bane, completely free

A multiplayer game shutting down is always a sad thing. No matter how small the community behind it, there was a¬†community, and undoubtedly someone is going to lose their favourite game or - worse still - their favourite buddy online. As such, it brings a smile to my face to see that Mojang's ill-fated CCG/Hex-based strategy hybrid Scrolls¬†has officially relaunched, albeit under a different name.…

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6 months ago

Mojang’s card game Scrolls shuts down next week

Scrolls, the battling card game from Minecraft studio Mojang, will finally shut down next week, on Tuesday the 13th of February. The official servers will shut down and the game become unplayable, though Mojang are hoping--not promising--that they will soon be able to release server software publicly so people can run their own. We've known for ages that Scrolls would shut down one day, since…

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2 years ago

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The RPG Scrollbars: In The Cards

These days, you're just not a proper RPG unless you've got a fancy card-game spin-off either in or out of world. Gwent. Hearthstone. Arcomage. Triple Triad. Legends of Norrath. Pokemon CCG. Now The Elder Scrolls is throwing its adventurer's cap into the ring with The Elder Scrolls: Legends, as announced aeons ago, but only just going into closed beta. Quite a gold-rush, especially given that…

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3 years ago

Mojang Winding Up Scrolls

When Minecraft made a squillion dollars, rather than plough into a sequel, developers Mojang Specifications realised they could fund making whatever games they jolly well pleased. Scrolls [official site] was their first whim, a battling collectible card game. And, since Microsoft bought Mojang, it might be one of their last too. The most recent Scrolls content update 'Echoes' will be its very last, Mojang have…

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4 years ago

Keep Scrollin’ Scrollin’ Scrollin’: Mojang Release Scrolls

Well then, here it is: the second game from Minecraft developers Mojang. Scrolls officially launched yesterday, after almost two years in paid beta. The virtual collectible card game/board game was never going to be the next Minecraft, and they never intended for it to, so hey, let's forget all that and talk about what it is. It's out, for starters, at a new lower price…

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5 years ago

Scrolls Rolled Out Next Week

Mojang's fantasy card-deck battle game thing arrives next week! Scrolls, as it is so legally called, has been impressing a wave of beta-tester people with its tight production and carefully poised strategy mechanics. There's a good chance that this will be the deck-building strategy of 2013. Not that there's a lot of competition there, but you get the idea. Yeah. Anyway, it makes it official…

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Roll Up: Scrolls Public Beta On Sale Next Month

Mojang's collectible digital card / turn-based strategy game Scrolls has been fairly quiet, publicly at least, since sort of winning, sort of losing their battle with Bethesda over the right to use a common English word. No longer, though - after an extended private alpha period, they're going to put the beta on sale late next month. As with Minecraft, it's a chance to pay…

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6 years ago

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Hands On: Scrolls

We sent Rich Stanton to the exotic location in front of his keyboard to play Scrolls, the next game from Minecraft maker's Mojang, which is currently in the throes of its alpha test stage. Needless to say, the deck-based card game has some familiar influences. I'm going to tell you about Scrolls, the new game from Mojang, but first it's confession time. This is the…

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Unfurled: Scrolls Alpha Starts Today

Mojang's card combat game, Scrolls, enters its alpha state today, with a random selection of those who signed up due to receive email invites. Alpha accounts supply a full set of scrolls, access to the deck builder, a basic single player mode, multiplayer and a tutorial. That sounds like a decent amount of things to be getting on with. I'm hoping the single player campaign…

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All Hands On Decks: Scrolls Alpha “Rapidly Approaching”

Scrolls, the collectible card game in development at Mojang, will soon be in closed alpha state and once stable enough will switch to a purchasable beta. The alpha will have AI opponents, allowing for the single player to test out his decks, but it won't include the campaign mode, a world through which the player travels, picking fights to add new cards to his/her collection.…

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Scroll Without It: The Small Print In Mojang vs Bethesda

Initially reports suggested the turf war between Minecraft-makers the Mojangs and Skyrim-makers the Bethesdas over the former's forthcoming online card game Scrolls had been settled broadly reasonably. However, Bethesda's own statement on the matter yesterday revealed that it isn't as simple as Mojang getting to make Scrolls unhindered and Bethesda ending up with the trademark for a common English word. Here's a new kicker: "The…

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Notch And Bethesda Settle On Scrolls

Because we, as a species, have allowed our reality to become so ridiculous that people can own the rights to a noun, there has been an ongoing battle between Bethesda and Mojang over the right to use the word "Scrolls" in a game name. Bethesda's very long running The Elder Scrolls first-person RPG is utterly indistinguishable from Mojang's card-collecting Scrolls. Wait, is it the other…

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7 years ago

Titles And Tactics: The Making Of Scrolls

Here's the first part of a documentary following the making of Mojang's new game Scrolls. It's a shame that, as with most of the discussion elsewhere, so much of this concerns the name rather than the game, but it's still worth a watch if only to see the legal issue being discussed by the lead designer. Especially because he's looking rather dapper while discussing it,…

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The Name Game: Inside The “Scrolls” Case

As you are likely already aware, Minecraft-makers Mojang are currently embroiled in the first stage of legal proceedings brought about by The Elder Scrolls-makers Bethesda, in a dispute over whether the name "Scrolls" can be used for the title of the second game. Keen to find out a little more about what it all means, I had a chat with Alex Chapman, an intellectual property…

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Also Notchian: Scrolls Details, Video

Or should that be Mojangian? Probably, as this is information from exciting Jakob Porser, rather than boring old Notch. And will it still be called Scrolls after the Bethesda lawyer-machine is done with it? I don't. I just don't know. What I do know is that details have emerged about how the game will work (via VG247). Speaking at PAX the Scrolls designer explained that…

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Notch Says Settle Scrolls Dispute Via Quake 3

Markus "Notch" Persson, creator of Minecraft, is currently in dispute with Bethesda over the trademark for "Scrolls". Mojang's next game is called Scrolls, which Bethesda says is too similar to The Elder Scrolls. A lack of hilarity ensues. Except now Notch has struck upon a potential solution. A Quake 3 match. He suggests three from Mojang take on three from Bethesda, pick a map each,…

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Bethesda And Notch’s Scrolls-Off Explained

While Minecraft creator Marcus 'Notch' Persson remains an avowed fan of Bethesda games, the legal argy-bargy between the Elder Documents publisher and Notch's company Mojang over its forthcoming second game 'Scrolls' doesn't look like dying down any time soon. In fact, the big B has stepped up its efforts, announcing its intention to sue Mojang in a Swedish court, as well as a demand for…

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