Minecraft has become a cultural phenomenon. The game is wildly popular, especially with younger audiences, and it's even gone on to inspire custom Lego kits. Last year, 2 Player Productions released a full-length documentary chronicling the indie sandbox's rise to fame. Minecraft: The Story of Mojang can now be viewed on YouTube completely free of charge. We've embedded the video for your viewing pleasure.
Although the YouTube footage is limited to 720p, downloadable versions of the movie can be purchased for as little as $8.
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