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The creator of Minecraft, Markus “Notch” Persson said that his company, Mojang, was collaborating with another unannounced company that was working on a now cancelled first-person shooter. It didn’t get very far either, it was cancelled in it’s prototype stage.
The project was cancelled due to Mojang wanting to remain autonomous. Notch told Joystiq that, “Mojang did not want more external dependencies… The success of Minecraft meant we could focus on projects fully owned by us.”
Earlier this week, Notch spoke in a interview with PC gamer saying his desire was to remain “as independent as possible.” He continued to say, “As much as I love Steam, I do somewhat worry about the PC as a gaming platform becoming owned by a single entity that takes 30 per cent of all PC games sold,” he said.
“I’m hoping for a future where more games can self-publish and use social media and friends to market their games. Perhaps there’s something we could do to help out there? I don’t know. If nothing else, we might work as an inspiration for people to self-publish.”