Minecraft: The Unlikely Tale of Markus 'Notch' Persson and the Game that changed everything

Minecraft: The Unlikely Tale of Markus 'Notch' Persson and the Game that changed everything

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Just a few years ago, Markus Persson was a bored IT-developer in Stockholm. In the evenings, he toiled away on a labour of love: a game with a tiny but dedicated online following. It was called Minecraft and Markus released it to the world in early 2009. The game itself looks deceptively simple. It resembles a digital version of Lego - bricks stacked on top of each other, giving players a world where they build whatever structures their mind can conjure. A breath of fresh air compared to the industry giants' shooter games. In the space of a few years, Minecraft has become one of the most astonishing success stories of the internet age, attracting millions of players and proving how a single great idea can topple empires in the digital, post-industrial world. This is the story of the man behind the game. Here Markus opens up for the first time about his life. About his old Lego-filled desk at school, the first computer his father brought home one day and also about growing up in a family marked by drug abuse and conflict. But above all it is the story of the fine line between seeming misfit and creative madman, and the birth of a tech visionary.


Detalles del libro
ISBN:
9780753555767
Fecha de Edición:
17-diciembre-2014
Editorial:
RANDOM HOUSE INT
ISBN:
9780753555767
Fecha de Edición:
17-diciembre-2014
Número de páginas:
256
Dimensiones:
20 x 13 cm
Idioma:
Inglés
Género:
Infantiles y juveniles
Subgénero:
Infantil 9-12 años - CONOCIMIENTO

Referencia:

006540320758 |

EAN:

9780753555767