Minecraft: The Story of Mojang, 2 Player Productions' documentary chronicling Minecraft developer Mojang's rise, is available to purchase on the official website through digital distributor VHX, according to a press release from the filmmakers.
The documentary is available in two editions. For $8, buyers will get English subtitles, the "family-friendly" version and the option to stream instantly or download a DRM-free file. For $12, buyers will get the those features plus a commentary track, a segment about Minecraft's Xbox 360 developers at 4J studios, deleted scenes and more features detailed on the official website.
From March 18-23, those who enter the code "CREEPER" can get the regular package for $5 and the deluxe for $10.
Minecraft: The Story of Mojang premiered with a one-time showing on Xbox Live last December. The film, which was funded through Kickstarter, is also available on DVD through Fangamer. For more on the documentary, you can watch its official trailer.
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