1.2 million downloads, almost 1.5 million new users in a month!
That’s what a month like that feels like, especially considering how the game launched with only one month of updates.
But the developers are working to bring more in, and that means more new players and more content.
They’ve also added more achievements and content, and now there’s a lot more to do.
For example, they’re offering an entire game mode called “Farming” to give players the chance to learn how to farm in Minecraft.
This will help them unlock new and more complex crops.
But for now, the developers have to be content with just a small patch of new content to add to the game.
This month, the developer also announced the launch of the first beta version of their latest game, “Mojang’s World”, which is set to launch in September.
That’s a new map, a new world, a different world type, and a new player.
It will be free-to-play.
The world has more features than before, but this time, it’s going to be much bigger and more varied than ever before.
The developers are also releasing a new quest system called “Bounty Hunting” that will give players more ways to complete the game, and will give them new tools to explore the world.
The devs have also launched an online store for Mojang’s products, called MojangStore.
This is a place for Mojangs newest products, including Minecraft, “The Journey”, and more.
It is a bit of a trial run for the Mojang team, and is only available to Mojang members and the public.
If Mojang Store is successful, Mojang will also have a dedicated online store where fans can buy Minecraft and other products.
In other news, Mojangs co-founder Chris Perkins revealed a new project called “Mozilla Labs” that is focused on developing open source tools to help developers make better games.
Perkins said that the company will continue to invest in open source software, but that he hopes it will help the community develop more games.
If you want to know more about Mojang, you can check out the company’s website here and their Twitter account here.