Hit game Minecraft to stay private

A coder plays a pinball machine game during a break in the Mojang company office in StockholmSTOCKHOLM (Reuters) – A pool table, a pinball machine, board games and Lego dot the offices of Mojang, the small Swedish company behind the wildly popular Minecraft video game, and one of its founders is wearing a tuxedo and purple tie on a recent "formal Friday". The atmosphere reflects the independent spirit that has contributed to the raw identity of the game that has just sold 20 million copies. The founders want to keep it that way. …

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