Markus Persson, the man responsible for the worldwide phenomenon that is Minecraft, has revealed that he feels the pressure to repeat his success.
Since the release of Minecraft in 2009, Notch, has enjoyed worldwide success, selling millions of copies and shunting his tiny indie studio, Mojang into full blown mainstream developer.
Persson stopped working on Minecraft in 2011 to work on other projects, such as the ever shadowy 0x10c.
In a profile published in, The New Yorker, he explained how he felt the pressure to repeat, “”With Minecraft it was just easier, because nobody knew who I was. Now I post a new idea and millions of people scrutinise it.”
Mentioning he is also suffering from a creative block due to this, let’s hope that we see something new from Notch this year!