'Minecraft' in Nintendo? Nothing is Impossible, 'Super Mario' Creator Said That He Designed A Similar Game On Nintendo 64
The creator of Nintendo classics like "Mario" is Shigeru Miyamoto and he suggested that Nintendo should have created "Minecraft." He is also behind the high fantasy action and adventure series "The Legend of Zelda."
Miyamoto told Glixel that he likes "Minecraft" and he wished for the game to be available on Nintendo according to a report in Gamespot. He confirmed that they actually created some designs that have resemblance with "Minecraft".
They also tried numerous experiments back in the N64 generation. Miyamoto also said that people behind "Minecraft" are impressed as they turned the idea into a new product.
The developer of "Minecraft" is Mojang and it obtained a huge profit after it was released in 5 years. In 2014, Microsoft bought Mojang including "Minecraft." However, the first game that Nintendo tried to create was "Super Mario Maker." It is focused on more users and was released in 2015. The game also has a 3D release.
Miyamoto is often collecting mobile games, including "Neko Atsume" according to My Nintendo News. The idea of creating "Minecraft" did not meet Shigeru Miyamoto famously top bar for quality. But, he is still happy that someone made it possible.
It should be noted that there are about 100 million copies of "Minecraft" that were sold in 2011. Fortunately, Nintendo is on the top again after the blocky action this year. They released a "Super Mario" mash-up pack available on Wii U edition.
"Minecraft" has been labeled as the most popular game all throughout the world. Mostly players of "Minecraft" are young children as its simple building mechanics are easy enough to learn.
The success of the game was taken for granted by Nintendo. The company created a partnership on special "Super Mario" content that is compatible on Wii U edition of the game. Nintendo made an experiment on some games but these efforts have been trashed because they are not even produced and sold to gamers.