Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series is an adventure game split up into several episodes that revolve around a character and their friends as they go on a journey that will take them through the Overworld, the Nether, and even beyond the End! It was developed and published by Telltale Games on October 13th, 2015.
This game is made out of five parts that take us through the grueling and exciting adventures of your characters. The exciting story focuses on your character, named Jesse, and your friends that worship the famous Order of the Stone which is made out of several members: Architect, Redstone Engineer, Warrior, and Griefer. These are the legendary people that have slain the Ender Dragon. EnderCon is underway, and while you and your gang wait there for a chance to see and meet Gabriel the Warrior, something didn't feel right. As unspeakable terror gets unleashed, you have to go on a difficult quest to discover where The Order of the Stone is if you want to save the entire world from total oblivion.
Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series is made by Telltale Games in partnership with Mojang, the people behind Minecraft. While this game doesn't have any crafting or building in it, it is a story-driven RPG where your decisions have a lasting impact on the further development of things. It also features a cast of extremely well-written and lovable characters.
Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series allows you to use the process of choice making to tailor your own story. You are the main character, so you get to decide how it all ends!
The final project from Telltale Games, a Netflix version of 2015’s episodic Minecraft: Story Mode, started on the digital telly service yesterday. “Not with a bang but a whimper” and all that. Netflix subscribers can now play the first three episodes of season 1 on their personal...
Following yesterday’s initial reports that Telltale Games were effectively shutting down, the studio behind licensed story ’em ups including The Walking Dead and Batman: The Enemy Within have confirmed the bad news. All but 25 Telltale employees have been let go (that’s 250-ish p...
Update: Telltale have officially confirmed the bad news that they’ve closed most the studio and only 25 employees remain. As reported by Gamasutra, it seems that prolific choose-your-own-adventure studio Telltale Games is shutting down. This is backed up by media posts from developers at and c...
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