1.3 million Minecraft consoles and mobile apps are sold in the world, according to the Minecraft app store.
The Minecraft app has more than 100 million monthly active users and has been downloaded more than 9 million times, making it the world’s best-selling game, according a report from market research firm App Annie.
In a statement, Minecraft developer Mojang said it was “overjoyed” to have sold more than 1 million consoles and that the app had helped it achieve its target of reaching 30 million users.
“Today is the biggest day for Minecraft in history, and we are so grateful to everyone who has supported us and supported the game since launch,” Mojang CEO Erik Johnson said in the statement.
“This milestone is also a huge step for the app, with over 1 million monthly downloads since launch.”
It’s important to note that Minecraft was launched in 2007, so we’re only on the top of the list now.
“We’re proud to be in the top 20 in the app store for downloads, with more than 8 million monthly users, with a strong market share in developing countries.”
Minecraft was originally launched as a free app on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Windows Mobile, but has since been ported to a range of devices including the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Its popularity in China is due to the game’s “Minecraft-friendly” Chinese language and its Chinese theme.
A Minecraft fan who wanted to be identified by his first name, Wu, who lives in the eastern city of Shandong, told News.au that the game had been downloaded 1.2 million times in the past three months.
“Minecraft has been the most downloaded app on iOS for quite some time now, and the demand has really increased,” he said.
“This is especially true in China, where there is a huge demand for this game.”
Wu said he had downloaded Minecraft on the phone several times since launching it on his phone and he now had more than a hundred apps installed.
“I use it for my games, and it’s very convenient.
It’s great to be able to download it and get it to my phone without any fuss,” he told News Australia.”
But at the same time, I’m also really sad that I won’t be able the to play with friends because I can’t have any friends playing with me.”
Another gamer, Wu Xiangyao, who works in Beijing, said he would like to play Minecraft with his friends.
“My friends and I all play together on mobile, and I’m very happy that I can now play with them,” he added.
“There’s also a lot of people playing together in my hometown, so I hope that I will be able play with people there as well.”
Minecraft is available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices.