Thomas Arnroth is one of Sweden’s most well-known and reputed video game journalists, writing for some of the nation’s most prominent papers and newswires. He also works as a video game critic and expert for Swedish national TV.
Published: February 2014
Dimensions: 5 x 7 in.
"It acts as an observer to the spectacle of a quite man who did not court fame, has little use for it, and yet must cope with its attendant trials...It's a conversation, of sorts, between the people who make Minecraft and the people who play the game." — Polygon
“It would be an excellent read for people who are aware of Minecraft but know little or nothing about Notch or the history of Mojang as a company, or for people who are die-hard Minecraft and Mojang fans with an inexhaustible hunger for detail and inside stories of the game and company. Additionally anyone interested in independent game development or entrepreneurship in general would find a lot to like about A Year with Minecraft.” — Seattle Geekly
"Arnroth manages to weave stories and experiences from several members of the studio together into an entertaining whole ... In an industry full of unique personalities and stories Mojang and Marcus Persson stand out of the overwhelming success of Minecraft. The origin story has been told by the continuing saga of the development studio may be even more interesting based on A Year with Minecraft: Behind the Scenes at Mojang by Thomas Arnroth." — Examiner.com