Minecraft has not become available for the Nintendo Wii. The company responsible for creating Minecraft, known as Mojang - now owned by Microsoft - has not made a deal with Nintendo to bring the highly popular game to any of Nintendo's devices.
There is a great deal of speculation, stretching back for some time, that Nintendo and Minecraft would make for a great business pair considering their shared consumer base. This speculation has never been more than speculation, however. The recent acquisition of Minecraft by Microsoft, one of Nintendo's competitors, combined with the game's existence nearly everywhere else already, means Minecraft may never be seen on a Nintendo Wii.
This addicting building game is available on the PC or Mac, Sony PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Xbox 1 and 360. Consumers can purchase "Minecraft" through game retailers and online through the Xbox Marketplace and PlayStation Network. Mobile users can also enjoy the game on their smartphones and devices. "Minecraft" is available for Android, iOS, Windows, and Kindle Fire platforms.
Players can enjoy countless hours of game play. Create amazing structures and protect the land from the horrible creatures that come out under the moonlight. Play alone or with friends, and explore a never-ending world of possibility.