- This article is about the video game franchise. For the original PC version, see Minecraft Java Edition.
For other related logos and images, see:
|2011–2015; 2017–present (Java Edition)||2011–2015||2013–present||2019–present (secondary)||2021–present|
2011–2015; 2017–present (Java Edition)
Following the full release of Minecraft at MineCon on November 18, 2011, Mojang started to use officially the logo from Beta 1.8 as the main logo of the franchise (although it actually first appeared on Beta 1.4, but with a slightly different design that was changed later). Despite it got discontinued in 2015 it can be still seen in Java Edition's logo.
An improved redesign of the logo was first seen in the official website around 2011, before the full release of the game. It would later be used in tandem with logo above until 2015, mostly in merchandise and other type of media. It was also used in the Pocket (before v0.7.1) and Xbox 360 Editions.
The modified version of the previous logo with a gradient added, originally first appeared in a promotional logo of the Java Edition Adventure Update (Beta 1.8.1). However, it wouldn't be used officially until the release of the Playstation 3 Edition and other consoles versions of the game between 2013 and 2014.
First appearance in "Caves and Cliffs".
|Co-developed and co-owned by Mojang Studios and Xbox Game Studios|
Third-party editions (international only) developed by 4J Studios
Chinese version developed by NetNase Games
Bedrock Edition1&7 | Dungeons | Earth2 | Education Edition | Java3 | Legacy Console Edition1 | New Nintendo 3DS4 | Nintendo Switch1 | PlayStation 31 | PlayStation 41 | PlayStation Vita1 | Story Mode5 | Wii U4 | Windows 106 | Xbox 3606 | Xbox One6