searching through filetrip, and there doesn't seem to be a minecraft homebrew :|
someone is going to have to make one >_>
I'm pretty sure the DS doesn't have enough power to run it.
The DS probably has enough power. It's just that the PC version has a crapload of special effects that require lots of CPU power, but those could be removed for a DS version.
I plan on developing Minecraft until it's a finished complete game, with a downloadable client (with fullscreen mode), custom key re mappings and possibly modding support.
For as long as people enjoy and purchase the game, I will develop extensions after the game is done. These will be free for anyone who has purchased the game.
Once sales start dying and a minimum time has passed, I will release the game source code as some kind of open source.
I'm not very happy with the draconian nature of (L)GPL, nor do I believe the other licenses have much merit other than to boost the egos of the original authors, so I might just possibly release it all as public domain.