We've seen the Minecraft treatment done to Game of Thrones that blew our minds with the digital effort put into it. Now, we get to see physical effort at its geekiest with this recreation of the Helm's Deep battle scene from Lord of the Rings: Two Towers. Show More Summary
Playing a bit like a computer version of Lego, Mojang's Minecraft – the darling of the indie game movement – has been an impressive success story. It soared to mainstream popularity as intrepid players proudly showcased their elaborate creations online. Show More Summary
On Minecraft, an immensely popular online virtual world that is something like Second Life meets an infinite supply of Legos, a certain type of digital escapist that has emerged. Minecraft players — there are over 10 million of themShow More Summary
For some time now I've used Minecraft as an example of the sort of gaming experience that I believe has application for education. Minecraft is essentially a computerised version of lego on steroids, allowing players to build constructions out of textured cubes in a 3D procedurally generatedworld. Show More Summary
Before there was Minecraft, there is Lego, and one cannot deny the fact that Lego has done plenty to kick start the imagination of many a young kid. The thing is, while Minecraft has more or less garnered a loyal following on the computer as well as on the Xbox 360 in addition to mobile [...]
The place to talk about games and other things that matter Friday! What are you playing this weekend. I'm hoping for Far Cry 3 but will probably get Minecraft, Lego Batman 2 and Xmen on XBLA. Games Keith Stuart guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. Show More Summary
Playing the video game Minecraft is a joke that writes itself. Ooh, look at nerds building the world they want to live in! But it's actually engaging, like playing with a digital Lego. Could it also be the ultimate educational tool? PBS' Idea Channel examines Minecraft's case for wrinkling our brain. More »
From Minecraft to Lego bricks to real people dressed in stormtrooper suits, there's seemingly no end to the creative ways Star Wars fan filmmakers have paid tribute to the ultimate cinematic sci-fi universe.
The hit game "Minecraft" is a kind of virtual Lego set in which you break down your surroundings and build pretty much anything.
Last year Lego got its very own Minecraft set following a cavalcade of user votes on Lego Cuusoo, the building-block manufacturer's community site where users vote on what kooky ideas get placed into production. Following in Mojang's...Show More Summary
Mojang AB is a development studio with one of the hottest games on the Internet. The game is Minecraft, a kind of virtual Lego set that has become an obsession for players around the world.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A pool table, a pinball machine, board games and Lego dot the offices of Mojang, the small Swedish company behind the wildly popular Minecraft video game, and one of its founders is wearing a tuxedo and purple tie on a recent "for...
Creating building replicas out of LEGO bricks is yesterday’s thing, or at least that’s what the 100 Minecraft players who reproduced the entire King’s Landing from Game of Thrones seem to think. Using LEGO bricks to build the 3,000 unique buildings that are part of this project at this level of...Continue Reading on Walyou
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There's a tendency to go straight for the fantastical when designing Minecraft worlds, to castles and islands in the sky, but just like we see with LEGO and its City sets, the mundane can be just as good. More »
YouTuber ZaziNombies makes life-size LEGO replicas of your favorite weapons from FPS video games like Halo, Skyrim and Minecraft among others. In this one, he presents his recreation of The Modern Submachine Carbine (MSMC) as featured...Show More Summary
Mashable's Gift of the Day series highlights cool, interesting and fun products for that special someone on your holiday list. When indie game sensation Minecraft started picking up steam in 2010, it was fondly referred to as "LEGOsShow More Summary
The world's largest video game retailer has launched its latest retail concept: GameStop Kids. These new locations will focus specifically on kid-friendly games, from Angry Birds to LEGO to Skylanders and Minecraft. "We are always striving to make the shopping experience better for holiday gift givers," GameStop VP Bob Puzon said in the announcement. Show More Summary
Back in April 2012, GeekAlerts announced that LEGO & Minecraft were teaming up to bring fans of both genres a great building block set. The LEGO Minecraft Micro World 21102 is now available and features 2 buildable Micromob characters: Player and Creeper. When you’re not building in a virtual world, pull out your LEGO Minecraft [...]