DoodleChaos imagines what it might be like if Minecraft was a rhythm-matching game like Beat Saber or Guitar Hero. This crazy, mashed-up world is filled with fanciful voxel art characters and sees blocks and objects popping up for players to hit with their tools as they roll along the rails and fly through the air. The track is Fly Away by TheFatRat f/Anjulie.
Animator Alan Becker is best known for his Animation vs. series. When he’s not making those, he spends his time painstakingly replicating the vibrant worlds of Studio Ghibli entirely inside of Minecraft. You can join his Ghibli Minecraft server here, and check out the GhibliCraft YouTube channel for more videos.
With enough time and creativity, you can create incredible structures in Minecraft. German builder Timtenth shows off his largest project to date with time-lapse footage of the process. It took him 1000 hours to assemble this awe-inspiring digital Babylon. Stick around to the end for a fly-through of the finished environment.
One of the most useful blocks in Minecraft is the furnace. It can smelt blocks and items, and works as a light source. After building a real-life mine cart, Joel Creates wanted to make a working replica of the game’s furnace. It has thermoelectric cells to convert heat to electricity with the ultimate goal of powering the cart.
After showing off his jaundice-skinned realistic LEGO minifigure, Adam from North of the Border is back with another disturbing sculpt. This time he took the blocky character Steve from MineCraft, and gave him humanoid features. This version looks like a swole, steroid-infused gym bro.
Artist WUZU Clay built this miniature scene inspired by the blocky world of Minecraft. They made the underwater ocean temple by cutting and sculpting precise squares of polymer clay, layering them, and then submerging the structure in clear resin. The level of detail in the characters and plants is truly impressive.
DoodleChaos spent over 100 hours working on this musical Minecraft design. Sit back and enjoy this invigorating mine cart ride which syncs up perfectly with the Vitamin String Quartet’s phenomenal cover of the My Chemical Romance track I’m Not Okay (I Promise).
While the number of Pokémon and other collectible gaming items is always changing, Reigarw Comparisons still thought it would be fun to put some numbers into perspective, tallying up everything from the count of weapons in Call of Duty to the insane quantity of blocks it would take to fill the Minecraft universe.
Namco’s classic ’80s arcade game Pac-Man has made its way into the blocky world of Minecraft. The DLC includes 10 different mazes and the ability to build your own, along with gameplay that roughly approximates the original dot-gobbling action, just in 3D. Available now from the Minecraft Marketplace.
Beat Saber is one of the most fun and addictive VR games we’ve played, but it requires a head-mounted display and VR controllers to play. DoodleChaos decided to see if he could make a rudimentary version of the game in Minecraft, by dual wielding swords and whacking flower pots while rolling down a track in a mine cart.
Despite its age, people are still obsessed with MineCraft, and experimenting to see what else they can do with the block-building game. SethBling spent innumerable hours creating a chest inside of the game, that when opened, contains an completely playable version of MineCraft inside of itself. Download here.
Minecraft meets Diablo in Mojang’s upcoming action RPG, Minecraft Dungeons. Set in the pixelated Minecraft universe, the game features procedurally generated levels, and online and local co-op for up to four players. Drops Spring 2020 for consoles and Windows.
The block-building game Minecraft is known for its incredibly rudimentary object textures. But game modder hodiltoN decided the game was due for an upgrade, and created a series of realistic textures for the game, which look especially nice when lit with using the SEUS PTGI shaders.
At nearly 8 lb. and made of 2,863 pieces, The Mountain Cave is LEGO’s biggest Minecraft set yet. It packs a ton of features and figures, including a track and an elevator for its two minecarts, a light brick, a slime with two mini slimes inside it, and Steve and Alex minifigs.
YouTuber Reqaug’s mindblowing Minecraft creation is a Game Boy Advance that not only looks like the real thing but also plays Pokémon Fire Red. It’s far from finished and will never be practical, but this is like making a LEGO Mindstorms machine out of K’NEX.
Alan Becker’s sentient stick figures accidentally discover Minecraft. Will the game’s limitless potential free them from their domain, or will it bring about their ruin? Part Minecraft tutorial, part adventure film, this work of art deserves all the awards that it’s inevitably going to get.