Today, LEGO announced the 21137 The Mountain Cave set with a whopping 2,853 pieces and an equally big price tag of $249.99. It will arrive online and in stores starting on July 1st, but you can get all of the details below, along with a ton of photos and a video. [click to continue…]


Gather, weary travelers, and rest your heads in the Kingdom of Galekin, a fantasy world created whole-cloth by Minecraft enthusiast Linard. It contains multiple cities, locations and natural formations, and unlike some other fantasy locations created in Minecraft, this one comes entirely from Linard’s own imagination. That is pretty impressive, especially when you consider he didn’t have photo reference or artwork to draw from in creating his world. Take video tour of Galekin below. [click to continue…]


From The Shire to Westeros, gamers have recreated a wide range of famous fictional realms in Minecraft (seriously, if you haven’t seen the Minecraft-version of Westeros, do it now). That having been said, AlanBeckerMinecraft recreated the world from My Neighbor Totoro in Minecraft, and his attention to detail is astounding. Experience it in the “cinematic trailer” featured below. [click to continue…]


LEGO has announced that their largest ever Minecraft set – the Village – is set to drop in June.

This 1,600-piece set includes buildings such as the watchtower, butcher, library, blacksmith and the marketplace and will retail for $199.99, which is money you could be putting towards that late phone bill. Or a car payment! Remember that? Priorities, man.

Ehhh…go with the Lego.

The set also includes new Minifigs of Steve, Alex, some villagers, a pig and it’s offspring, a zombie, a zombie villager, a Creeper, an Enderman, and an iron golem. Check out photos of the set below.

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A good redstone torch has a lot of uses, including acting as a source of infinite power for your cellphone. This Minecraft Redstone Torch from Think Geek functions as a cool nightlight, and it also features two USB outlets for charging your devices.

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Redditor and father hahabird posted photos of the awesome life-size glowing Minecraft block he made for his son’s birthday. Since the blocks in the game are about one meter, he decided to build one side of a cube true to scale. Then he added color-changing LEDs which can be remote controlled. The entire project took about a week in his spare time and only cost $85 in parts and paints.

His son’s reaction was absolutely perfect:

“At 7 this morning: “DADA! This is super cool! Come see! It can change colors! Look: redstone! Diamond! Lapus lazuli!” A few minutes of sitting in front of it staring, interspersed with the occasional “Wow! Sooooo cool.”

Then he asked where I got it (he should really know better by now). “I made it.” “How?” So we looked through the album as I explained each step.

Now we’re eating cupcakes for breakfast, because birthday.”

Well done Minecraft Dad. Click below to see the entire DIY project gallery…

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Mocchi Hajikura has recreated Castle in the Sky one block at a time in Minecraft. It’s mind-bogglingly massive. No wonder it took four years to complete.

You can see the first and second videos in what will eventually be a five-part series after the break. Each week he plans to release another video in the series so he can show off every bit of his creation. Four years is a heck of a commitment and it looks like he didn’t miss a thing.

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There are more than a few Minecraft obsessed kids out there, but not many have a bedroom this cool.

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The cousin of redditor Azzurite222 made this for her son as a surprise while he was away overnight at a friend’s sleepover. Now he can totally immerse himself in his favorite game even while he sleeps.

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Minecraft fans are going to want to build outside the game when they get a look at this incredible castle. It’s two feet tall and three feet wide and is constructed of over 20,000 bricks. The whole thing was built by ZaziNombies who managed to keep the very square look of the game while adding in lots of details. There are also several versions of minifig Steve and a fully accessorized interior.

And then there’s the cat.

See the video after the break.

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Prepare to wield the Force while building with blocks in Minecraft because Star Wars skins are here! You can dress up up the Minecraft world with a pack of 55 character skins that feature familiar heroes and villians from the original trilogy. Available characters include Luke Skywalker, Greedo, Princess Leia Organa, Bib Fortuna, Chewbacca, R2-D2, a wampa, and many more.

The Star Wars Classic Skin Pack is $2.99 and is currently available for Minecraft on Xbox One and Xbox 360. More downloadable Star Wars content is coming in the future.

Get the full list of characters in the pack after the break…

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