Minecraft allows you to build just about anything. Now, we're pretty stoked to see that the beloved building sim is being used all around the globe to create some pretty amazing environments teaching everything from physics to cellular biology.
We've seen plenty of nerdy ways geeks have popped the question and a Jedi/Sith-themed engagement shoot, but this wedding has got to be the geekiest of the year (so far). Meet Asia and Matt, two newlyweds who adore Minecraft — so much that they went and pixelated up their entire wedding.
What seemed to be a match made in heaven is soon going to be a reality. After tying the knot, Lego and developer Mojang, will release official Minecraft physical play things in all glorious brick form later this summer. This is what toy bricks of digital bricks look like.
To prove that there is nothing that's can't be built using Minecraft blocks, super fan Rumsey decided to go ahead and recreate all of the World of Warcraft's Azeroth.
You've probably seen the 1:1 replica of the Star Trek Enterprise created in Minecraft. "Hyrulecraft" is more ambitious, because it's a 1:1 scale replica of the Nintendo 64 hit adventure game, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.