Minecraft is one of the most popular games all over the world. Players must survive in a huge world created from blocks. To do this, they need to extract resources, craft items, and defend themselves from various monsters. However, Minecraft has long gone beyond a simple game for children. And in this guide, we will tell you about such a project as Liberty Science Center “The Exhibition”.
What’s inside Liberty Science Center “The Exhibition”?
Mojang Studios collaborated with the Museum of Popular Culture to create an experimental Exhibition. The purpose of this Exhibition is to bring the digital world of Minecraft into the real world. This multimedia Exhibition spans over 6,000 square feet. And what is most interesting, it is designed both for the audience of Minecraft players and for people who are new to the gaming industry.
Visitors to the Liberty Science Center will be able to see live up to 15 different characters from the game, such as Zombie, Enderman, Steve, etc. All mobs are made in real size, and you can even touch them. Also, at the Exhibition, there are dioramas of different biomes with huge trees, pandas, and chickens.
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There will also be several interactive stands. For example, you can beat a tree with your hands to get logs. Of course, the “block” you’ll hit is the pad. Nearby there is even an inscription saying that gathering wood in this way in the real world is a bad idea. Moreover, visitors will be able to craft different items at the workbench using resource cards.
Minecraft Exhibition at the Liberty Science Center is a place where different people can get acquainted with the world of Minecraft, its history of creation, and projects that were based on it. And for fans of the game, this is a chance to touch their favorite game in the real world. Once again, Minecraft presents itself to the world not only as a game but as a good tool for creative development. While you are here, take a look at our Blockworks Massive Minecraft Library guide.