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Minecraft reopens its oceans, starting with dolphin hunters-treasures

During yesterday's Minecon Earth, there were some notable announcements of interest for Minecraft's future. The most noteworthy development is undoubtedly the announcement of the Update Aquatic, which will radically change ...

This weekend you can vote for the new Minecraft monster

This weekend the 2017 edition of the MineCon Earth will take place, and during the livestream, four new creatures will be presented to the fans. There will then be a vote in which you will be asked to choose your ...
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Minecraft comes to life, new feature coming in for 3D technology

The Mojang software house, in collaboration with the parent company Microsoft, has updated Minecraft on Windows 10 adding a new feature that allows players to export pieces of their world as 3D models. This...

Minecraft at the service of education?

Minecraft has always been an instrument to give vent to one's creativity or ability to reproduce existing scenarios. But today what we present is a very nice video in which NBC Left Video (a ...

Minecraft - Mash-Up with Fallout

Among the continuous changes and updates of Minecraft, a novelty has been inserted, thanks to Bethesda in fact a Mash-Up Pack with Fallout was born, which basically consists in the merger between the two games. While...

Review - Darksiders Genesis

One year after the third installment in the series, the Darksiders series returns to the spotlight with a new chapter developed this time by ...

Kerbal Space Program Enhanced Edition: Breaking Ground Expansion Now Available for ...

Robust expansion adds new robotic parts, additional ways to collect scientific data, and exciting surface features to critically acclaimed simNEW YORK - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Private ...

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