Minecraft was first released in 2011 and, since then, it has become one of the most addictive games of all time. It attracts millions of regular players and has been ported to almost every single platform available. While the game does have other elements, its awesome sandbox capabilities has resulted in huge popularity because its creative aspects allow people to build practically anything they want. With such a large fanbase, it shouldn’t be much of a surprise to learn that players have been able to create amazing Minecraft constructions over the past few years.
Despite a few creepy things in Minecraft, the game has birthed some awe-inspiring things. These range from crazy Minecraft projects that see entire teams working together to build enormous structures or just one-man operations that are able to produce truly amazing things no one would have believed is possible. Some of the cool stuff that people built in Minecraft will definitely take you by surprise. After all, you probably would never expected players to create working computers or game emulators with the title. Check out the most elaborate things people have made in Minecraft and vote up the best ones.
The Real Life Mona Lisa In Pixel Art Form
This is almost more impressive than the actual Mona Lisa, if only because the creator had to use a limited selection of colored blocks, rather than paint.
A Full Working Computer That Can Play Simple Games
There’s nothing better than playing other games within a game. With this computer, which is made from millions of blocks and pieces of redstone, you can do just that thanks to a working GPU. It was created by Laurens Weyn, who was improving upon one of the first redstone computers created by theinternetftw back in 2010.
The City Of Los Angeles
Although not a perfect 1:1 replica of the real-life city, it is heavily inspired by Los Angeles. The creator has even gone to trouble of furnishing all of the buildings so that you can actually go inside of them. The amount of detail is insane and really pays homage to the architecture of the City of Angels.