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New “Minecraft” Game Will Let You Build Stuff in the Real World

Futurism Friday, 17 May 2019
New “Minecraft” Game Will Let You Build Stuff in the Real WorldMinecraft Earth “Minecraft,” one of the most popular video games in the world, is making a major augmented reality push later this year, courtesy of Microsoft. “Minecraft Earth,” announced today, will allow users to collect items, blocks, and creatures while roaming around in the real world with other real-world friends — think of it as […]

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