April Fools’ Day isn’t actually an official holiday (seriously, can we make it one? Imagine a day off to play pranks on your unsuspecting pals!), but if you’re reading from Canada, the U.S., Europe, Australia, Brazil or India, you’ll most likely be able to appreciate a first-of-April joke or two. And for gamers, there are a few especially great treats that the bigwigs have set up for us to enjoy. Golly!
According to EuroGamer, here are some of the April Fools’ themed “Easter eggs” you can peruse while on a coffee or study break today:
So happy April Fools’ Day, everybody. Please try not to be that annoying dude or dudette refilling the sugar container with salt, okay? Be creative! *winky face emoji*
Would swipe right/10. (Source: us.battle.net)
Every Minecraft world has a village hidden somewhere. Create and customize your own, all with LEGO bricks. In this LEGO micro-world you can build your houses and grow the crops, but watch out for the aggressive Zombies that menace the Villagers. Below the village is a mine, so beware of the TNT when you go wandering, as the walls can explode. Comes with 3 buildable Micromob figures: the Pig, the Villager and the Zombie. Minecraft Lego 21105.
Travel through an Obsidian Portal and find yourself in The Nether. This is a place like no other, with Netherrack, gravel and bedrock. Watch out for flowing lava, flying Ghasts and the patrolling Zombie Pigmen. Now you can re-build it all with LEGO bricks, complete with a portal. But remember. enter at your own risk. Includes 3 buildable Micromob figures: 2 Ghasts and a Zombie Pigmen.
Minecraft is an online sandbox a virtual world where the essential play is creative building with virtual cubes and its about learning skills and building craft tools and mining for gold and diamonds. The games is inspired by Infiniminer, Dwarf Fortress and Dungeon Keeper, created by Markus Persson, the founder of Mojang AB. The game involves players creating and destroying various types of blocks in a three dimensional environment. The player takes an avatar that can destroy or create blocks, forming fantastic structures, creations and artwork across the various multiplayer servers in multiple game modes. Minecraft was the fastest growing online game in 2012. Players can destroy various types of blocks in a three dimensional environment. Inspired by Infiniminer, Dwarf Fortress and Dungeon Keeper. Player can form fantastic structures, creations and artwork acrosss various multiplayer servers in multiple game modes. Minecraft promotes essential creative play building with virtual cubes. Due to it’s popularity and public outcry, this game has been “ported” to LEGO form, for even more enjoyment! Click the image below to buy it from Amazon.
Well, it’s happened.
The most popular Lego-like video game ever is getting official Legos. We’re getting Minecraft Lego sets, people.
Back in December, the people who make Minecraft petitioned LegoCuusoo, an official branch of the Lego company, to make some Minecraft Lego. That’s what the Cuusoo people are there for. You ask. They count the amount of people who petition.
Today, the people at Lego Cuussoo said there is enough support (more than 10,000 people on board!) and the idea passes muster:
We’re happy to announce that the Minecraft project on LEGO CUUSOO has passed the LEGO review and we are now developing a concept that celebrates the best aspects of building with the LEGO system and in Minecraft. We can’t wait to show it to you-but it isn’t ready just yet. These things take time, so we appreciate your patience. More details are to come.
What’ll we get? Hopefully some sets that look as terrific as the concepts that Mojang submitted to get the ball rolling. We’ve got images of two of them here, one up top from Michael Thomas (suparMacho) and one here from the talented koalaexpert.
Some people hope that their favorite games will be turned into major motion pictures? For others, I think a Lego set will do just fine.