The 10 Most Amazing Minecraft Creations Videos

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When Minecraft released years ago, it became quickly apparent that there are a lot of smart, creative video game players in the world. Some of the stuff people have managed to build within Mojang’s digital crafting game is truly breathtaking. Minecraft comes with basic engineering tools like redstone and pistons that allow gamers to build monumental objects, device and inventions.

With so much out there, we’ve found the very best Minecraft creations and listed them here.

1. Minecraft Working Computer

Minecraft CPU brief overviewa CPU i made inside Minecraft. 32-Bytes of program memory (can hold 16x 2-Byte instructions) 2-Byte instruction words 14-Bytes of RAM (14x 1-Byte registers) 2-Bytes of user input (2x 1-Byte input registers) 8-Bit ALU (add, subtract, and, or, not, xor, left/right shift/rotate, random number) 0.208 Hz (4.8s period/ 24 clock) 4x 7-Segment Displays (with 4x 4-Bit display registers) carry select adder/subtractor (thanks to Cananatra for pointing this out) Can load 8-bit values into registers Can branch conditionally Can print 2-Bytes to the display in hexadecimal SAVE FILE: instructions.txt: FORUM PAGE:

If there’s one thing I thought would never be possible it would be creating a working computer within a game inside a working computer. Some genius of a Minecraft player used only the tools available in the game (and his ridiculous skills, patience and time) to create a simple-yet-functioning computer within Minecraft. As you might imagine, the thing is enormous. By now, plenty of players have created their own computers, and each one is just as impressive as the last. However they do it goes way over my head; just looking at the things give me a headache.

2. Minecraft King’s Landing

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One of the funner things to do in Minecraft is create cities. With the popularity of HBO’s Game of Thrones, an adaption of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series of novels, it was only a matter of time before someone decided to recreate Westeros in the game. King’s Landing is the biggest city in the show, peppered with towers and houses, lined with tight corridors and surrounded by docks on the water. A group managed to recapture the iconic location flawlessly within Minecraft, making for a truly impressive creation.

3. Minecraft Minas Tirith

Huge Minecraft Minas Tirith by FishyyyUpdated download (3rd april 2013): FAQ: Will you upload the save? – Please, please, read the description What is it? – Minas Tirith, the capital of Gondor during the 3rd age of middle earth. How long did it take you? – 22,35467457568 hours. Seriously. (22 hours and 20 minutes … not 20 billion years) How many blocks did you use? – about 6 million Did you use programs or editors? – Yes, Mcedit and World Painter How big is it? – 1st level: 500 blocks. What's the music? – Age of Empires 2: Age of Kings ingame soundtrack. Texturepack? – In the video: edited painterly pack – download: changed bedrock to iron blocks, default textures from now on Other Software? – Sony Vegas, MeGUI, Fraps Computer specs: – i5 – 16 gb ram – 660 ti – ssd harddrive Is my dirt house still awesome? – of course2011-04-09T03:02:22.000Z

Game of Thrones is fine and dandy, but let’s take a moment to hark back to the original fantasy series that set the stage for all things swords and sorcery to follow: The Lord of the Rings. Yes, J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic trilogy might not be as popular as HBO’s show, but the locales from The Lord of the Rings are just as enchanting. Take Minas Tirith, the White City, for example. It has a distinct shape that’s immediately recognizable, and this Minecraft version nails its giant landing and spiral structure perfectly.

4. Minecraft Planet Earth

Minecraft Earth 1:1500 scale version 2 ! (Major differences)A whole new updated version of the earth 1:1500 scale! Like it? Show so, like this video! Download: This project has an entry in the Guiness Book of Records for largest recreation of the earth in Minecraft. #verified I've completelly redone the earth. You'd be wrong to think there's only one way to create the earth (as a flat terrain) in Minecraft. I have listened to the feedback i received on the first version and have made some major decisions relating to accuraccy and minecraft playability. This map is closer related to minecraft, slightly less realistic but with more real world reference points. You should watch the video to learn what has changed! – – – – – Follow on twitter: Follow on PMC: Check my reddit: – – – – – Royalty Free Music by

It doesn’t get much more ambitious than this. Someone had the crazy idea to map out the entirety of Earth in Minecraft (though, thankfully, on a much smaller scale). It might be smaller, but it took an unbelievable 135 billion blocks to build this map. The creation goes so far as to scale not just in two dimensions but vertically, too, with Mount Everest being the tallest point on the map and the Mariana Trench going the lowest. Locations look appropriate, with sand and cacti where deserts should be and grass and trees in the forests. All in all, it’s an earth-shattering feat.

5. Minecraft Starship Enterprise

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Nerds, am I right? They may make the world go round, but they apparently make giant Minecraft models of Star Trek spaceships as well. Here we have the Starship Enterprise recreated almost perfectly to scale (don’t as me how they know the scale of a fictional spaceship). The thing is so big that it’s hard to make out the whole ship in one look without the farther parts fading into the distant fog. And it’s not just the outside either; the interior is decorated accurately, too, from the captain’s quarters to the warp drive. That’s dedication.

6. Minecraft Interstate

Minecart Interstate V3.0 | 3-Year Anniversary | Remastered – 1440pIt's been a fun three years. This is a almost perfect remake of the video from October 9th, 2010. Minecart Interstate V3.0. It's been updated with shaders, modified textures, remastered music, high framerate motion blur, 1440p HD editing, and lots of love. The project in total took over 45hours to produce. No time building. Frequently Asked Questions: ● Original version: ● Music: ● "Life's Things" by mindthings Texture Pack: ● Brown and Bloom. I remade it custom for this video. Mods used: ● Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders: (Not-Yet-Public) ● Optifine: ● Minema: ● Single Player Commands: Thanks to: Sonic Ether, for helping me 1:1 on developing the look I needed and fixing glitches. BruceKnowsBest, for MCedit help and mods RichardLulz, for time remapping help Skooore, for some thought provoking arguments Please rate, and share the video if you enjoyed it. Be sure to favorite the video to remember it. – Channels – ● Main Channel ————- ● Gameplay Channel – – Social / Info – ● Twitch Channel ——— ● Computer —————- ● Twitter ——————— ● Facebook —————- ● Sound Design ———–

The Minecraft interstate isn’t so much of an impressive creation as it is a monument to a single man’s tireless work. Apparently this long, straight set of mine cart tracks that travels through tunnels and bridges took two months of constant digging and building to complete. It takes half an hour to ride a cart along the whole thing, which amounts to eight in-game miles. That’s one long, straight line. Fortunately, the video is sped up, making the peaceful journey last a mere three minutes.

7. Minecraft Denmark

Denmark Minecraft 1:1 Scale, Episode #1 (Home town of Nakskov)Denmark has been created in Minecraft on a 1:1 scale as the only country in the world! It was the Danish Geodastyrelse who made the Danish country and offers it for free use. I had to give this a look and I decided to take it to my home town of Nakskov! I will be posting more videos of other locations in Denmark, if you have any special requests feel free to leave a comment. You can visit Denmark in Minecraft on some of Geodatastyrelsens servers which will be hosted until 23. october 2014. = Mid – North Jutland(+ several islands) = Mid – South Jutland and Fyn(also several islands) = Sjælland, Falster, Lolland and Bornholm(also several islands) When they close the servers or if you just want the map for yourself you can also download it from the website: Please like and subscribe! Music at the end of the video: Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 PMC Victory Extended Theme —-

I don’t know how it was done (I assume no small amount of external software was involved), but some higher-ups over in Denmark decided to recreate their entire country in Minecraft on a one-to-one scale in order to help educate children. Using video games to help teach youth? I’m down for that. Apparently some American jokesters weren’t too keen on the idea, though; the world was vandalized with TNT and American flags. Still, it must be pretty cool for Denmark citizens to explore their own home through a video game.

8. Minecraft Playable Guitar

Minecraft Playable GuitarPlay in real time with real guitar chord arpeggios Plays 10 basic open chords, play any song you want! Rebuilt to work in Minecraft 1.4.x Download: Forum thread: OCD texture pack: Website: Twitter: Facebook: Twitch: Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod2011-09-27T19:18:20.000Z

The vanilla version of Minecraft has music boxes that make it possible to play tunes. This user took that idea one (or 100) steps further and created a working, playable guitar. Using loads of redstone, repeaters and switches, he made it possible to play repeating chords and even switch them in real time. Just for fun, he also created a giant guitar that shows the appropriate fingerings for the chords being played. Now it’s only a matter of time before some crazy indie band creates an album using this convoluted method.

9. Minecraft 3D Printer

3D Printer With 16 Colors – Minecraft InventionI've made a 3D Printer that can print in all 16 wool colors in a 6x9x10 area. Thanks for 2000 subscribers! Edit: Well, I guess this turned into my 5000 subscriber special as well. Thanks to everyone who subbed! If you enjoyed, please like, comment and subscribe! World Download: SimplySarc's Video: Music: CMA — Believe in Yourself

Three-dimensional printers are already a mind-blowing technology. The ability to print out almost any 3D object you can think of is pretty futuristic, and if you had told me about 3D printers 10 years ago, I would’ve thought they were nothing more than science fiction. They’re real, though, and one Minecraft user had the idea to make a 3D printer of sorts within the game. The creations printed might be on the simple side, and there’s tons of lag involved to print just a single object, but it’s still an astounding feat.

10. Minecraft Rapture

Ein's PA Minecraft Server: Welcome to Rapture, Part 1PART 1 of 2. PART 2: NEW: DOWNLOAD THE MAP! 720p quality strongly recommended. For those who might be under the impression that the entire city's above-water: Video of one of the Penny Arcade community's servers! By now the Cult of Rapture server has made its rounds on the internet and gotten all of the attention it well and truly deserved. However, back when I first set the minecraft server up, most of us hadn't caught wind of it yet, so we set about making Rapture on our own. We were not trying to precisely duplicate Rapture. Given that the build server regularly hosts 30+ people, trying to precisely recreate a game that some might not have played didn't seem like a worthwhile endeavor. What we did, instead, was try and retain the flavor of Rapture, while still enjoying the process of making our own original creations. Obviously, this means we have structures that did not exist in the game – such as our giant Surface Recreation Dome, which is one of the main hubs of the city. With that said, we're still tremendously proud of our accomplishments so far, so we put this video together to celebrate our current progress. I just want to emphasize that all of the construction on the map is done by hand. Nothing was editor'd in. Admins and mods on the main build server do spawn blocks for people when needed, but only for things that can't otherwise by regularly attained such as ice blocks or lava. If they want any gold, diamond, rock, whatever, that is regularly available in the map, it's up to the player to get it. For the record, these two videos only walk through about 2/3rds of what we've built down here. :P There's some places I totally forgot to wander through, like Siren Alley. Maybe we'll do a second run-through in few weeks.2010-10-19T14:20:09.000Z

Every gamer remembers that awesome moment when they arrived in the city of Rapture for the first time in the original BioShock. There’s something magical about the underwater city, and I’m not referring to the plasmids and psychotic splicers. The Art Deco architecture and old-timey atmosphere are second to none. Knowing how famous the setting the location is in the video game world, a group of players decided to recreate Rapture within Minecraft. Most awing of all is the fact that they built the city entirely underwater.

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