Great Micro-short Documentary on Minecraft and Kids

Britt McTammany brings us a compelling and beautifully shot micro-short on Minecraft and how it brings gamers, particularly younger kids, together. Its incredible to see how well the young subjects of the documentary work together to achieve a common goal. Used at home and within classrooms, Minecraft has become a space built by its community through minecraft hosting servers which allows friends and classmates to play the game together promoting creativity among young people in a vast virtual setting. This experience isn’t something that has changed over the years. Minecraft has become and still continues to be popular. There are still a variety of ways that Minecraft is used to bring friends and families together, for instance, you can join player-made servers or download launchers similar to tLauncher (or Télécharger tLauncher if you’re French). So, it isn’t surprising that Minecraft is looking to move to different media.

This short raises a lot of interesting things about Minecraft and make me want to see more. Hopefully, the subject can be tackled by Britt in a longer format.

Also, if this has you thirsting for more well-shot Minecraft documentaries, check out 2 Player Productions Minecraft: The Story of Mojang

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