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November 18, 2021

The Washington Post

The world of ‘Minecraft’ is getting taller (and deeper) with its latest update

Mojang Studios, the developer behind “Minecraft,” is restructuring the genesis of “Minecraft’s” blocky world, changing how the sandbox game scales for its millions of players. … “For a whole generation of kids, that’s kind of where they go,” said Kurt Squire, a professor at University of California Irvine who studies how games can be used to help students learn. “It literally is the playground, the sandbox that they grew up in.”

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The world of ‘Minecraft’ is getting taller (and deeper) with its latest update

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