Over the past few years, one of the games that surprised us the most is, without a doubt, Minecraft. Mojang’s work has proven to have great potential in many aspects, including his various mods to ensure that all players can customize the world to their liking. While this may already sound promising, the reality is that Minecraft is much more than that.
Personalization, adventures and of course the different ways in which players can live each of their stories
Mohjang took care of many aspects of the game except for one.
It is precisely with the latter that there is great curiosity. While it’s true that Mojang has shown us that they’ve taken great care of different aspects of the game, like creating a big open world or continuing to create new content for the game no matter how long it takes, there is. a. aspect they did not work on. In fact, it was included as a collaboration of SGU (Geological Survey of Sweden).
A small element that seeks to increase the knowledge of the players
Anyone who has enjoyed Minecraft at some point, or at least seen someone play, will have been surprised by the craftsmanship or how the character can collect minerals. In fact, the latter can be one of the most realistic aspects of the whole game
In order to help players gain knowledge, SGU collaborated with Mohjang
This is due to the fact the Geological Survey of Sweden released a mod for Minecraft which adds a much more realistic geology to the game. The goal is to increase the audience’s knowledge of geology, giving players a hands-on method to learn a little more about minerals and even how they can be obtained in nature.