Minecraft, a worldwide gaming phenomenon where players use blocks to build and construct vast environments in a digital world, is home to some truly fascinating creations.
The imagination driven game is now set to house a digital replica of Scarborough, recreating the iconic buildings the town is known for such as the castle, Spa, the Rotunda, lighthouse, Grand Hotel and much more.
The recreation is all being done as a part of ‘Coastival’ – an annual Scarborough set arts festival – which takes place between February 18th and 19th at the Scarborough Spa.
Coastival’s website explains that “You can expect to see artwork, music and performances in unusual locations as we look to break with people’s expectations of a traditional arts festival”.
During the event on Saturday youngsters will be able to take part in the Minecraft recreation in the Spa Grand Hall between the times of 10am and 6pm.