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Minecraft LEGO Sets

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Bring your inner builder and scavenger to life with LEGO Minecraft, which lets you create any structure you desire without the necessity for survival mode. Thanks to IWOOT UK's vast collection of LEGO Minecraft sets, you can now bring this popular and unique online game to your own environment without having to hunt for resources. However, make absolutely sure you have all of the pieces, or you may end up scavenging for that one small piece that completes the set.

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A Builders Paradise

This cube-themed game appears to have been around for quite some time, which may explain why one of the most often asked questions among all of these online builders is when was Minecraft created? Markus Persson, commonly known as Notch, invented this online game, formerly known as Cave Game, in 2009. This game has surely sparked a lot of attention because it is so different from other online games in which you construct things. Instead of just building structures, there is a scavenging element in which you must collect salvage to build these amazing structures.

The survival mode distinguishes this online game. Gamers must survive dangerous creatures and explore this pixelated environment for resources in order to produce new materials that can be utilised to build structures and survive longer, which is not a concern when making and building these LEGO blocks.

Creative Mode: ON

When it comes to what to create in Minecraft, the world is your oyster, as are the franchise's LEGO sets. Make your own LEGO village with your own set of rules. If you're feeling particularly nasty, you might outfit your structure with a Minecraft-inspired dungeon to house anything that has offended you. Although you cannot collect Minecraft skins, in reality, you can assemble a collection of your favourite characters with LEGO's Minecraft Minifigures to experience the thrill of collecting.

Practice your survival mode abilities in real life by attempting to defend yourself against zombies protecting the Ice Castle, or perhaps you're searching for something a little hotter to improve your combat skills, which is easily accomplished with the Nether Bastion Battle Set, which includes magma cubes.