<p><br/> City's science museum creates Minecraft maps of Bristol<br/></p><br/><p><br/> 22 September 2018<br/></p><br/><p><br/> A museum is encouraging people digitally to rebuild Bristol by providing free Minecraft maps.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> We The Curious designed the maps for the Minecraft workshops as part of its Festival of What If this summer.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Life science officer Tom Rodgers said: "There was a rollercoaster, a giant rainbow and someone turned College Green into a volcano."<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Minecraft is a game, but there's no winning or losing. Gamers create digital worlds.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Rodgers explained that "there was no Metrobus nor Arena - maybe that is not what 12-years-olds are worried about."<br/></p><br/><p><br/> The maps of the museum cover the area around Harbourside. They can be downloaded from the museum’s Twitter page.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Mr Rodgers stated that he had never done a digital event like it before. <a href="">extremecraft</a> However, he said that he wanted to inspire people to try their hand and give them new ideas.<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Are parents concerned about Minecraft?<br/></p><br/><p><br/> 30 March 2015<br/></p><br/><p><br/> Minecraft is not just another videogame<br/></p><br/><p><br/> 7 September 2013<br/></p><br/><p><br/> We The Curious<br/></p>

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