Minecraft, a popular video game that was first released in 2011, has since been available on nearly every platform. The ability to build and create items and entire worlds is reminiscent of LEGO products. In fact, they’re so obvious that the game’s Danish developer, Mojang, even collaborated with the LEGO Group to create official LEGO Minecraft sets.
Get it now GamerantIs reporting that an enterprising modder went by the username of AlexTestria has managed to create a resource pack for the game that changes the look of Minecraft’s blocks to LEGO pieces. Brickcraft hopes to transform Minecraft into a LEGO world. This is done by adding LEGO pieces and studs on top of the blocks. A TikTok video of the pack was recently uploaded to the Minecraft Subreddit, showing off the game’s new look.
Mojang offers resource packs, which allow users to alter the look and feel of Minecraft. Although Brickcraft is an unofficial LEGO product and the LEGO logo doesn’t actually appear in the pack, the references are strikingly obvious.
Interestingly, the first episode of Bits N’ Bricks, the official LEGO podcast, mentioned that a game also called Brickcraft was in development a few years ago, but never got off the ground. The collaboration was between Mojang Group and LEGO Group. Although a prototype was built for the game, it did not see the light of day. It is unknown if the Brickcraft resource package’s name is just a coincidence.
Download Minecraft for PC, PlayStation 4 Xbox One, PlayStation 5 Xbox Series X/S and Nintendo Switch. You can download the lowest-quality Brickcraft resource packs for free at creator’s original page, with a donation of around £1.67 / $2.27 / €2 being asked for higher quality versions.