Famous paintings turned into Minecraft worlds

  • 29 January 2015
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Martin went to speak to one of the Minecraft experts

A famous art gallery has teamed up with Minecraft experts to create 3D worlds inspired by paintings.

The special maps, called Tate Worlds, are based on real-life pictures and sculptures on display at the Tate gallery.

Each world is different, and has many challenges and activities based on the theme of the artwork.

Paintings such as Soul of the Soulless City by Christopher Nevinson have been turned into a playable world.

It shows 1920s New York, with towering skyscrapers and a rollercoaster train ride.

Martin went to chat to one of the Minecraft experts who helped to build the special maps to find out more.

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