At first glance, Minecraft seems like a simplistic game with a basic concept, but to many people out there it acts as a platform for creativity and gives them the chance to build up their very own buildings in the vision that they design.
For other people, they like the exploration element of the randomly generated environment and the thrill of navigating vast tunnel works and mineshafts in search of treasure and precious minerals.
Over the years, Minecraft has grown bigger and better, adding new content like aquatic creatures and new crafting options up to things like new biomes and other environments like ‘The End’ and has kept people hooked on the game since its release in 2009.
Such a concept is easy for young people to play and gives many gamers a softer introduction to the ‘Survival’ game experience and as a result, has managed to sell over 176 million copies worldwide (Making it one of the best selling games ever made).
But, as with all digital games, moderation is key, and taking breaks from the screen is important too, so why not have a game of cards in the meantime to give your eyes a break?
But instead of playing with your standard boring deck, use this Minecraft themed deck of cards instead!
Using images of the in-game items, the card suits are Diamonds, Hearts, Spades and Swords and feature characters and ‘mobs’ from the game too, like Steve, Alex and an Enderman (To name but a few) so when you’re playing Rummy or any other card game for that matter, you can show your love for Minecraft too! (The cards even come in a handy protective tin that is shaped a grassy dirt block)