Stretch your imagination with this highly illustrated guide to one of the world's most popular games. What would you build?
Kirsten Kearney (Author) Kirsten Kearney has been a games journalist for a decade. She began her career as a researcher and producer in broadcasting at the BBC. She is the author of an eBook for Gameleon on freelance games journalism and was section editor for Guinness World Records: Gamers Edition for two years. Kirsten owns and runs the games media website www.ready-up.net, which has been nominated for a Games Media award four years running. Having written a variety of in-depth pieces on various game genres and specific series and franchises over the last 10 years, Kirsten has a particular interest in Minecraft. She has given radio interviews on the subject and runs a children's Minecraft server whose world is impressive enough to have had a fly-through of it screened in a cinema. Yazur Strovoz (Author) Yazur Strovoz is Canadian and lives in Montreal. Yazur has loved drawing and building cities ever since he was a kid. He started building LEGO cities at the age of six and pursued this for four years, until his friend introduced him to Minecraft. His greatest achievement to date is Lapiz City Point, one of the most realistic and detailed cities on Minecraft. The city boasts 1,000 realistic buildings, a tramway train system, a subway train system and functional roads.