- Dec 17, 2013
Using the stories of Nobel Peace Prize laureates to give children the tools for building a better world.
Minecraft being one of the most influential and successful video games of all time is an unassailable truth, but Mojang Studios has long asserted that its timeless creative survival sandbox game is more than just a video game. Minecraft: Education Edition, for example, takes the foundations of the game everyone knows and loves and packages it as a legitimate educational tool, which empowers educators and parents to teach children about a variety of subjects in over 100 countries around the world.
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