In an effort to help kids learn while at home during school closures, Microsoft and Mojang have released a dozen new worlds to explore for free.
In these new worlds, kids can explore the International Space Station, the human eye and Washington, D.C. monuments.
The worlds come from the education edition of Minecraft, which schools often use in their classrooms, and from the creator community, which adds Fun with Fractals to the mix, as well as logic puzzles, a Greek mythology world in which you can climb Mount Olympus, delve into the Underworld, or explore the docks, while roleplaying as your favorite Greek deity.
Other worlds let you roleplay as a beekeeping farmer, a marine biologist in an underwater world, or by building your own city.
You can access the 12 new worlds by launching Minecraft and visiting the in-game store. You can also preview them beforehand here.
These worlds are free to download through June 30, 2020.
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