Minecraft is much more than ‘Lego online’ – it’s a creative classroom tool
The Independent | David Crookes | 28 FEBRUARY 2015
Extract: Minecraft’s success is due to its flexibility. Anyone or any organisation can, with a bit of creativity and time spent coding, cultivate the game for a wide range of end results. Save the Children sought to build six new real-life clinics in Liberia; it set up an initiative called Clinic Craft, which created a virtual medical centre in the game, and challenged other players to better it, while gaining sponsorship for their efforts.