Jurassic Park Recreated In Minecraft

By David Wharton | Published

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Minecraft is one of those things where the appeal of it just doesn’t click with me. I get it to some degree — it’s basically digital Legos with lots and lots and lots of blocks — but the sheer devotion and effort some put into the game still drops my jaw. We’ve seen people making Minecraft versions of famous science fiction ships from Star Trek, Babylon 5, HALO, you name it. Hell, there was even one guy who recreated the Battle of Hoth from The Empire Strikes Back. The latest bit of inexplicable Minecraft devotion can be seen above: a tour of a digital Jurassic Park.

The Minecraft park is the creation of YouTuber Josh Colin, who says it took him four months to complete. Not knowing much about Minecraft, I’m going to assume the process involved digital rock quarries, imported Oompa-Loompa slave labor, and spackle. Nature finds a way…