German Minecraft User Creates Interactive In-Game iPhone

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

Minecraft iPhone

Part of the popularity of the hit indie game Minecraft is the ability for its users to create an endless possibility of worlds and objects using the in-game 3D textured blocks, giving players complete freedom to create some impressive content. One German player showed off the extent of this freedom by painstakingly recreating an interactive iPhone.

In a 13-minute video, the creator shows off the impressive functionality of the device, including the infamous Slide to Unlock feature and popular apps such as YouTube, weather, photos, and a calendar. No iPhone is complete without a set of games as well, so on the phone users will find slots, blackjack and even Minecraft itself.

Even if you are not a Minecraft fan, you’ll probably still find the video quite impressive. The video demonstration is in German, but it should be fairly easy to follow with only basic skills in the language.

 

Sources: YouTube, TUAW

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