Designs that consist entirely of your name written in 100-foot high letters of stone will probably be rejected.
By Tim Colwill on April 29, 2014 at 10:19 am
A 60-hectare block of land on the Sunshine Coast is about to play host to the real-life version of somebody’s Minecraft creations, as part of a competition being held by “THE-CORE”, a new “smart city initiative”.
What used to be a golf course in Maroochydore, the new area will feature a regional library, an arts and entertainment centre, a transit plaza and a public amphitheatre — all designed in Minecraft. You can hit up the official site for the competition here and learn more about the prizes, as well as get details on how to enter. It closes on May 31 though, so hurry.
Source: Kotaku AU