BSR Minecraft is a cultural gaming project with an ambition to create a virtual model of the entire Baltic Sea Region (BSR) using Minecraft. By using Minecraft and engaging youth participation, this project aims at innovating learning, ensuring co-creation and connecting the region. Click here to read more about our vision.
Minecraft is a computer game created in 2009 by the Swedish company Mojang. Today, more than 100 million people use Minecraft worldwide, and in the Baltic Sea Region alone more than 5 million people in the ages 5-30 use Minecraft. The game is commonly known as “the digital gaming version of Lego”. In Minecraft it is possible to create and recreate whatever you want. The Minecraft world consists of blocks with which you can create and destroy houses, cities and landscapes. Only your imagination is the limit.
Cultural Gaming can be defined as a way to use game-based learning and interaction to support cultural objectives such as inclusion and sustainable development. BSR Minecraft Cultural Gaming is an innovative and interactive tool for modelling smart and sustainable regions.
If you are interested in volunteering as a Minecraft server manager click here to read more.
If you are interested in being a part of our an institutional network click here to read more.