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Over the past few months, Aren Zouain has spent countless hours designing and erecting Australian buildings. But Mr Zouain isn't an architect or construction worker. He's one of 1, Australians who have teamed up to take part in an ambitious plan to create an exact replica of the Earth in the popular video game Minecraft. The game, which was first popular with school-aged kids but appeals to all ages, lets players build terrain, objects and structures out of Lego-like blocks in cartoonish, three-dimensional graphics. Constructing a virtual version of a building in Minecraft can take teams of builders dozens of hours. Mr Zouain's magnum opus is the Sydney Opera House, which took him and others around 60 hours to complete.
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Is this, like, a normal angle? Is this good? Can you hear me? And with that, Bridgers embarked upon what has become practically a rite of passage for musicians living through the global coronavirus pandemic: the shaky first livestream. Since the concert industry shut down in mid-March, the livestream has become ubiquitous. Diplo performed from his dimly lit living room floor. John Legend took requests on Instagram Live in his bathrobe. Keith Urban played in his warehouse with his wife, Nicole Kidman, dancing in and out of the frame. After a few weeks of streams with rudimentary production values, they got more ambitious, and some were embellished with better lighting and multiple camera angles.
The soundtrack of the Mojang video game Minecraft was primarily composed by German musician Daniel Rosenfeld, better known as C The game's soundtrack is mostly instrumental ambient music. It has been praised by critics;  in , the video game blog Kotaku chose the soundtrack as one of the best video game soundtracks of that year. Both albums include music featured in the game, as well as other music included in trailers, and instrumentals that were not included in the game's final release. In a panel at MineCon in , Rosenfeld stated that he has had a long-term interest in video games, and was involved with several video game communities. Both were impressed by each other's work, and eventually Persson chose to pair Rosenfeld's music with his game. The soundtrack's minimalistic and melancholic composition has been praised by critics.