A good Minecraft map can take your anywhere you want. Sometimes it’s to the world at Bikini Bottom with Spongebob Squarepants, other times it’s to the world at Breath of Wild thanks to some mods. Instead, today’s map will take you on a journey through the history.
We all know history is not for everyone. It’s boring and there aren’t enough dragons to keep most of us busy. But that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be celebrated. The Peace Builders map is designed to help you follow four Nobel Peace Prize Laureates on their journey to make the world better.
Even if you only watch the trailer, there’s much to learn. You might not be aware of little details like the name of the prize after Alfred Nobel, the man who invented dynamite. The map includes Jody Williams, who fought against mining; Desmond Tutu who helped end apartheid South Africa; and Carl Von Ossietzky who helped uncover the horrors committed by the Nazis.
This map is not the standard Minecraft map. However, it’s worth your time if it gives you a better understanding of the history of people who helped the world and not just those who hurt it. It’s nice to learn while playing a game. This is what Minecraft: Education Edition is all for.
After you have learned everything about the Peace Prize, why don’t you take a look at some cool Minecraft homes while your brain processes all of it? Before you can help plant mangrove trees in the Mangrove Restoration Project, you could also learn how to grow them. All of us could help make our virtual worlds better.