With its endless possibilities and hardcore fan base, Minecraft is the gift that keeps on giving. But what about actual gifts for the Minecraft fan? With our collection of themed presents, you can make the virtual a reality when you add a piece of the Minecraft world to their space. From piggy banks to alarm clocks, Minecraft birthday gifts or housewarming presents, you’ll find something to suit the gamer in your life; just don’t ask them to pause the game so they can unwrap it.
‘Block’buster Minecraft gifts for the gamer in your life.
Fill their inventory with real-life Minecraft loot. Whether they’re young or old, noob or pro, we’ve got some statement items that your Minecraft fan will love an ‘ocelot’. Our themed lamps will luminate the room as they painstakingly construct a fancy nether portal; our Minecraft mug will keep them hydrated as they battle with chicken jockeys; and our pixelated piggy bank will give them a place to hoard their minecoins until they can afford that sexy texture pack they’ve had their eye on.
Check out our full list of Minecraft gifts!
Minecraft TNT Light – £14.99
Minecraft Pickaxe Mug – £12.99
Minecraft Logo Light – £24.99
Minecraft Piggy Bank – £14.99
Minecraft Block Building Light – £39.99
Minecraft Alarm Clock – £24.99
Minecraft Creeper Light – £14.99
5 interesting Minecraft facts to get you in the zone.
If you’re here looking for Minecraft gifts for kids, chances are you don’t know why they spend all that time on the game, especially when its graphics are so crap, right? Well, there’s nothing like pretending you’re interested in someone’s hobbies to make their special day even more special. So, as a bonus, here are 5 interesting Minecraft facts that will serve as a conversation piece.
- Minecraft was nearly called Cave Game.
- In Sweden, Minecraft is a compulsory part of some schools’ curriculum.
- The first version of Minecraft was created in 6 days back in 2009.
- The sound that Ghasts make is a recording of the music producer’s sleeping cat.
- Microsoft purchased Minecraft for $2.5 billion in 2014.
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