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Minecraft Weekly Wrap Up – June 26th
Minecraft Weekly Wrap Up – June 26th

Another week means tons of action in the world of Minecraft, including new DLC, a new build challenge, and plenty more.

Minecraft has had a massive 2021, and things are only getting better as it goes!

Here’s all the latest happenings in the world of Minecraft this week.

Sonic The Hedgehog DLC Celebrates 30 Year Anniversary of Series

The most recent Minecraft DLC came at the perfect time – celebrating a historic anniversary in gaming history.

This DLC was a Sonic the Hedgehog pack. It includes a ton of new content like skins, builds, and even a recreation of Sonic race tracks and gameplay!

Read over everything you need to know about the Minecraft Sonic DLC pack here, and pick it up on the Minecraft Marketplace.

Minecraft Player Creates a Target Block That Shoots Back

Minecraft is open to innovation more than any video game before it. And there’s a never ending supply of awesome, impressive, and hilarious builds to this day.

A new Minecraft build has brought to life a hilarious concept, a target block that shoots players back. Even better, it does it with the very same arrow.

The machine is elaborate, created by Reddit user _T2_.

You can see how it works here, with a chain of machines pushing blocks around for the big shot.

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Mojang Kicks Off a Caves and Cliffs Part 1 Build Challenge

Minecraft Caves and Cliffs Part 1 has brought a ton of new content to the game, and that gives players plenty of new tools to work with.

With this in mind, Mojang have kicked off a Caves and Cliffs Part 1 build challenge that could carry on to more posts over the coming weeks!

Players can get to work on some impressive builds with the hopes to get on Mojang’s Caves and Cliffs Part 1 build challenge, and enter them in by Tweeting it out with #FeatureMeMinecraft for a chance to be featured at Minecraft.net.

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