It’s fair to say there are some pretty talented people playing Minecraft in the world.
The popular sandbox game has endless possibilities for users who across the years have created everything you can think of in a fairly blocky way as part of the sandbox video game experience.
But this piece of Minecraft art is pretty special if you’re a Doctor Who fan, because this super-talented fan of both Minecraft and Doctor Who has painstakingly crafted the home planet of the Doctor, Gallifrey.
Sharing the fantastic creation on the Minecraft Reddit, user tucker-ed-out uploaded 18 images of this version of Galiffrey, accompanied by a few notes which explain just how detailed the digital version of the planet is.
“Gallifrey has a fully explorable interior which has every single location from the show! There are regenerating Timelords, Daleks, Cybermen, Chancellery Guards, and more!
“My personal favorite bits are definitely the Cloisters and the Weeping Angels. There’s so much that I can’t put it all here.”
It doesn’t appear that the Gallifrey experience is downloadable right now, but the creator does mention that people can visit.
Users on Reddit have reacted to the creation as you might expect, with a great deal of excitement and respect for the hard work that has gone into making it.
“Wow this is amazing work!!” said one user of the sub-Reddit.
“This is awesome!” said another.
You can see more images from the Gallifrey Minecraft experience on Reddit.
With nearly a year to wait until the next episodes of Doctor Who are due to air on TV, fans will be looking for lots of ways to entertain themselves with DoctorWho-themedd fun in the coming months, so perhaps we could look forward to seeing more brilliant creations like this one appearing inthe universee.
The Doctor Who 60th anniversary specials starring David Tennant as the Fourteenth Doctor will be screened on the BBC i the UK and Disney+ across the globe in November 2023, with Ncuti Gatwa and Millie Gibson’s first full season, season 14 of Doctor, due to air its first episode over the festive period of 2023 with the rest of the season expected in 2024.