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Minecraft Magnets: Turn Your Fridge Into a Sandbox

by Paul Strauss
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Minecraft is officially the sleeper game hit of 2010. Heck it’s still in Alpha, has sold over 600,000 copies to date, and has nearly 2 million registered players. So what better way to show that you’re a Minecraft fanboy or girl but to bring its awkwardly rudimentary pixelated world to your kitchen with these Minecraft refrigerator magnets.

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Created by Etsy seller kongscut, the sampler set comes with 64 1-inch square magnets, each representing one of the primitive materials from the game. The set includes stone, sand, dirt, leaves, grass, water, and other environmental materials – including my favorite – lava. Of course, they include 18 of the stone ones, and just 1 of the lava ones. I want more hot molten magma! You’ll notice that the set is called “Set #1”, so presumably kongscut will be releasing more – perhaps some of the other block types.

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They’re definitely a cool geek gift, and well worth the $10 bucks for the set. Grab a set over at Etsy now.

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