A primary school in Cambridgeshire is using Minecraft in the classroom to teach pupils all about history.
According to the BBC, the children at Haslingfield School have been playing the popular computer game to design a Bronze Age city which has helped them to learn more about yesteryear.
The school has also been assisted by a group of experts from the University of Cambridge in order to design the city accurately.
The game, which ultimately allows players to build with a variety of different cubes in a 3D procedurally-generated world, has gained much success since it was first developed back in 2009.
Although the demo is free, it actually costs to pay and many more editions have been released since.
Earlier this year, the Nintendo Switch partnered up with the game to create Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition.