By David Ponce
Both Lego and Minecraft are held in high esteem in the minds of geeks worldwide. Both are in the business of building blocky worlds, one with plastic cubes and the other with digital ones. And a while ago it was announced that the two companies would be partnering to turn some of the Minecraft world into actual, tangible Lego pieces. Well today brings pictures of what that kit will look like, and it’s just as blocky as you’d imagine. You get 480 pieces that “include four LEGO Minecraft modules, hidden resources, extra pieces for wood, dirt, and stone, two “Micro Mobs;” Steve and a creeper.” Currently on pre-order at J!NX for $35, the LEGO® Minecraft™ Micro World kit will be available this summer.
Hit the jump for a couple more pictures and links.