Minecraft version of Peter Blake's Toy Shop

Toy Shop

Adam Clarke

tate.org.uk

Suitable for: 6 to 12

Toy Shop was created by Adam Clarke as part of the Tate Worlds project.

Explore a magical world inspired by Peter Blake’s artwork The Toy Shop, with help from Stampylongnose! In this Tate Worlds adventure, players drink a shrinking potion before being transported inside the shop window. On finding themselves toy sized, they are free to explore the many nooks and crannies stuffed full of objects from Peter Blake’s collection. Meeting exciting characters along the way, players dress as superheroes and fire arrows at targets, but they must be careful not to get caught by any of the scarier toys. Using a grappling hook to scale the shelves, they search for objects, complete challenges and collect the activity badges needed to complete the game.

Adam Clarke uses Minecraft, games, traditional art and technology to inspire and entertain, working globally with institutions, museums, schools and companies. He produces an online YouTube Channel “Everyday Minecraft”

He is also Wizard Keen in Wonderquest a children’s educational Minecraft show, alongside YouTube star, Stampy.
He has talked across the globe on the uses of Minecraft within learning, environment, health, social welfare, citizenship, tourism, culture, heritage and the arts. He is the creative driving force behind numerous groundbreaking Minecraft projects.

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