A Minecraft world world record has been achieved by the creators of Minecraft, who set the record for the largest amount of chunks on the planet.
Minecraft creator Markus Persson says he set the new record for Minecraft’s biggest chunk by adding about 1.6 billion Minecraft chunks.
The record is set by the game’s creator, Markus Persman, who is now a professor at the University of Nottingham.
In a YouTube video, Persson, who has a Minecraft skill, explains that the chunk is the largest piece of the world, and he set this record by adding 1.5 billion chunks to the world.
Minecraft is a Minecraft mod that lets players build their own worlds, using only the game engine itself.
Persson describes the game as “a game about building things” and he has said Minecraft is the “first Minecraft game I ever built”.
In the video, he says that it took him nearly 30 years to make the record, and says that he has “done everything possible to make it the most accurate and stable thing I’ve ever built”, with the latest version of Minecraft v1.6.0.
Minecraft has become a popular mod for the game, with many players using it to create their own games.
It also has an international community of millions of users, including celebrities, journalists and game makers.
A Minecraft world title is an achievement awarded by the Minecraft developers for creating a world in the game.
It is awarded for a number of factors, such as the number of blocks a player can build in a given area, how many times the player has built an object in that area and how many items they have in their inventory.
Minecraft’s creator Markus Csillager is also a professor, having taught at the university since 2005.
Minecraft is currently available in the Windows, Mac, Linux and Android versions.