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Posted: Jan 20th 2012 11:46AM lyons said

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up to 999? the yogscast got 2622 people on a single server at the same time.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxV5CdNOdq4

Posted: Jan 20th 2012 11:49AM (Unverified) said

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The power of the sandbox strikes again! This time in educative gaming, not a bad place to hit. Really though, this is a great example of using video games educationally. Let alone its a player run/made project. Bravo!

Posted: Jan 20th 2012 11:59AM Azzura said

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Thats ME! The Pink hair and black and white shirt!!!!!

Posted: Jan 20th 2012 12:12PM Azzura said

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Kids have a blast and really come out of their shells. Learn how to get along, solve disputes, teamwork, learn how to navigate forums, post videos and images, unleash their creativeness and just plain have fun.

Posted: Jan 20th 2012 2:14PM Space Cobra said

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Well, I was going to ask about that one "MegaBlox" or Lego clone MMO (whose name I can't remember...Kinectblox? I know they have game cards in some stores...) and that was in reference to the article in regards to the cancellation of Lego Universe regarding a Mother searching for a new MMO for her autistic son.

I guess this wouldn't be too bad.

Internet: Please pass this along to all concerned parties and children. (Or post on the Lego Universe forums...if they are still around?).

Posted: Jan 20th 2012 7:37PM Cyroselle said

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@Space Cobra I heard about that.

I could really see games like Minecraft and Lego Universe being fantastic for the autistic kids!
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Posted: Jan 20th 2012 3:30PM Aganazer said

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They aren't the only ones using Minecraft for education. Check out:

http://minecraftedu.com/

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