Gamers are re-creating all of N.J. in Minecraft, down to every pothole and jug-handle

Since last spring, 20-year-old James Brodowski has spent hours designing and building the streets of his hometown, Cranford, on the popular video game Minecraft. He is among more than 1,100 players who have joined together to re-create the Garden State inside the game, every jug-handle and pothole between Cape May and Jersey City. “New Jersey feels very unique in terms of architecture and road layout. It’s pretty cool to see that represented in a video game… you can (build), for example, Route 22 and a jug-handle and you’ll immediately know that nowhere else has roads that look like that eve…

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