We’ve seen some virtual tours of the planet over the past few years.
In the video below, you’ll be able to tour the Moon, Mars, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, Pluto, and Neptune-like planets, but there’s a catch: you’re going to have to download and run the game.
That’s because the app requires you to download a “special” version of Minecraft to run on your device.
It’s not the full game, and you won’t be able download it.
Instead, it’s a collection of mini-games and puzzles that are intended to teach you about the solar system and the planets, the Moon and the Sun.
While it’s not a complete game, you can play with friends, and there’s an option to stream Minecraft videos from your TV or computer.
The game is a “mobile first” experience, and it’s designed to work best with tablets and smartphones.
The best way to play is by connecting your phone to your TV using HDMI.
You’ll be greeted with a menu that shows you a selection of different games and other options.
Then, tap the “Play” button, which will launch the app.
Once you’ve loaded it, you’re ready to go.
If you don’t have a phone or TV, you should be able just by turning on your TV and using a game like Minecraft.
The app is currently available on iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux, and the game will come to the web soon, though it may take a few weeks to roll out to other platforms.