The blocky world-building and exploring game Minecraft set new standards for the gaming industry with its release in 2011. Developed by game programmer Markus Persson, the game has sold roughly 238 million copies, including Minecraft: Pocket Edition which has sold over 130 million copies, generating a revenue of over $3.1B within the first ten years of its release. Accumulating high praise from gamers and critics alike, Minecraft has become a benchmark for game developers creating products that can engage anyone from age 8 to 40.

Minecraft’s sandbox game environment gives players the maximum autonomy to explore and create a world of their own. It has over 140 million active players logging in from a wide range of platforms to get "trophies" upon successfully creating objects in their game world. With virtually no limits across the horizontal plane, players can enjoy Minecraft in five distinct game modes: Creative, Spectator, Survival, Adventure, and Hardcore. Each mode has its charm that keeps gamers entertained for hours.

Minecraft fans are also some of the most avid collectors of game collectables. To help them fulfil their quest for acquiring high-quality Minecraft collectables, Otakuninjahero presents a beautiful collection of items, paying tribute to the iconic characters and objects from the game.

The most highly-rated Minecraft collectables include the 3D icon lights of Zombie, Alex, Steve, and Creeper. Each 3D character light features all the blocky details players see and love in their original counterparts and is made of eco-friendly breakdown plastic to help protect our real world.

Otakuninjahero Minecraft collectables range includes the life-size Diamond Pickaxe and Diamond Sword made of cosplay foam to complete your next Minecraft costume. Players planning on joining Nerf battles now have the perfect companion to rule the field in the form of the Nerf Pillager's Crossbow, mimicking the look and dart power of the original Minecraft crossbow.

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