In June every year, the world comes together to celebrate PRIDE month. A month where we celebrate our freedom to express ourselves, to love who we want to love, and most importantly, to celebrate you for who you are.
But PRIDE month is also a time to reflect and look at how we can continue to grow as a global community, to become a stronger voice for change. It doesn’t matter who you are, who you love, or how you identify, across the globe, there are people that face exclusion from family and friends for being themselves, the person they were born to be, for loving who they chose to love. In extreme cases, governments and communities still punish, torture, and kill people for loving another person. This will change. This will get better. But your voice and the voice of players across the world can help raise awareness of these issues.
We made this map to celebrate with you and to say it doesn’t matter if you identify as heterosexual, gay, or if you aren’t quite sure how you identify yourself yet (That’s completely okay btw!) from everyone at Podcrash happy PRIDE month, we hope you enjoy the map and take some time after a game or two to read about some charities and organizations offering help and advice below.
2 – Unlimited Players
Released: June 1st
Pride is something to celebrate, enjoy, and be proud of who you are!
Race for the Wool
A classic game of Race for the Wool with a twist, build a LGBTQ+ flag and collect all the wool before the other team!
Pride isn’t about showing off. It’s not about being different. It’s about being happy with who you are. About loving who you love.
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Cops and Robbers
Minecraft's most popular and longest-running series. Escape from the warden before time runs out. Play multiple maps, different gamemodes and most importantly, don't get caught.
Into the dungeons
Imagine a randomly generated dungeon crawler in Minecraft, full to the brim of deadly monsters who's only purpose is to make you suffer. OH it already exists you say?
You and 4 friends enter a haunted mansion, play with an ouija board and release terrifying spirits into the house. Take on the challenge of saving your friends and beating Carlthulu.