A vending machine in the UK has become a game changer for the world of gaming.
It’s a virtual reality vending machine for Minecraft, a virtual world that lets you explore, interact and play.
The machine uses a Minecraft avatar that is connected to the internet and can be controlled by anyone using an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive headset.
Minecraft, which is set to launch in November, is a world-first game that allows players to craft items from their virtual world using blocks.
“Minecraft is the most popular game on Xbox One and Xbox 360,” said the vending machine’s creator, aquafine.
“Minecraft is something that people want to see on the TV, on the Xbox, in their hands, on their TV screen.”
Aquafine, who works for the company’s marketing and advertising agency, said the machine had already attracted more than 100,000 orders.
It has been downloaded nearly 3 million times, he said.
“If you look at Minecraft’s history, the first time people played it was in 2005, and then in 2010 we sold 10 million copies.
It’s been growing for 20 years,” he said, referring to Minecraft.”
It’s become a household name.”
The vending machine was created by Aquafine as part of his creative marketing campaign.
He used it as part, alongside the Skybox, to create a gaming-themed vending machine.
The vending machines has also seen the company become an influencer, he added.
“We get a lot of people coming into our office from other companies.
It gives us a lot more exposure.”
While the machines have received lots of support from other businesses, Aquafina said it would take time for it to be mainstream.
“People like Minecraft, they like seeing the products that they have purchased and the brands that they are wearing, so it’s not that they will stop playing Minecraft,” he explained.
“The market for this type of product is not in a big way right now.”