IMFTO Minecraft World

    Follow the TTC lines to redesign Toronto.

    In partnership with Microsoft Minecraft, It’s My Future Toronto [IMFTO] asked Shannen Guntoro of OCAD U to built a world for youth ages 8-18 to redesign along the Toronto Transit Commission subway and street car lines.


    The IMFTO World will sleep at 11:00pm and wake up at 9:00am each day.

    Image of a red brick house built with Minecraft blocks, green grass, blue sky, and sheep wandering about. The words in the sky say IMFTO Minecraft World January 15, 2021.

    IMFTO Minecraft
    World Join Code

    Join Codes will be refreshed at 9:00am each day. 

    Today’s Join Code is Steve, cake, sign. Last day!!
    JC for Feb 15 09:00am

    Image contains a view of the IMFTO Minecraft world with a red rail road track, green grass, talk white buildings spiralling into the blue sky, and the back view of a character with a black hair, green shirt, and brown pants.

    What to do

    1. Download Microsoft’s Minecraft Education Edition https://education.minecraft.net/get-started There is a free trial version, but you are required to have a Minecraft Educational Account from your school.
    2. If you cannot get or do not have a Minecraft Educational Account, email bydi@ocadu.ca. Microsoft has donated free Minecraft Educational licenses for up to 100 youth ages 8 to 12 years old. First come. First served.
    3. Enter the Share Code for the IMFTO World.
    4. Login to the itsmyfuture.to website and upload a video of your game play to share your ideas of how the city should be designed with others.

    The word Minecraft in all caps blocks.
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