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Minecraft players on Windows 10, mobile, and consoles can now dress up as the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers.

The Mighty Morphing Power Rangers Skin Pack is available today and includes the six original rangers, plus a number of villains, including Rita Repulsa, Goldar, Lord Zedd, and Scorpina.

“As a teen I remember getting out of school, grabbing a snack and settling into the cartoon line-up,” Mike Fielder, one of the artists who worked on the skin pack, said. “Part of that routine was watching Power Rangers. When I found out we would be working on a Minecraft version of some of the character line-up I was pretty excited and even more so when I found out Bulk and Skull would be included since they were my favourite characters. I had a blast creating Minecraft versions of these characters. I hope everyone who uses these skins has as much fun playing them as I did creating them.”

Yesterday, Mojang revealed a new Mini Game that is coming to Minecraft on consoles today called Glide.

“Strap on a pair of elytra and hone your swooping skills on an exhilarating aerial track – the first in a series of free tracks to be released,” the developer explains. “Beat the clock in the Time Attack mode, using thermal drafts and speed boosters to your advantage, or go for points in Score Attack by hitting all the hoops. Careful study may reveal sneaky shortcuts to refine your runs, so keep your eyes peeled!”

Today’s update also boosts the maximum number of players allowed in Glide and Battle modes to 16 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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The Power Rangers come to Minecraft

It's morphin' time in Minecraft thanks to a brand new skin pack.

By Matthew Bennett | 03/28/2017 07:43 AM PT

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Minecraft players on Windows 10, mobile, and consoles can now dress up as the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers.

The Mighty Morphing Power Rangers Skin Pack is available today and includes the six original rangers, plus a number of villains, including Rita Repulsa, Goldar, Lord Zedd, and Scorpina.

“As a teen I remember getting out of school, grabbing a snack and settling into the cartoon line-up,” Mike Fielder, one of the artists who worked on the skin pack, said. “Part of that routine was watching Power Rangers. When I found out we would be working on a Minecraft version of some of the character line-up I was pretty excited and even more so when I found out Bulk and Skull would be included since they were my favourite characters. I had a blast creating Minecraft versions of these characters. I hope everyone who uses these skins has as much fun playing them as I did creating them.”

Yesterday, Mojang revealed a new Mini Game that is coming to Minecraft on consoles today called Glide.

“Strap on a pair of elytra and hone your swooping skills on an exhilarating aerial track – the first in a series of free tracks to be released,” the developer explains. “Beat the clock in the Time Attack mode, using thermal drafts and speed boosters to your advantage, or go for points in Score Attack by hitting all the hoops. Careful study may reveal sneaky shortcuts to refine your runs, so keep your eyes peeled!”

Today’s update also boosts the maximum number of players allowed in Glide and Battle modes to 16 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Source: Minecraft

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89