Minecraft is one of the world’s most successful games. Skills Miner uncovers engineering skills through gameplay and exploration.
Discover Your Inner Engineer.
At Enginuity, we have harnessed Minecraft’s popularity to bring engineering to life in a fun and innovative way.
Our award-winning Skills Miner games and lessons enable players to immerse themselves in engineering: tackling challenges; solving problems, and gaining real insight into what it takes to become an engineer.
Our unique games and lessons merge the fun of gaming with the skills of engineering.
Please note our Skills Miner games are built in the education edition of Minecraft; they’re not hosted on Java and don’t collect data.
Skills Miner Home Energy
Developed for COP 26 – Skills Miner Home Energy encourages the development of green engineering skills through a familiar, domestic world which poses power and energy challenges.
Our game is aimed at 12 to 14 year olds. Players are tasked with upgrading a house in order to increase its sustainability rating, while meeting a budget.
Throughout the game they will discover the pros and cons of the decisions they make while learning about sustainability and climate change.
As Seen in the Media!
Award Winning Learning Platform
Free To Play In Schools
Free to play in schools and at home on Minecraft Education Edition.
Skills Miner Aerospace
Skills Miner Aerospace games & lessons are ready!
Our brand new games are designed with aerospace engineers, STEM educators and Minecraft experts we invite you to become our apprentice in these Minecraft lessons:
- Game & Lesson 1: Constructing an Aircraft
- Game & Lesson 2: Coding the Flight Deck
- Game & Lesson 3: Making Sustainable Fuels
- Game & Lesson 4: Creating Future Aircraft
With Support From Aerospace Employers and Organisations
"I liked the game because in my future career I'd like to be an astronaut. It's really nice to be learning engineering in a game that I can play and have fun at the same time."
What is Minecraft?
Minecraft is the world’s most played game. It is accessible, packed with educational features and provides endless opportunity for collaboration.
It enhances creativity and develops problem-solving skills in a safe and secure environment.
"I didn’t know it took so many people to build a plane!"
Student, Year 8