This Minecraft build puts you in a stunning H.R. Giger theme park

I've been on a bit of a Minecraft build download frenzy this past week, downloading as many aquatic deep-sea worlds, impressive historical castles, and bafflingly detailed cities as my computer save space can handle. One world that I was not expecting to find was Everbloom Games' A Tribute to H.R Giger, a Minecraft build that recreates the dark, biomechanical art of H.R Giger. 

Everbloom Games is made up of professional Minecraft builders and A Tribute to H.R Giger is just one of the team's many works. One of their projects, Echoes from the Deep, is an intricate underwater empire complete with sea monsters and alien plant life. Another one, Symbiosis, is an epic battle on a monumental scale frozen in time. The scope of these builds is mind-bending and each one acts as an impressive testament to the team's work, although A Tribute to H.R Giger is definitely their darkest build.

The best Minecraft seeds and builds capture a sense of openness and playfulness, but this Giger-inspired map does quite the opposite. Its huge cavernous hallways capture Giger's dark and oppressive work. There are exoskeleton horrors embedded in the walls and a giant industrial human face looms down from the top of the structure. It's completely different from the fantastical fairytale worlds and tropical islands I've had the pleasure of exploring.

A Tribute to H.R Giger and the team's other Minecraft builds are free to download on Everbloom Games' website. If you're up for more Gigerness, check out Scorn's extremely moist trailer that was featured in Microsoft's Inside Xbox livestream. 

Here are some highlights from the A Tribute to H.R Giger trailer:


Minecraft seeds: Fresh new worlds
Minecraft texture packs: Pixelated
Minecraft skins: New looks
Minecraft mods:  Beyond vanilla

(Image credit: Everbloom Games)

(Image credit: Everbloom Games)

(Image credit: Everbloom Games)
Rachel Watts

Rachel had been bouncing around different gaming websites as a freelancer and staff writer for three years before settling at PC Gamer back in 2019. She mainly writes reviews, previews, and features, but on rare occasions will switch it up with news and guides. When she's not taking hundreds of screenshots of the latest indie darling, you can find her nurturing her parsnip empire in Stardew Valley and planning an axolotl uprising in Minecraft. She loves 'stop and smell the roses' games—her proudest gaming moment being the one time she kept her virtual potted plants alive for over a year.