Minecraft Player recreates the classic Windows XP Bliss wallpaper

An incredibly creative Minecraft player uses in-game tools to recreate the default Windows XP computer wallpaper, Bliss.

Minecraft has built a global following and touched the lives of millions of people worldwide. Mojang’s famous sandbox title is the highest-grossing game of all time and also made the list of best-selling games of 2022. Minecraft Beat the likes Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, fifa 22and Animal Crossing: New Horizonsamong many other games.

There are many reasons for that MinecraftIt’s an incredible and ongoing success, including regular updates with high-quality content, extensive customization options, rewarding gameplay, and one of the largest maps in open-world games. Besides these, Minecraft gives its players almost unlimited creative scope, who can design almost anything according to their imagination. Armed with these sophisticated tools, a Minecraft player created a famous in-game Windows wallpaper.


RELATED: Minecraft fan makes incredibly detailed desert house

Reddit user Setryyk uploaded an image to the social media platform showing his Minecraft Creation. The photo shows a redesigned version of the recognizable Bliss background from the Windows XP operating system. The original Bliss wallpaper is an image of a green hill and a blue sky with a few clouds. Setryyk’s version also features a green hill and a moderately cloudy sky MinecraftThe distinctive block-based look of is clearly visible. The post quickly caught the attention of the Minecraft Community on Reddit who showed their love and appreciation by upvoting more than 12,000.

Setryyk’s post also received hundreds of positive comments from people praising her work and thanking her for invoking a sense of nostalgia. Other users were curious about the method of creating the Bliss background and asked for a tutorial. The original poster thanked everyone in the comments, revealing it took them almost two hours to recreate the memorable wallpaper Minecraft. The user also shared a link to a tutorial video describing how to create the Bliss wallpaper using the game’s tools.

Although most people have seen the recognizable Windows XP wallpaper at some point in their lives, not many are aware of its backstory. A former National Geographic photographer named Charles O’Rear took the photo in California’s wine country in 1996. Microsoft soon acquired the rights to the image and used it as the default wallpaper for the Windows XP operating system. By some estimates, the Bliss picture was the most viewed photo at a time.

Minecraft Fans have been known to bring iconic locations and characters from other games and franchises into the sandbox world of Minecraft. Players have designed huge megastructures in Minecraftlike a huge ocean mansion and the aurora ship from the popular survival game subnautica.

Minecraft is now available on Mobile, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

MORE: Minecraft: How hunger works

https://gamerant.com/minecraft-player-recreates-classic-windows-xp-bliss-wallpaper/ Minecraft Player recreates the classic Windows XP Bliss wallpaper


TaraSubramaniam is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: tarasubramaniam@interreviewed.com.

Related Articles

Back to top button