The game, which has already been ported to iOS and Android, has been a big hit in Australia.
It was released in 2014, and has already had a big impact on the country’s culture, with popular cartoons such as Big Bang Theory, The Simpsons and The Simpsons: Bart vs the Space Mutants making a return to television.
But the game’s popularity has been dampened by a lack of interest from publishers, who are reluctant to commit millions of dollars to an ambitious game that is often developed in isolation.
This is because there are so many other projects in the pipeline.
The Australian Government has put a $5 million grant into the project, which was first announced in March, with plans to start shipping the game to Australian schools by July.
The Government’s Australian Strategic Investments Agency (ASCIA) said in a statement that the funding would be used to develop a Minecraft-branded educational game for schools and colleges.
The announcement comes days after the Government announced the launch of the $2 million Minecraft Digital Arts program.
The program aims to develop digital works for students, and is the first such initiative of its kind in the country.