GamesBeat Resident Evil’s iconic mansion re-created in Minecraft February 4, 2013 7:00 AM Mike Minotti 0 We all love ogling at inventive Minecraft creations, but it’s especially cool to see something from another game brought into the popular world of blocks and building. That’s why we’re so impressed with this re-creation of the Spencer mansion from the original Resident Evil, the famous survival-horror pioneer for the original PlayStation. Moltenpanther, who originally shared his creation on Reddit, went to ridiculous lengths to build the interiors and exteriors of the mansion, courtyard, and residence building. Check out just how frighteningly detailed his creation is in the gallery below. We also included some comparison shots from the actual game. An aerial view of the mansion. How the front of the mansion looked in DLC for Resident Evil 5. And now re-created in Minecraft. The map of the mansion from the GameCube version of Resident Evil. Pretty similar! Another angle The roof. The back of the building. So many angles! What a lovely home! Another shot of the front of the house. Here’s how the main hall looked in the GameCube version of Resident Evil. The Minecraft version of the main hall. How the dining room looked in the GameCube version. The Minecraft version of the dining room. A hallway. Watch out for dogs! Nothing could go wrong in this room. Be sure to save! Spooky stairs. The apothecary. The indoor garden. The library. The map of the courtyard from the actual game. An aerial view of the Minecraft version of the courtyard. Pretty. Walking to the courtyard. More of the courtyard. What a pleasant place for a stroll The empty pool. A pretty waterfall! The map of the residence building from the actual game. An aerial view of the Minecraft version of the residence building. Another save room. The rec room. The lab. The Minecraft version of the aqua ring. Here’s what the aqua ring looked like on the GameCube. Don't let cyber attacks kill your game! Join GamesBeat's Dean Takahashi for a free webinar on April 18 that will explore the DDoS risks facing the game industry. Sign up here.