Now, anyone can become a madman with a box, at least within the confines of Minecraft, thanks to a new map created by a fellow player that brings the Tardis to life.

The Tardis, submitted by Reddit user ShaneH7646, has all the same features as its Doctor Who counterpart, including the most important thing: it's bigger on the inside.

ShaneH7646 created a video to display the project, which peeks inside the blue box to show off all its details, including the eighth Doctor's console room. Players can run around the box on the outside, and then wander around the interior, which has lots of extra space and rooms for exploration.

He also created a video showing off the Tardis with some visual effects by using a green screen and a Minecraft replay mod.

For those who are fans of other Doctors, this Tardis can represent the seventh Doctor through the 12th, including the War Doctor. Players can download the Tardis here.

ShaneH7646 is no stranger to Doctor Who creations in Minecraft: he also created a Dalek — one of the Doctor's archenemies — within the game. Exterminate!

Two years ago, the BBC, which owns the rights to Doctor Who, worked out a deal with Microsoft to bring the series to Minecraft. The Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition gave players access to multiple Doctor Who avatars, including Doctors, companions and villains fans know and love from the classic and new series.

"We're constantly looking for new and innovative ways to bring Doctor Who content to our loyal fans. Working collaboratively with Microsoft, we've created an exciting new product which will allow Doctor Who fans to create their own brand new adventures in the heart of the iconic world of Minecraft," Rikesh Desai, Digital Entertainment and Games Director at BBC Worldwide UK, said in a press release.

Minecraft is a sandbox adventure game that lets players use blocks to build structures, but it also allows players to wander through its various worlds and even do battle against others. Players can collect resources and craft various items within the confines of the game, too, meaning that Minecraft basically becomes what the player makes of it.

Minecraft is now so popular that it remains an important part of popular culture as one of the most discussed topics on social media.

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