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    posted a message on [Video]Minecraft on Raspberry Pi
    Quote from Des_Tiny

    Hi guys, I'm the one who made the video. I'll try to drop by every now and again to answer your questions.



    I was running at a fairly solid 40fps on a Raspberry Pi with 256MB RAM and no overclocking.

    Where can i get the port for it or are you still developing it. Also can you feature my video please instead of the others. Thanks D:
    Posted in: Minecraft: Pi Edition
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    posted a message on Minecon 2011 Cape
    Who has the Minecon 2011 cape and if so what is your MC Username?
    I'm just wondering.
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on Minecon 2012 Building Competition
    This building was for a competition with Multiplay.
    Posted in: Other Videos
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    posted a message on So what is the Raspberry Pi?
    IT won't be though it's a stripped down version of MCPE.
    Posted in: Minecraft: Pi Edition
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    posted a message on [Video]Minecraft on Raspberry Pi
    Considering the video it might get 60FPS, Not sure though.
    Posted in: Minecraft: Pi Edition
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    posted a message on [Video]Minecraft on Raspberry Pi
    Sorry for double post but can someone pin this so people know what it looks like :D
    Posted in: Minecraft: Pi Edition
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    posted a message on [Video]Minecraft on Raspberry Pi
    Raspberry Pi uploaded this video on what Minecraft is going to look like on the new Pi:
    Posted in: Minecraft: Pi Edition
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    posted a message on Raspberry Pi Minecraft
    If you want to know more about the release of Minecraft on the PI go here:
    http://www.mojang.co...e-raspberry-pi/

    Edit: Minecraft for Pi is going to be free.
    Posted in: Minecraft: Pi Edition
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    posted a message on So what is the Raspberry Pi?
    The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming.
    So where abouts is Minecraft for the PI?

    All info was shared on the Mojang website. The said this:

    Have you ever thought about learning to program? Where would you begin? How much would it cost? What would you need to get things moving?
    The Raspberry Pi is a credit card-sized computer that’s a great starting point. It’s cheap, capable, and approachable for newbie programmers. It’s also extremely fun to play around with, no matter your experience with code. Plug it into a TV or monitor, attach a keyboard, and begin.
    Soon you’ll be able to play and program with Minecraft on one of the snazzy little devices. Aron and Daniel have dedicated time to porting a version of Minecraft: Pocket Edition that comes with a revised feature set and support for multiple programming languages. We’re calling it Minecraft: Pi Edition, and it will be completely free to download.
    The possibilities are massive. You could organise the cheapest LAN party of all time, or use the Pi to learn the fundamentals of programming on a miniscule budget. It’s like hacking your way into Minecraft and modifying the game world with code, a bit like being Notch, Jeb, or Nathan, but arguably more fun and less stressful.



    You can start by building structures in the traditional Minecraft way, but once you’ve got to grips with the in-game features, there’s opportunity to break open the code and use programming language to manipulate things in the game world. You’ll be learning new skills through Minecraft.
    The Raspberry Pi Foundation are a registered charity. They sell the Pi from $35, and ship them all around the world. It’s already being used in schools to get children interested in programming and help them learn Linux, which Daniel describes as “the operating system of the future.” It’s a great way to widen people’s perspective on what computers can achieve.
    We’re extremely excited to be involved, and can’t wait to show you more. Read more about the Pi, and find out what you need to get started, at their official site and dedicated wiki. Minecraft: Pi Edition will be available to download soon.

    Sources:
    http://www.raspberrypi.org/#
    http://www.mojang.com
    Posted in: Minecraft: Pi Edition
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    posted a message on Ace of Spades 1.0 [Coming to Steam]
    Anyone like this game?
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on Lets discuss the cape.
    Yep got Curse Premium because of this.
    The annoying about having a cape on servers like MCSG is that they are like "Fu** the cape guy" which of course everyone does. So i always team with people now :D
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on Selling my Xbox Avatar Cape!
    It's not illegal, got mixed up with the Minecraft account. Sorry
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on Where's my cape?
    My friends email didn't come till a day later. Wait.
    Also if it still hasn't come email Mollstam: [email protected]
    Posted in: Minecon 2012
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    posted a message on Ace of Spades 1.0 [Coming to Steam]
    Ace of Spades

    SAY HELLO TO THE CREATIVE SHOOTER. CREATE YOUR BATTLEGROUND, DESTROY IT, THEN CREATE IT AGAIN. IT'S CONSTRUCTION, COMBAT AND CREATIVITY.

    IT'S LIKE WAR, ONLY BETTER.
    Webiste: http://www.aceofspades.com
    Posted in: General Gaming
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    posted a message on [1.6.4+] Adventure Lobbies | Play Adventure Maps With Friends for Free [FEATURED ON: The Shaft]
    Maybe you could add a feature which lets you pick the server location? :D
    Posted in: Maps Discussion
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