RaspberryJuice makes it possible to run your Raspberry PI Picraft scripts on the full version on Minecraft.
When you develop on the Raspberry PI with Picraft you’ll notice quickly that the API is missing key features like keyboard/keypress/mouse handling and doing things like getting the camera direction.
This script will place blocks under the player while walking around.
# Import the minecraft library import mcpi.minecraft import Minecraft import time # connect to the minecraft client mc = Minecraft.create() # cobblestone blockType = 4 # place blocks under the player while True: pos = mc.player.getTilePos() height = mc.getHeight(pos.x, pos.y) mc.setBlock(pos.x, pos.y - 1, pos.z, blockType) time.sleep(0)
Devin picked up “Learn to Program with Minecraft” at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.
After the first 3 chapters, Devin has the player teleporting and spawning a grid of melons.
# Import the minecraft library and refer with an easy alias import mcpi.minecraft as minecraft # connect to the minecraft client mc = minecraft.Minecraft.create() # example of using variables x = 0 y = 0 z = 0 width = 3 height = 3 length = 3 # use the minecraft variable to interact with the player and set the position of the player mc.player.setTilePos(x, y + 2 * height, z) # assign the mellon to the blockType variable blockType = 103 # set a specific type of block at a single location #mc.setBlock(x, y, z, blockType) # set a range of tiles mc.setBlocks(x, y, z, x + width - 1, y + height - 1, z + length - 1, blockType) # post to the minecraft chat window msg = "melons boom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" mc.postToChat(msg)
Minecraft was crashing on launch until adjusting the launch Java memory parameters.
The first iteration of [Minecraft PI Edition] became available in 2012. It’s completely free to use and customize. Sadly discontinued.
Shane Beck creates Minecraft in Unity from scratch in a week while screen recording the whole thing.
Andrei Jifcovici wrote:
as a guide for building Minecraft in Unity.