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PC Minecraft on android.

I am now announcing that after years of trying someone has finally made a way to install minecraft 1.7.10 and 1.8 on your android device. This is the creator of BlockLauncher; the only updating app (that I have seen) for running mods on the latest version of minecraft pocket edition and Pocket INV editor; the app for editing many things about your minecraft PE world. Thats right, Zhuowei Zhang.
The app is called Boardwalk. Here is what you need:

1. A decient phone or tablet (dual core, 1GB ram or more). I have tested and confermed working the 2nd gen kindle fire (not hd) and the 2013 fire HD with the beta, 1.0.7.

(a). Android 4.1 and up only

2. An internet connection.

3. A minecraft account (optional)

4. And the latest release of the app (or the DEV version for running on kindle)

Downsides that i have noticed: offline or cracked servers only, only about 15 FPS with 2 gb dual core on a server or superflat world, 1.8 is buggy and laggy.


1.0.7 Original: 1.0.7 Zhuowei's site


iBook G3 restoration

Yes I know I have restored it quite a bit, but now the hard drive has failed again and I need to replace it. I am also attempting to install Ubuntu 12.10 or 12.04. So pretty soon I will get a new hard drive and post some pictures. Once Ubuntu is installed I am going to start looking for three pieces of software. Minetest for ubuntu 12.10 or 12.04, OpenJDK for ubuntu 12.10 or 12.04, and DOSBox for ubuntu 12.10 or 12.04. Then I will install those and try and run some server type things. My main use for this computer after I restore it again will probably be a server for minecraft and minetest that I can bring with me to other places easier than a desktop.

Minecraft: Raspberry Pi in Minecraft 1.7.9+

I made a working raspberry pi in minecraft. With very few functions I might not say it is "Just like the real thing," but it is still pretty cool. When you download, install the map like you usually would but go in to players and rename DJHerobrine.dat to YOURUSERNAME.dat (yourusername being what your minecraft user name is).

My Drive: