New features for working 8-bit Minecraft computer


7 Responses to “New features for working 8-bit Minecraft computer”

  1. Spezz says:

    As cool as this is, I dont see the need for a mod to improve redstone. You could already potentially build an 8 bit computer in vanilla minecraft, this is like cheating.

    I don’t see anything wrong with a cheating in a non-competitive video game, but I’ve learned more about electrical engineering from playing with redstone than 20+ years of casual tinkering with a soldering iron.

    If you skip learning how to really use redstone, you’re missing one of the greatest and most educational experiences minecraft has to offer.

  2. Landsem says:

    Looks great though. Just wish it was a multiplayer server bukkit/spout plugin.

  3. Manny says:

    I wouldn’t mind a mod that let redstone run up walls. I’ve been a hardcore cave explorer, but I’m stretching myself into circuits now. I’m very proud of my lighthouse that blinks, sounds a fog-bell, and has an off/on switch, so that gives you my level.

    • Running up walls is my only required extra too – I think anything more is ‘cheating’ (whatever that means).

      Although I read somewhere that the running up walls thing isn’t easy to implement. Something to do with how the game works – I didn’t really understand it if truth be told – but there’s justification at least.

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  5. SoItBegins says:

    Just wait until Notch’s next, 0x10c! Computers and spaceships for everybody~!

  6. Anon_Mahna says:

    At some point this elevator is going to stop on The 13th Floor….

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