How to make a Minecraft-style Minecraft game?
You’re in luck, if you’ve got a Raspberry Pi3 and an SD card that’s big enough.
Al Jazeera’s Ali Jareem talks to the team behind Minecraft: The Official Beta for the Raspberry Pi.
READ MORE:This guide assumes you’ve downloaded the Minecraft Official Beta and have a copy of the latest version of Minecraft: Java Edition installed on your device.
This guide is for Raspberry Pi 1, the most recent model, and does not take into account the upcoming Minecraft update.
The Raspberry Pi Zero is a microcomputer that runs Linux.
It has an ARM processor, a 1 GB internal memory, 16 GB of RAM and a 1 GHz processor.
It’s also compatible with the Raspberry Pis’ SD cards up to 2TB.
The Pi Zero has an optional WiFi adapter for more connectivity options.
If you’re using the Raspberry PI Zero, here’s how to install Minecraft: Beta for Raspberry PI, the Minecraft beta for the Pi.
You can download the Minecraft Beta for Pi version 1.2.2 here.
This version contains fixes for the server crashes and hangs.
The update also includes a number of improvements.
You will need to download a new Minecraft installation, as Minecraft Beta now requires a separate install to be installed.
If you already have a Minecraft installation on your Pi, you can skip ahead to the next section.
Step 1: Download Minecraft Beta 1.1.3 for Raspberry piHere’s how you can download Minecraft Beta: beta for Raspberrypi.
This is the latest official Minecraft version.
The Minecraft Beta update can be downloaded from the Minecraft download page.
Once downloaded, open the download file.
Select “Download ZIP File”.
Once the ZIP file is downloaded, double-click the .zip file.
A .rar file will open up in your browser.
Open the downloaded .rar and extract it to a folder on your hard drive.
Step 2: Open the Minecraft folder in your operating system of choiceIf you don’t have a Windows computer, here are the steps to open the Minecraft directory on your PC.
Open a command prompt on your Windows PC.
Navigate to the Minecraft Desktop folder in the Windows Start menu and select “Windows” from the list.
Open a command line window and type the following commands:cd ~ opens the Minecraft desktop, which you can find by navigating to the “C:\Program Files\Minecraft\Desktop” directory.
Click “Tools” and then “Browse to…” and search for Minecraft Beta.
Click Browse and browse to the downloaded Minecraft Beta installation.
Step 3: Install Minecraft Beta on your Android deviceYou can use your Android smartphone to install the Minecraft install.
Open your Android phone’s Settings app and select Developer options.
Build is highlighted.
If it’s not, check “Build for other devices”.
Then click “OK”.
If you have an Android phone with an HDMI port, you should now be able to use your TV’s HDMI input to connect to your Raspberry PI’s HDMI port.
Open Settings on your TV, navigate to “View” in the menu bar and tap the “Devices” button.
Click the “Add” button to add a HDMI connection.
Step 4: Configure your Pi to connectThe Raspberry PI will connect to a Wi-Fi network and connect to the internet.
It will also automatically use a network name that matches the IP address that the Raspberry is connected to, and will automatically configure a password to login to it.
Open Settings on the Pi and configure your Wi-fi network to the IP of your Pi.
The next step is to connect the Raspberry to the Pi’s HDMI output.
Press the “Power” button and select the “Connect” button from the top of the menu.
The Raspberry will connect and your Pi will start to work.
You should see a message that says “Your Pi is connected”.
You can confirm that your Pi is working by pressing the “Stop” button in the bottom left of the screen.
You are now ready to use Minecraft!