Teleporter for Minecraft Pi! Raspbian Jessie!!!!

I wanted to do a feature for Raspbian Jessie users for Minecraft Pi Teleporting.

My Wheezy Teleporter is here: https://coolchasgamer.wordpress.com/2016/05/23/teleporter-for-minecraft-pi-raspbian-wheezy-tutorial/

The Jessie Teleporter:

Make a new file called teleporter.py in /home/Pi and copy the following text and post it into geany (type gksu into LXTerminal and then type apt-get install geany if you don’t have geany yet) once the file teleporter.py has been opened. Save and press run once Minecraft has been opened and a new world has been created inside it.

The code is as followed:

from mcpi.minecraft import Minecraft

from time import sleep

mc = Minecraft.create()

x, y, z = mc.player.getPos()

sleep(5)

mc.postToChat(“Teleporting in 3s”)

sleep(1)

mc.postToChat(“2s”)

sleep(1)

mc.postToChat(“1s”)

sleep(1)

mc.postToChat(“Wooooooooooo!”)

mc.setPos(x, y+1000, z)

 

Now press F5 on the keyboard.

Enjoy!

Epic Chas Gamer 😂

 

Teleporter for Minecraft Pi! Raspbian Wheezy Tutorial!

Use a teleporter in Minecraft Pi on Raspbian Wheezy by opening LXTerminal and typing cd mcpi/api/python/mcpi and then typing in nano teleporter.py.

The code is below.

from minecraft import Minecraft

from time import sleep

mc = Minecraft.create()

x, y, z = mc.player.getPos()

sleep(5)

mc.postToChat(“Teleporting in 3s”)

sleep(1)

mc.postToChat(“2s”)

sleep(1)

mc.postToChat(“1s”)

sleep(1)

mc.postToChat(“Wooooooooooo!”)

mc.setPos(x, y+1000, z)

Then press CTRL + O, and then save as teleporter.py. Then once on a world on Minecraft, go to LXTerminal and type python teleporter.py. Enjoy!

Epic Chas Gamer 🙂

TNT Trail!

Today on Minecraft Pi Edition I programmed a TNT trail. You walk around after the code has been ran, and TNT appears! Ignite some! Please note that not all the TNT is ignitable but the unignitable TNT still blows up when ignitable TNT blows up.

Copy and paste the code into Geany (or your preferred Python environment) and run it. Make sure you are on a world on Minecraft and hit the TNT that appears each step. Press CTRL +C in your Python environment to stop the TNT trail.

The code is here:

from mcpi.minecraft import Minecraft
from time import sleep

mc = Minecraft.create()
x, y, z = mc.player.getPos() # player position (x, y, z)
this_block = mc.getBlock(x, y, z) # block ID
print(this_block)
tnt = 46

while True:
x, y, z = mc.player.getPos() # player position (x, y, z)
block_beneath = mc.getBlock(x, y-1, z) # block ID

if block_beneath == tnt:
mc.setBlock(x, y, z, tnt, 1)
sleep(0.1)
else:
mc.setBlock(x, y-1, z, tnt)
Enjoy!

Epic Chas Gamer 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

Raspbian Jessie, NOOBS and Raspberry Pi 3!

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Today I got my RPi 3 and was SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO excited to see what was new. I inserted a microSD card with NOOBS on it. Then Raspbian Jessie acually worked and booted. It was slow at first but booted. I was logged in automaticly as pi and when Jessie’s interface loaded I was sooooo excited! LibreOffice! Minecraft! Internet! Sonic Pi! Much More!

To set up Raspbian Jessie in the cool way, open up the Terminal and type

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install synaptic

sudo apt-get install geany

sudo apt-get install libvte9

Voila! You just installed some software. Synaptic is in the preferences menu, Geany in the Programming and libvte9 is a good package for the geany terminal tab if it isn’t in geany’s message window. It doesn’t always appear, but keep the package.

Go to programming, click Sonic Pi and type ‘mc_message”Hello World of Minecraft Pi Edition”‘. Then launch up Minecraft Pi, in the Games section and create a new world. Then click TAB on the keyboard.  Then on Sonic Pi, press Run. Click on the open tab Minecraft and you will see your message.

 

UPDATED:

Raspbian Jessie’s latest version has geany pre-installed

 

Minecraft Pi Edition

Hello!

I will show you how to get Minecraft Pi installed on a Raspi.

Note: If you have Raspbian Jessie, Minecraft is already installed.

For Raspbian Wheezy:

1. Open Dillo

2. Visit pi.minecraft.net, click the link and choose where to extract the files. Once done, go to the mcpi folder and click on minecraft-pi and click execute. Click start game, followed by create new.

Move with the WSAD keys and jump with space. Left click to mine/attack. Use the scroll wheel (or the numbers) to select the items in the hotbar. E will load the inventory and ESC will load the pause menu.

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Minecraft-pi can also be programmed. Posts about programming Minecraft Pi in the future.

Enjoy!

Epic Chas Gamer 😀

 

 

MCPE Sky-Glide!

I guess that is what it is called, anyway.

Step 1:

Build a high tower out of any block. Go up to any height you want, I am going for the max (128 blocks).

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Step 2.

Crouch and jump. Then click on the up button

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Step 3. Move away from the tower of blocks. You can now glide around. Simply press on down to go down and go down to land to land on the ground. Press crouch to stop crouching.

Enjoy!

Epic Chas Gamer 🐕

 

 

 

Coloured text in MCPE 0.11.0+

Now it is possible to write text – world names, seeds, Chat and signs, not to forget renaming on anvils in colour!

WARNING: NEVER TYPE IN §§, THIS WILL MAKE ALL TEXT INVISIBLE

Steps:
If using android launch up Minecraft PE and then once got to a typing interface, (eg sign) and use the keyboard

Go to ?123 and click ~[<. Then press hard on ¶. The § icon will apear. Select it.

The code is as follows
§1 – Dark Blue
§2 – Green
§3 – Turquoise
§4 – Red
§5 – Purple
§6 – Yellow
§7 – Light grey
§8 – Dark Grey
§9 – A darker blue (I guess, anyway)
§0 – Black

There are more codes like §(a letter) so experiment with the colours and patterns!

On iOS click hard on & and select §. The code is the same as android so you can also experiment (I got the spelling correct this time)!

Drop a like if you enjoyed!

Enjoy!
Epic Chas Gamer 😉

 

How to insert microSD cards into tablets and phones

1. Make sure your phone/tablet has an microSD card slot.

2. Insert the microSD card into the slot. MAKE SURE THE MICROSD CARD IS FACING THE RIGHT WAY.

3.Go to Settings/Storage and scroll down to the SD Card.

 

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4. To move media to the microSD card, click Move Media to SD Card. Press hard on a file and then click on another to select multiple files. Click Move to move them!

5. Unmount the microSD card by clicking Unmount SD Card. Once unmounted, remove safely or remount again by clicking on Mount SD Card.

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6. To move an app to the microSD card, go to settings/apps, click on an app and click Move to SD Card. DONT MOVE THE MICROSD CARD FROM PHONE/TABLET WHILE APP IS BEING TRANSFERRED. This will move the app to the microSD card.

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Some apps can’t moved to microSD card

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To move back to tablet, press Move to Tablet.