Big news, Swedish development team Mojang have released their incredibly popular Minecraft for the Raspberry Pi.
Building on their runaway sandbox game for PC, Mac and mobile devices, the Pi version of Mincecraft allows users to “program” the game – enhancing the traditional block fest and giving player the chance to extend the creeper infested world in a fun and educational way.
You can visit the specific Pi Minecraft Blog for download and installation instructions.
The Raspberry Pi Case by Barch Designs is as awesome as it is functional. We manufacture the case from Solid Billet Aluminium which protects your Raspberry Pi from damage. The case is also a heatsink which keeps your Raspberry Pi running cool and giving you many years of trouble free operation. The case wraps around the Raspberry Pi’s external ports giving it a unique and sleek look. The case is designed to be able to give access to all the external ports, as well as be able to easily see what LED’s are on.
The new Model A Pi has been released exclusively to Europe with a single USB port, 256MB of RAM, no Ethernet and one-third the power consumption of a Model B board.
For approx. £19, the Model A is designed for use in battery or solar-powered devices like remote sensors, WiFi repeaters, robots and so on. According to an Adafruit it consumes only 100 mAh of juice (compared to about 300 mAh for the Model B, due to Ethernet power requirements).
I can’t wait to see what the hardware hacking community come up with for this new flavour of Pi!
Welcome to Damn Fine Raspberry Pi (with apologies to David Lynch and Mark Frost) a site that’s been set up to aggregate various resources and tutorials for the Raspberry Pi computer.
This site has only just been created but, over time, you’ll start to see a range of content covering everything from the very basics of getting started with your Pi, right through to advanced robotics projects and more.
I hope you find this site useful!