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Old 09-01-2012, 09:36 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by twobob View Post
Yeah the older free source might do the trick.
I was thinking more of something like: http://luacraft.com/ (hence my lua hints)
that would probably require less wheel reinventing and is already a working product - I know - I use it.
I own and have paid for every minecraft license ever requested of me, including the 4J port and dont feel messing around getting his LICENSED software onto the kindles is a big issue. You have to buy it to run it anyway.
But for testing yes we could run the older server code also.
Any further thoughts after these revelations?
I only mentioned Minecraft4K as I thought size could be an issue here..... Maybe we should work towards MC4K as a Proof Of Concept? If we want to run it on the 3, (probably unlikely...) we would have to figure a way to control it without a touchscreen...

Interesting thoughts here..... If only I knew lua or java... sadly, I'm stuck with a very rudimentary knowledge of python...
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