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[3D] [Game] 3D Maze - It's friggin 3D! Woo!

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TableCraft0R's Photo TableCraft0R 24 Jul 2013

Mine craft = 8 bit
Maze = 16 Bit

SO Can you make Mine Craft in Computer Craft?
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jesusthekiller's Photo jesusthekiller 24 Jul 2013

... What?

Essentially you can, but it would be really low resolution :P
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Kingdaro's Photo Kingdaro 24 Jul 2013

It would probably slow as hell too, haha.

Nice program by the way.
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jesusthekiller's Photo jesusthekiller 24 Jul 2013

Thanks! :D

Update 2.1
  • No more temporary files!
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masterdisasterHD's Photo masterdisasterHD 19 Sep 2013

may i
Spoiler
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theoriginalbit's Photo theoriginalbit 19 Sep 2013

View PostmasterdisasterHD, on 19 September 2013 - 11:49 AM, said:

may i implement this game in my upcoming OS?
Why do you keep using spoilers. Its annoying. Just ask the question in one line of text!
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masterdisasterHD's Photo masterdisasterHD 19 Sep 2013

i used a spoiler because i dont want to spoil it :P
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nutcase84's Photo nutcase84 22 Sep 2013

View PostTableCraft0R, on 24 July 2013 - 08:38 AM, said:

Mine craft = 8 bit
Maze = 16 Bit

SO Can you make Mine Craft in Computer Craft?

Minecraft is 16 bit, not 8.
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ShadowedZenith's Photo ShadowedZenith 23 Sep 2013

View Postnutcase84, on 22 September 2013 - 03:33 PM, said:

View PostTableCraft0R, on 24 July 2013 - 08:38 AM, said:

Mine craft = 8 bit
Maze = 16 Bit

SO Can you make Mine Craft in Computer Craft?

Minecraft is 16 bit, not 8.

I'm pretty sure Minecraft is at minimum 32-bit/64-bit given the fact that it runs on the x86-64 CPU platform. I don't believe any 16-bit CPU could actually handle Minecraft, not only power-wise but RAM-wise as well. In computers, the bit refers to the CPU, not the graphics. Even then, the graphics would be classified as 24-bit.
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kennywd7's Photo kennywd7 27 Sep 2013

Very cool!
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MAYUYU's Photo MAYUYU 28 Sep 2013

whoa tis look amazing
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CastleMan2000's Photo CastleMan2000 14 Dec 2013

Minecraft has 16x16 pixel blocks, I believe, and the program is 32-bit. Pixels != Bits.
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