Minecraft

Install Freeminer 0.4.14.8 – A Minecraft-inspired Game on Ubuntu 16.04 and below

Freeminer 0.4.14.8 recently released, is a multiplayer Minecraft-inspired sandbox game. Freeminer is based on Minetest which is developed by a number of contributors from all over the globe. Unlike Minetest it aims to make the game fun while trading off some bits of perfectionism. Features Walk around, dig and build in an infinite voxel world and craft stuff from raw materials to help you along the way. Robust and powerful server-side modding API.

Wine 1.7.53 released with improved patch review process

Wine 1.7.53 which was recently released, now comes with support for the various versions of XAudio, more implementation of the Web Services DLL, improved OLE object embedding, various code cleanups in Direct3D, new MAINTAINERS file and Signed-off-by requirement to improve the patch review process and various bug fixes including minecraft. Wine 1.7.53 changelog dogfood: xchat-2.8.4-1 does not install (quoting between CreateProcessW and wmain) Activeworlds client 4.2 doesn’t think IE is installed Tomb Raider III crashes in msadp32 Gamestudio A7 trial sub-installer fails (‘msiexec.

Freeminer 0.4.12.6 A Minecraft-inspired sandbox game released

Freeminer 0.4.12.6 recently released, is a Minecraft-inspired sandbox game. Freeminer is based on Minetest which is developed by a number of contributors from all over the globe. Unlike Minetest it aims to make the game fun while trading off some bits of perfectionism. This latest release is to address issues with game stability and speed. Freeminer Features Walk around, dig and build in an infinite voxel world and craft stuff from raw materials to help you along the way.

Minecraft 1.8 released

Minecraft is a game about breaking and placing blocks. At first, people built structures to protect against nocturnal monsters, but as the game grew players worked together to create wonderful, imaginative things. It can also be about adventuring with friends or watching the sun rise over a blocky ocean. Minecraft 1.8 is the first non-development release in the Bountiful Update. It added and changed many aspects of Minecraft which made it easier for map makers to create adventure maps, and added many blocks and mobs for survival play.

Install Minetest 0.4.10 on Ubuntu 14.04

Minetest is an open source minecraft, Infiniminer – like game written from scratch and licensed under the LGPL (version 2.1 or later). It supports both survival and creative modes along with multiplayer support, dynamic lighting, and an “infinite” map generator. The latest release 0.4.10 comes with following features and updates New Features Big Gameplay Changes Added third person view Removed finite liquid and weather Smaller Gameplay tweaks Create bones only when the player’s inventory is not empty & remove the bones when emptied Made pause menu actually pause singleplayer game and use lower maximum FPS in it Prevented placing node when player would be inside new node Drop an item instead a stack while sneaking Added support for exiting formspecs by doubleclicking outside Bug Fixes Fixed objects being selected behind a node Fixed absence of images when compiled with RUN_IN_PLACE=0 (xyz) Added option to link to OpenGL ES Fixed CMake list parsing in build Fixed cutting of multi-line error messages at half of second line in main menu dialog Created new instance of mesh every time it’s required Escaped error messages in error dialog Added operating system to user agent Prevented auto-rotated nodes from replacing the nodes they were placed on (ShadowNinja) Added protection support to auto-rotated nodes (ShadowNinja) Click here for full change log Install Minetest 0.

Install MineCraft on Linux Mint 16/Ubuntu

Minecraft is a game about breaking and placing blocks. At first, people built structures to protect against nocturnal monsters, but as the game grew players worked together to create wonderful, imaginative things. It can also be about adventuring with friends or watching the sun rise over a blocky ocean. I will show you how to install and run MineCraft using the latest Linux Mint 16 Edition. Step 1: Install OpenJDK # sudo apt-get update # sud apt-get install openjdk-7-jre Step 2: Download/Setup MineCraft Jar File – Download the latest version of MineCraft Executable for Linux/Other.