Category Archives: Gaming on the Pi

Raspbian Jessie has some games installed by default: Python Games – A section of games written in Python, and Minecraft Pi, a Minecraft Pocket Edition Port made for the Raspberry Pi. But there are more Pi-compatible games out there.

This is the category for gaming on the Pi.

One lovely blog award – who are my favourite bloggers?

This challenge has spread across the internet like fire (I didn’t create this challenge) so I have decided to do one. Basically, I have to tell you 7 things about my character. And up to 15 bloggers I enjoy. I … Continue reading

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Super Tux

The game super tux is amazing! You have to complete the level you are on to get to the next level.Tux is a penguin and he is trying to find penny there are 26/27 levels at first they are easy … Continue reading

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Video Game

I am developing a video game and can’t think of a name for it. Can you guys plz comment with some good names for a video game. It is going to be a fighting game. Thanks! Epic Chas Gamer 😀

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Minecraft on Raspberry Pi Model B 256MB RAM Performance test

This was tested on a fresh Raspbian Wheezy from NOOBS 1.2.1. Minecraft Pi ran successfully and was very fast. I had to install it manually because I was using an old release of Raspbian 7 wheezy that doesn’t have Minecraft pre-installed. … Continue reading

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OpenGL ES on the Raspberry Pi

The OpenGL driver for the Raspberry Pi 2 and 3 is awesome, but today I disabled it for a little bit. I began looking at the OpenGL ES power the Raspberry Pi had already! First, Open up the terminal and … Continue reading

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Gameband and RasPi3

A Gameband is a cool wristband that backs up Minecraft data, allows you to create animations and even tell the time! You must plug it into your computer through USB to charge it, and while it is plugged in you … Continue reading

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A successfull OpenGL session on my RPi3

Today I had to do a Pi Recovery reset to free up some storage on my RPi3. Once done, I opened raspi-config and enabled ‘AB GL Driver’. I rebooted and I had to unplug the power supply and replug it … Continue reading

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OpenGL won’t work on my RasPi 3

Today I wanted to get some high quality software running on my RPi3 so I installed OpenGL. Then I opened raspi-config by typing in sudo raspi-config and going down to Advanced options and clicking GL Driver and enabling it. Then … Continue reading

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How to get Minecraft Pi up ‘n’ running

In one of my older posts I told you that you could install Minecraft Pi through a web browser. It is a quick and easy way to download Minecraft Pi but there is another way. By the end of this … Continue reading

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Nether Reactor in Minecraft Pi Editon

Only today I realised this: if you download a MCPE Survival map you can build and activate Nether Reactor Cores on the Map. Simply build a Nether Reactor. The Reactor should look like this: Activate the reactor by right clicking … Continue reading

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