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7 years, 4 months ago
In the highschool we're working with Minecraft for Raspberry Pi (also known as MCRP) to learn ruby.
I searched a little bit around the web, and I found the official page of it (
pi.minecraft.net) and I discovered the last post was over 3 years ago.
No post on Mojang's blog about MCRP has been posted since its announcement.
The developer of MCRP is the same of MC:PE.
Is Minecraft for Raspberry PI discontinued?
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Jan 24, 2016 at 21:16
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No, but it does not seem to be under active development.
As of 2014, it has been included in Raspbian and can be installed via:
sudo apt-get install minecraft-pi
Jan 24, 2016 at 21:43
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It is no longer being updated.
I found this:
It ded :(
The original team has stopped supporting it and starting with 0.9 MCPE became a lot more ambitious technically, which also means that it became a lot harder to strip down to run on a Raspberry Pi. Actually, we finished removing all Pi related code to reduce complexity in 2015.
Maybe someday we'll revisit it but I wouldn't hold my breath :P
On the other hand, Win10 runs on the Pi so you can run the Win10 version there! ... I guess it's something
from Tommaso Checci
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Dec 14, 2016 at 15:28
This is an old question, but the answer as changed. This edition has been discontinued.
Pi Edition never received any subsequent updates and is no longer updated. Despite this, it is included by default on Raspberry Pi OS (formerly Raspbian).
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