|kingofthenothing - 2010-10-07 |
Good Mine Crafting.
|FABIO - 2010-10-07 |
Eventually, technology will become so advanced that we can use Minecraft to simulate a computer to run another Minecraft.
Moore's law and the back of a napkin say 30 years. Here's hoping Flash isn't around then.
|memedumpster - 2010-10-07 |
"You listening, pig?"
I want to see an Aztec city built by this person as the sun king.
|Magical Man from Happy-Land - 2010-10-07 |
math IS important
|fourthguy - 2010-10-07 |
I envy this man's attention span.
|Sputum - 2010-10-07 |
I'm not nerdy enough to know if this is more or less impressive than the guy who built a turing machine in dwarf fortress.
I am nerdy enough to know what both of those things are so five self loathing stars.
So that DF one is 8-bit. Less bits :D But it has memory, and a few other things that you need for a full computer.
On a side note, it's unfortunate that the blogs are calling that a Turing machine. Technically it's right (anything that can be rightly called a computer is one), but the one Turing described was a mathematical model and purposely stripped down. That DF one has a lot more to it.
Loathe away :)
|Dr. Lobotomy - 2010-10-07 |
If it tries to divide by zero, does it burst into flames?
|hammsangwich - 2010-10-07 |
I just want to live in a mid '90s technology fist person video game.
|MacGyver Style Bomb - 2010-10-07 |
He did this in Alpha?
Have fun with creepers.
|American Standard - 2010-10-07 |
If this guy were my son, I'd probably be worried. I don't know why. I just would.
|kingarthur - 2010-10-08 |
"Everything else is going to be very tedious." Understatement much?
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-10-08 |
There's just something really cool about watching someone walk around inside of a computer. Like, this is basically Reboot.
|Phil - 2010-10-08 |
So the guy got offered a job as a developer pretty much immediately when the thing hit the internet.
With some shitty mobile gaming company in Atlanta, but still, it's something.
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