16-bit Math Processor made in Minecraft
Posted on 30th Sep 2010 at 07:39 by Richard Swinburne with 24 comments
Reddit user, 'theinternetftw' has uploaded a video to YouTube showing off his working ALU made in Minecraft from in-game redstone logic. Unfortunately, while it's a working math processor, users need to know binary to read the output since there's no crafting for LCD screen. Yet.
The video is long, but if there ever was a proper use of the term 'epic', this would be it.
Grab a cup of tea and a few dunky bickies before watching it below and hopefully you'll spot the introductory reference to have a gamely chortle as well.
Obviously much respect to the talent there, but is it just me or does he sound like he's from South Park?
Oh, and if you're not sure what Minecraft is and you can't be bothered to check out Joe's explanation in his Free Games I Like: Minecraft blog then you can check out the trailer below for a quicker explanation.
Do you play Minecraft? Let us know what you've been making in the forums.