How to Build A Castle In Minecraft With Python @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Matt over at Raspberry Pi Spy posted a handy tutorial on how to build a castle in Minecraft using Python:
Once I had Minecraft setup on my Pi and had figured out how to use the Python API I wanted a little project to try it out. So I decided to create a script that would automatically create a castle with a moat and a couple of perimeter walls.
This seemed like a good choice as the walls and the keep are really the same construct just a different width and height. The keep would just need a bit of extra work to add floors, windows and a door.
To use the script below you will need to have Minecraft and the Python API setup. If you haven’t you may want to take a look at the following articles :
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