Operation Counterstrike: A mincraft game for the pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Raspberry Pi Spy posted this fun game for Minecraft called “Operation Counterstrike”.
After my “Building A Castle In Minecraft With Python” article I wanted to create a Minecraft game that was a bit more interactive. The “find a diamond” type game had already been done so I decided to do a slightly different version with a time limit.
“Operation Counterstrike” was born.
The script randomly places a number of TNT blocks around the map and the player has to find and destroy them all before the timers run out. As in my castle script you can dive in and start adjusting the Python code to change the game play or implement your own ideas.
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