Minecraft JAVA (computers)- Building
The original version of Minecraft! Java Edition has cross-platform play between Windows, Linux and macOS, and also supports user-created skins and mods. Students who are not familiar with how to play on the computer will learn the basics and if you already know how to play you could learn how to get resource packs and mods. Rolling Robots students will all be in our own private server where they could build and learn in harmony.
Learn to build your dream home in Minecraft on our safe and private multiplayer server but in our own plot. Building and architectural techniques will be explored. Get introduced to Redstone circuitry to add bells, automatic lights, or traps to protect your home. Learn how some commands (little snippets of codes) help to teleport you, get you what you need, replace blocks and etc. Collaborate with other students to build bigger projects.
About This Course
Hardware needed for this course:
Any computer can actually run Minecraft, even with low processor and graphics card, the information gathered HERE is based on information taken on Minecraft Help Center. However, for an enjoyable experience, it is encouraged to consult the recommended requirements. Java 8 is required, though the game comes with its own version of Java, so no manual installation is required. Minecraft JAVA Edition Launcher and Account to be able to play online A stable internet connection is required for Minecraft to download game files, authenticate usernames, and connect to multiplayer servers.
Spring/Summer Camp - Minecraft Build and Design on Computers
Kids' favorite - Play Minecraft ON COMPUTERS. You will Learn Minecraft building techniques, using Redstone, the details of command blocks, downloading mods to change the look of the game."