When playing MCPI it can be a pain to tell which world is which as they are all called ‘world‘. Luckily, thanks to ‘edweed00‘ and also partly me, we have come up with a way to change your world’s name!
- Open up ‘File Manager‘ and click ‘View‘. Then tick the box that says ‘Show Hidden‘.
- Tons of folders will now appear in your user dictionary (Default is ‘pi‘). One will be called ‘.minecraft‘, open it.
- Open the ‘games‘ dictionary, then the ‘com.mojang‘ dictionary and finally the ‘minecraftWorlds‘ dictionary.
- In here will be several folders. They will be named ‘world‘, ‘world-‘, ‘world–‘ etc. To rename the world, simply just right-click on one of these folders and click ‘Rename‘. Then just type what you want the world to be named!
We have also found a way to install custom maps! To get a custom map, head to the MCPE: Maps section of the Minecraft Forums. Although the maps are built for Minecraft: Pocket Edition, most of them should work on MCPI as the Pi Edition is a port of the Pocket Edition. I have put a map in the MCPI DropBox if you want to download it from there. It is a remake of the popular game, Slender (Made by A00000A – Official Thread)
- Download a MC:PE or MCPI map
- If it comes in a .zip file, extract it and move it to a USB Storage Device.
- Plug the USB Storage Device into your Raspberry Pi and move the extracted folder into the /.minecraft/games/com.mojang/minecraftWorlds dicitonary.
- Load up MCPI and double-click on the new world!
If you found this guide helpful, please leave a like! If you are having problems following this or any other guide, please leave a comment!
Browsing across the Minecraft: Pi Edition forum on the Minecraft Forums, I have noticed a few people struggling to get the game running on the Raspberry Pi. Well, look no further, for I have created a guide to install the game quickly and efficently! You’ll be playing in no time!
Download the game files from here. The downloaded file will have a .tar.gz extension.
If you don’t already have it, download the latest Rasbian ‘wheezy’ .img file from here. You will need this to run the game. Just install this like you did when you wrote your first .img file to your Pi.
Once your Pi is running the latest Rasbian ‘wheezy’, transfer the game files to your Raspberry Pi. Just place them in your user dictionary (Called ‘pi’ by default). You can use a USB or whatever you fancy.
Open up ‘LXTerminal‘ and type the following in bold…
- tar -zxvf minecraft-pi-0.1.1.tar.gz – This decompresses the file.
- cd mcpi – This opens up the folder where the data is stored.
- sudo chmod +x minecraft-pi – This allows the program to be executed.
- ./minecraft-pi – This opens the game!
Your game should now be running! If you haven’t any problems, feel free to leave a comment!