It is no longer uncommon for video games to be run on any device. However, that doesn’t mean that when a popular title suddenly becomes playable on things like a McDonald’s till, it’s not always a pretty impressive feat.
No NES ready? Then just play Zelda in Minecraft!
The fact that there are no limits to the imagination in this area has now been proven once again by YouTuber C1OUS3R, who almost borders on a mad scientist. This is because he recreated the original The Legend of Zelda in Minecraft (buy now) without the help of any mods. To do this, the developer used command blocks, custom textures, and other tools available in Minecraft itself.
In his Making Of video, the YouTuber explains exactly how he brought Link to life in Minecraft and what other technical tricks were used to make the whole thing playable. Interested users should definitely not miss the video by C1OUS3R. This also applies to everyone who, although the technical aspects do not offer enough incentive, would very much like to play the game themselves in Minecraft.
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As the YouTuber explained, he wants to release a playable version once the video reaches 5,000 likes. The like status is currently just over 2,000 positive ratings. At some point, C1OUS3R wants to release a full game in Minecraft as well, as he says it’s a lot easier to understand than things like Unity. Minecraft is said to have the potential to introduce people to game development.
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