Minecraft for Raspberry Pi

The little tiny Raspberry Pi will get its first exclusive game. Now, if you don’t know anything about Raspberry Pi, read this article about it. But if you don’t have the time for it, in short you should know that Raspberry Pi is that tiny mini PC that costs $25 and is the size of a USB flash drive.

The first game to run officially on it will a port of the popular Minecraft (more exactly Minecraft: Pocket Edition) the indie sandbox survival game developed by Mojang. Also known as Minecraft: Pi Edition, the game was officially announced at Minecon in Paris. The interesting thing about this version of Minecraft is that it will feature support for several programming languages that will allow any user not only to play it, but also to modify it while playing. You can literally break the code and manipulate anything in the game.

Mojang’s Owen Hill explains. “You could organize the cheapest LAN party of all time, or use the Pi to learn the fundamentals of programming on a miniscule budget. It’s like hacking your way into Minecraft and modifying the game world with code, a bit like being [game developers] Notch, Jeb, or Nathan, but arguably more fun and less stressful”.

The game will be available for free soon at the official Raspberry Pi website.

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iBin – portable Recycle Bin for your USB Flash Drive

Okay, you’ve deleted a file, or a bunch of files, accidentally or intentionally, and you want them back. As you know, most of the time you’ll be able to simply restore them from Recycle Bin. Fortunately, back in ’95, Microsoft introduced Recycle Bin in their operating system, keeping the files that are deleted in case you want them back later. Unfortunately, when you delete a file from a USB flash drive, it will never be stored in Recycle Bin. This means that recovering the deleted files will require a third party recovery software and most of times it will be quite difficult to accomplish.

Happily, there is this tiny app called iBin which is actually a Recycle Bin created specifically for USB flash drives and it works quite the same as Windows Recycle Bin.

You can find out more by reading the full review of iBin or downloading iBin.

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