One of Mojang's more interesting projects of the last few months has been Minecraft Pi Edition. It's a free version of Notch's smash indie hit developed specifically for the Raspberry Pi. It's been a few months in the making, and now it's ready to start teaching kids (and adults) how to program.
Mojang announced today that Minecraft Pi Edition is now available for download. It's pretty basic at this point, but the team at Mojang says they will be adding new content in the future. Here's how to get started:
If you're able to follow all of that, you're well on your way to learning the basics of programming. Once in game, you can fully hack away at the title to learn more about how code comes together to make games work.