The process of getting Minecraft up and running took a bit of effort on someone’s part, but it won’t take much for you. You’ll need to run four sets of commands in the Terminal application on your C.H.I.P., and after that, you’ll be ready to go. The version of Minecraft working on the C.H.I.P. is the same as the Raspberry Pi version, which includes both local network and multiplayer options. For the installation guide and plenty of other tips, head over to Next Thing’s blog.
Play Minecraft on Your C.H.I.P. or PocketC.H.I.P. [Next Thing Co]