WE HOPE THE adventures in this book have given you a whole range of ideas, code snippets and skills, and inspired you to take your Minecraft programming adventures further. Where you go from here is up to you and your imagination! If you’re not sure what you want to do yet, or have an idea for your next project but don’t know where to start, here are some interesting resources you can investigate to get those ideas flowing!


The Internet has a wealth of useful websites with information about Minecraft, almost too much to sort through, but here are some sites that Martin and David have found useful when learning, playing and programming Minecraft:


  • www.wiley.com/go/adventuresinminecraft—This is the companion website for this book. It includes a complete bonus adventure (the Minecraft Lift), downloadable quick-reference sheets, badges, complete program listings, and videos for each of the projects in this book.
  • www.stuffaboutcode.com—This is Martin’s very successful blog. It has a whole section about Minecraft with lots of project ideas and experiments that you can try out yourself. Martin also hosts the best Minecraft API reference that you will find anywhere on the Internet!
  • http://arghbox.wordpress.com—Craig Richardson regularly develops exciting Minecraft programming projects to help support the teaching of the new computing curriculum. Be sure to have a look ...

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