Well... almost. We've seen parts of computers in Minecraft and now we're getting a play-able Tic-Tac-Toe thanks to grantskier! Thanks to his redstone wiring, he's working on a play-able version of the game in Minecraft. Now, I don't know about you, but I use to play Tic-Tac-Toe all the way until I found out how to always draw. Still, there are times when you can outwit opponents lesser known to your tactics.
In the initial stage of the build process.
One display unit is built showing the "O." It has a 17x17 glass front. The rest will be varying colors.
Once the display is done, the "brain" will be built.
Togglable button (the circuit for some reason isn't working for me, any compact ones or diagram)
Additional items (in order of adding):
Turn indicator (only one move at a time)
Show winning line (if all three X's on left, will blink those) (difficult circuit)
Loser dies in pit
It sure looks like nothing right now! :D
More pictures to come (and more progress)
I don't know about you but that picture practically spells progress. Later on in the day, he continues:
I optimized the display unit to take up a fairly small place and not overhang (vertically or horizontally)(except the right side)
Problem: the positioning of the levers is an issue, need to move to be accessible to the "brain" of the game.
Ah, yes, good ol' fashioned redstone circuitry! A subject that only a handleful have mastered. But-- oh no, it seems to me, he might be in trouble! No, this can't be happening -- we want this game! But, alas-- he came to the rescue 40 minutes later saying:
the display is now perfect, now to replicate for each zone (won't take long). might finish tomorrow (have school)
will post pics when done with display
or a pic now
With the latest creations concerning Redstone wiring popping up, anybody who loves the "technical" things in life (and Minecraft!) is excited to see what people (or better yet, THEMSELVES) come up with. All I know for sure is that I will be looking out for this. Move over Spleef and make room for Tic-Tac-Toe!