My brain straight up exploded when I saw someone built a working 16 bit computer inside of Minecraft, and since then there's been numerous other incredibly elaborate devices that people have made with the basic electronics functionality included in the game via mining and utilizing redstone. The most recent Survivalcraft [$3.99] added the ability to create electronics in game, and the community is already off to an amazing start.

Polish Survivalcraft fanatic Spoon3r made a full in-game animation studio capable of creating, storing, and animating 256 10x10 pixel frames. Check it out in action:

If you want to fiddle around with this, look for "Animator Pro" in the community content section of Survivalcraft, or buzz over to this thread in the Survivalcraft forums for direct download links and further instructions.

  • cloudpuff

    I've never been able to get my head around minecraft or survival craft but my daughter loves them both and there is no denying that a lot of talent and dedication goes into the worlds that players create.

    • Eli Hodapp

      The best way to think of Minecraft is just like playing Legos in the year 2013.

      • dariusjr98

        Is still have Legos. I don't play with them anymore, but I do build now and again. They aren't phased out.

      • C. Stubb

        No, bit I think they've sort of de-evolved from a creatively versatile building-material toy to more destructible (and license-able, ie Harry potter, Star Wars, lord of the rings, indie jones Lego games) action figures. Idk just my opinion.

      • C. Stubb

        Just clarifying: not saying Lego Lord of the Rings games aren't really awesome, (Hi, Mrs. Hodapp) just pointing out that they've changes in the last few years.

  • Eseres

    Even though this game looks really simple (, and perhaps a little dull to some), you can create some very complicated stuff. I've seen people build some really mind blowing stuff, and its hard to belive your eyes some times. This animation machine is one of those creations that blows your mind. This dude should get an award or something. Great stuff!! Nice job, spoon3er!

  • William Lee

    I am slowly learning to love this kind of game, just wish I had more time to spend on getting in to them. Struggling with likes of terraria to be honest - need some guidance as to how to get any further once I've got basic weapons and equipment.

  • Nick

    I built a house and a bed, I was beyond thrilled. I even built rooms!

    But this? Dude who created that needs to get a job as a top engineer somewhere. His talents are way too damn amazing to just be left to survivalcraft.

    I am in awe, Spoon3r. AWE. you do things I probably couldn't if I even followed instructions. Aces 1100000

  • GameExp3rt

    Danger the disco might cuz Cesar

  • wingz

    Eh, im kind of done with pocket edition im just waiting for the ps vita version since its gonna be like the console edition.

  • qman316

    It's amazing how much progress has been made with Survivalcraft. Minecraft PE's updates that are supposedly on the way won't even catch them up to where this is. At the rate Kaalus is going with this it could rival the Minecraft desktop version before long! I can't wait to see what he comes up with for the next update!

  • anabolicMike

    Nah man Kaalus is amazing. Utterly amazing. I don't care about people calling survivalcraft a copy of minecraft. It's not, it simply took an idea and made it better. Electrics kills red stone. Infinite worlds and caverns on mobile? Mojang said it wasn't easy. This Kaalus is one guy! One!!! So unless it's Microsoft pretending to be one guy. He kicks arse. Go man go!