(ARM only) - Raspberry Pi
February 11, 2013
Minecraft: Pi Edition is a version of Minecraft developed for the Raspberry Pi. It is based on the already existing Pocket Edition but is slightly cut down, containing a revised feature set and support for multiple programming languages. The Pi Edition is intended as an educational tool for novice programmers. It is available to download for free, from the official downloads page and users are encouraged to open and change the game's code using its API.
Minecraft: Pi Edition was originally announced on the Mojang website on November 24, 2012.
There was a compiled build labelled 0.1 on the Mojang repository, albeit encrypted until the game's launch in February of 2013, making it inaccessible. When it was first uploaded, however, it was unprotected for a short amount of time, allowing for the download of the game before its true release. On December 20, 2012, Mojang released a post on their official site announcing the release of the Pi Edition. However, it was promptly removed and no game release was made.
Minecraft: Pi Edition was publicly released on February 11, 2013, and the previous release announcement post was restored. However, the Pi Edition website still lists its post date as December 20, 2012.
 Version history
- Main article: Pi Edition version history