Minecraft is like a blank canvas, from high-resolution paintings, floating cities to a vintage video game console emulator you can build anything if you are creative enough and dedicated Minecraft users are keep proving it right. A Minecraft player who goes by the name SethBling has managed to build a working Atari 2600 emulator in the Minecraft.
SethBling released a video that provides detailed information showing how it works. The game uses thousands of command blocks to run the processor, memory, and the original ROMs that were stored on Atari cartridges. The command blocks provide enough power to run the game and it can deliver up to 60 frames every four hours. The following video shows the brief demonstration of how the game works,
The emulator was built in vanilla Minecraft without the use of any plugins or mods the entire thing is running on two thousand command blocks. If you are interested in this emulator you can download the files here. If you want to know more technical details about the emulator then you can check the following video,
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