Minecraft on Intel HD





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Uploaded on Apr 19, 2011

This is my first video ever. Please give me some suggestions if you want to! Bandicam decreased the frames just a tiny bit, but playing the game is pretty decent. Sorry for the lack of sound. I forgot to record it.

Also, it seems to be the case that if you press F3 and bring up the data menu (with the x, y, z coordinates and the RAM usage), the game gets more frames. I notice a lot. When my game gets laggy, to about 14 FPS, I hit F3, and the frames raise to around 25 or 30. When the game isn't laggy, hitting F3 will increase frames even more.

Also, if you ever install 32x32, 64x64 or higher resolution texture packs, the game will be insanely laggy. Probably about 1 to 2 frames per second on average. But if you hit F3, the game will suddenly become smooth to about 30+ FPS. However, the menu is really annoying, and it is uncomfortable to play with a huge red scanner covering half of your screen, so all in all, you should stick with 16x16 texture packs.

Minecraft is a great game about building, creating, and surviving. During the day, you collect resources and craft tools and weapons. At night, zombies and monsters come out, and you must build yourself a shelter. Minecraft is very addicting, and if you haven't tried it yet, you should definitely buy it.

Here is the website: http://www.minecraft.net

Support Notch!

Also, you might want to download GameBooster. Many say it sucks, but it actually helps me a lot in Minecraft. No Joke!

And the OptiMine Mod is really helpful. It doubled my FPS. You can download and try it here:


And if that link doesn't work, just Google "Optimine," and you should be all set. Good Luck!

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