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Minecraft's Twitch livestreaming arrives on Windows and Mac, documents block-by-block world building

Billy Steele
11.21.13
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A few weeks back, Mojang and Twitch announced plans to bring world-building livestream abilities to Minecraft. Now, that feature is live. Once players link their respective Mojang and Twitch accounts the fun can begin through the settings menu or by tapping F6 to start capturing the action immediately. The new functionality is supported on both Windows (XP and later) and Mac OS X (10.7 or later) for showing off those more elaborate construction skills -- like building out the rest of Europe or some such.

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