Dave Finch (aka davef21370) has created a nice random maze generator! Check out the images and source below, the program is also on github.

# Quick rough & ready maze generator for Minecraft Pi edition. # Dave Finch 2013 import minecraft, block import sys, random from random import randint as rand # Connect to Minecraft. try: mc = minecraft.Minecraft.create() except: print "Cannot connect to Minecraft." sys.exit(0) # Create a function for picking a random direction. def randDir(): r = rand(0,3) if r == 0: rv = (0,-1) # Up. if r == 1: rv = (0,1) # Down. if r == 2: rv = (-1,0) # Left. if r == 3: rv = (1,0) # Right. return rv # Create a function to initialize the maze. # w and h are the width and height respectively. def initMaze(w,h): global maze,spl # Create a 2 dimensional array. maze = [[0]*h for x in range(w)] # Create four walls around the maze. # 1=wall, 0=walkway. for x in range(0,w): maze[x][0] = maze[x][h-1] = 1 makeWall(ppos.x+x,ppos.z+0) makeWall(ppos.x+x,ppos.z+h-1) for y in range(0,mazeYSize): maze[0][y] = maze[w-1][y] = 1 makeWall(ppos.x,ppos.z+y) makeWall(ppos.x+w-1,ppos.z+y) # Make every other cell a starting point. # 2=starting point. # Also create a list of these points to speed up the main loop. spl = [] for y in range(2,h-2,2): for x in range(2,w-2,2): maze[x][y] = 2 spl.append((x,y)) # Shuffle the list of points and we can choose a random point by # simply "popping" it off the list. random.shuffle(spl) def makeWall(x,z): mc.setBlock(x,ppos.y,z,block.STONE) mc.setBlock(x,ppos.y+1,z,block.STONE) mc.setBlock(x,ppos.y+2,z,block.STONE) # Define the X and Y size of the maze including the outer walls. # These values aren't checked but must be positive odd integers above 3. mazeXSize = 35 mazeYSize = 35 # Set the maximum length of a wall. maxWallLen = 1 # Find position of player and set base of maze 3 blocks lower. ppos = mc.player.getPos() ppos.y -= 3 # Clear an area for the maze. for x in range(0,mazeXSize-1): for z in range(mazeYSize-1): mc.setBlock(ppos.x+x,ppos.y,ppos.z+z,block.STONE) for y in range(1,5): mc.setBlock(ppos.x+x,ppos.y+y,ppos.z+z,block.AIR) # Create an empty maze. initMaze(mazeXSize,mazeYSize) # Loop until we have no more starting points (2's in the empty maze) while filter(lambda x: 2 in x, maze): # Get the X and Y values of the first point in our randomized list. rx = spl[0][0] ry = spl[0][1] # Pop the first entry in the list, this deletes it and the rest move down. spl.pop(0) # Check to see if our chosen point is still a valid starting point. ud = False if maze[rx][ry] == 2: ud = True # Pick a random wall length up to the maximum. rc = rand(0,maxWallLen) # Pick a random direction. rd = randDir() fc = rd loop = True while loop: # Look in each direction, if the current wall being built is stuck inside itself start again. if maze[rx][ry-2] == 3 and maze[rx][ry+2] == 3 and maze[rx-2][ry] == 3 and maze[rx+2][ry] == 3: # # Code to clear maze area required # initMaze(mazeXSize,mazeYSize) break # Look ahead to see if we're okay to go in this direction..... cx = rx + (rd[0]*2) cy = ry + (rd[1]*2) nc = maze[cx][cy] if nc != 3: for i in range(0,2): maze[rx][ry] = 3 makeWall(ppos.x+rx,ppos.z+ry) rx += rd[0] ry += rd[1] # .....if not choose another direction. else: rd = randDir() # If we hit an existing wall break out of the loop. if nc == 1: loop = False # Update our wall length counter. When this hits zero pick another direction. # This also makes sure the new direction isn't the same as the current one. rc -= 1 if rc <= 0: rc = rand(0,maxWallLen) dd = rd de = (fc[0]*-1,fc[1]*-1) while dd == rd or rd == de: rd = randDir() # The latest wall has been built so change all 3's (new wall) to 1's (existing wall) if ud: for x in range(0,mazeXSize): for y in range(0,mazeYSize): if maze[x][y] == 3: maze[x][y] = 1<

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