Now I know when it comes to video games that cannot run on the Pandora Remote Desktop is not a great way of doing it mainly because the Pandora would need a constant download rate that is pretty high and you're computer would probably need something that is more than 2MBs a second for upload speed to let you play something like Mass Effect on the go. However a thought accrued to me that the biggest reason playing these games would not be enjoyable is because the framerate and response time would dip because you would need at least 30 frames sent a second constantly to be able to play, this is not an easy task when it comes to full 3D games. However Minecraft is amazingly simple when it comes to the graphics and game play department. I was wondering would a game like this be well suited to run on a remote Desktop server and play with you're Pandora if you were near a Wifi hotspot? I mean it does not have that many controls and the default graphics are as basic as Doom's so I would not see why not.