MCinaBox – Minecraft Java Edition Launcher on Android
MCinaBox is an open source project for Android OS, and the back end is supported by the BoatApp project and in the efforts of many people to make it run.
This app can launch Minecraft Java Edition on mobile devices.
The software is distributed under GPL v3 license.
Although it’s a compulsory game where only one person can take the crown, there are some cooperative game modes so you don’t always have to play against each other.
It is the perfect party game to play with a group. Hopefully you will have a lot of fun and not lose any friendships in the process.
|OS version||Android 5.0 (or higher)|
|CPU||Quad core 1.5+ Ghz|
|RAM||3 GB (4 GB recommended)|
|Disk space||150 MB|
- Download the latest APK and Runtime Pack to your Android phone.
- Install APK and start it at least one time.
- Copy the runtime to /sdcard/Android/data/com.aof.mcinabox/files/MCinaBox/runtimepack/
- Then start APK and find Launcher Set to import the runtime pack.
Before you start the game, you need to configure the starter according to the instructions in the software, until the indicator changes from red to blue.
What you need to do includes creating users, modifying the maximum memory, downloading game versions, and creating your own virtual keyboard templates.
•Fix create new user crash (By by-scott)
•Fix minecraft dependency priority is higher than Forge
•Add minecraft genuine validation (By by-scott)
•Add mouse mode to switch (manual)
•Add Spanish (By salted fish King)
•Fix reediting keys caused a crash while repairing virtual keyboard configurations
•Fix some control behavior exceptions in Boat-3 mode
•Add a new downloader to provide visual download progress feedback
•Add the Minecraft Json Parsing Tool Library
•Add multilingual support (preliminary)
•Add Forge and LiteLoader support (see documentation)