Minecraft is a world full of freedom and creativity. In that world, you can do anything you want, build anything you can imagine and conquer all the bad to defend yourself. It’s like you are a king and that awesome little world is all yours. Due to this point, the game is now getting more and more popular, and simultaneously there are more and more people addicted to it. But for players like students, office workers and such, they can’t just sit in front of a PC and play Minecraft all day, even if they wish to. Fortunately, there is one thing could help those fans interact with their Minecraft world, without the need of using PC. And it’s called the Second Screen Mod.
As the name suggests, the Second Screen Mod adds another screen for Minecraft in the form of a mod. With this mod, you can easily keep track on your world, having information about time, weather conditions, your inventory, list of online players and their information (such as food, health level, etc.) and so on. All can be done purely by using you mobile device. Moreover, the mod allows you to mark blocks and other objects in Minecraft with labels, then control them through your smartphone. It’s really a unique and convenient way to play Minecraft, especially when you are not able to use your PC or simply don’t have much time.
There are two ways to get the app, you can get it on your phone through the Google Play Store, or you can use the Universal app which is in form of a webapp. They are both amazing and worth checking out, I guarantee!
- Server information (Playercount, online players, Motd)
- Player information (Health, food level)
- World info(Time, weather, name)
- Restone status
- Control levers in the world
- View chat messages
- Send chat messages
- Simple inventory viewer
- Showing informations about multiple special block like chests/tanks/nodes or energy storage
How to install Second Screen Mod?
- Download and run the latest version of Minecraft Forge
- Go to Start Menu > Type %appdata%/.minecraft/mods
- Download the mod
- Move the downloaded Jar (zip) file into the “mods” folder
Credit: Maxanier – Original thread on minecraftforum.net