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Java and C++
Only older versions (on GitHub)
For Bedrock Edition version 1.14.1
BlockLauncher is a free mobile app that allows you to use mods in Minecraft: Bedrock Edition. It has gone slightly obsolete since the addition of addons to MCPE/Bedrock Edition. There are still advantages to using BlockLauncher over the newer addons system. BlockLauncher's API is much more versatile, giving the modder the ability to add completely new blocks, as well as overlay UIs over the game.
BlockLauncher Pro is a paid version of its free counterpart. This version has no advertisements.
.js file. Larger mods can also be made in C++ as an
.apk file that modifies the BlockLauncher app.
.js mod file and tap import. Then, open BlockLauncher and enable the mod. This process is slightly different for mods coded in C++. The user must first open and install the APK file onto their device. After this, the C++ mod can be used within the app.
Texture packs for BlockLauncher are packaged into a
Installing Texture Packs
To install texture packs the user must first import the zip into BlockLauncher. To import a texture pack, open BlockLauncher and press the wrench icon on top of the screen. Next, press "Texture Pack", press the plus button and choose the
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