Meet the MinePhone, a fully functional ‘phone’ that fits into the palm of your blocky hand. It uses map technology that give you a 128×128 screen. The phone has a working keyboard and games! It’s very easy to get the hang of.
📱 How to open –
When you first open the phone in the world, you must sneak (crouch) to unlock the phone. You can hold the phone in your mainhand or offhand!
After sneaking you will be met with the homescreen with 8 apps to choose from. Most apps on the phone are functional!
The Selector –
It is a yellow outliner that outlines what has been selected.
Moving north, south, east, and west (W, A, S, D on computer) = Moving cursor in four directions.
Jumping = Selects what the selector is currently on (It’s like clicking on a screen).
Sneaking = Brings you to the home screen (Its like a home button).
(Most of the Apps will have similar controls)
Make sure render distance is above 13!
📱 Here is a preview of some of the phone –
Functional Apps –
The nonfunctional apps will give you an image, but won’t do anything
Nonfunctional Apps –
Extra Information –
(Not necessary to read)
Settings – As of now, you can only change the background. Three backgrounds to choose.
Notes – There is all the letters and numbers on the keyboard, there is also a enter and backspace key. There are a few extra symbols as well. Ability to save is coming soon!
Photos – Currently 4 Pictures to view.
Flappy Bird – The game I made is accidently way harder and more challenging. I’ll be very impressed if you get a score higher than 5! There is also a scoreboard that tracks your score and Highscore. The game is in BETA and sometimes you might randomly die because its on 1FPS.
Music – 4 songs to choose as of now. You can loop songs and stop songs at the bottom of the screen. Music will play even if you have left the app.
Created by Freddricc
Notice: Do NOT claim its your own, Do NOT repost on another website without credits to me. Please credit me if showcased, thank you.
Sweden by C418
Wet Hands by C418
Für Elise by Beethoven
Turkish March by Mozart
Original Apps Credits:
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