A Minecraft screensaver with 5 different modes, including "Rotating Cube", "Minecraft Logo", "Falling Blocks", "Blockfield" and "Mob Profile". Only the "Mob Profile" mode requires Minecraft to be installed on your computer. By default, the screensaver chooses a mode randomly when it launches, but you can optionally set a preferred mode via the screensaver's settings panel, where each mode also offers other settings. The "Rotating Cube" mode features a spinning grass cube, though the block type can be customized. "Falling Blocks" shows various types of blocks falling down the screen, and "Blockfield" is similar to the classic starfield simulation screensaver but using blocks instead of stars.
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|Last scanned||1 week ago|
We have 1 file for "MCI Minecraft"
- MCI_Screensaver3_Installation.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||3.63 MB (3,811,522 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||0/15 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||1 hour ago|
User reviews (3)
Works nice and after a few personal settings, it's working quite well with my set up.
Answers to other comments...The multi-screen issue is a settings thing and you should be able to access it from the same place you set up other screen savers if not it may not have installed correctly and you'll need to find it in the program files.
only affects one screen, is there a way to have it effect all screens
can't find the minecraft directory