BlockScreen ?️


Note: This can only be used locally, servers generally don’t have capturable screens

First, download the latest jar, then to start:

java -Xmx5G -Xms5G -jar BlockScreen-1.0.0-all.jar

or, if you’d like to set a custom width and height in-game:

java -Xmx5G -Xms5G -DcustomBlockWidth=20 -DcustomBlockHeight=10 -jar BlockScreen-1.0.0-all.jar

making this smaller sacrifices quality, however can make the performance much more managable (This defaults to screen size ÷10 so 192 and 108 on a 1080p monitor)

On first startup, BlockScreen will automatically download and unzip the Minecraft textures and average their colours for use later. This can take a while as the download is around ~400mb.

Once in-game, take in the amazing graphics! ? BlockScreen will copy your screen into Minecraft! (if everything is black, there’s likely an issue)

You can also use some commands:

Command Usage Description
/dither Toggles dithering
/scaletype Sets the scale type, there are only really 2 distinct types which are smooth and default


First, clone this repository

git clone

Then compile with gradle

# Windows
gradlew.bat build
# Linux & MacOS
./gradlew build


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