64.0.0.661.AppImage And Run It



This launcher was modified in 2020 to utilize primarily an artificial Java Native Interface to communicate to Minecraft: Bedrock Edition. This 32bit Launcher was also portable to arm64 and x86_64 shortly after it was released on the Google Play Store.



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Prebuilt AppImage binary's for Linux the x86_64, x86, hardfloat and armv8 are available here. After downloading simply open terminal, chmod +x Minecraft_Bedrock_Launcher-x86_64.0.0.661.AppImage and run it. With certain Filemanagers you will be able to launch it with a double click similar to running an *.exe file on Windows. Otherwise run it from a Terminal ./Minecraft_Bedrock_Launcher-x86_64.0.0.661.AppImage



If this is your first time installing an AppImage, you will need an Icon in your Startmenu



- install AppImageLauncher Run the AppImage like before - AppImageLauncher will ask you to integrate it, click yes. You will be able to start and update the Launcher right from your startmenu



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You can also install mcpelauncher on Linux via Flathub. To install it, you must first setup Flatpak then run



If this is the first time you have installed a Flatpak Please sign out of your Computer and log again to locate the Launcher in your startmenu. To run it, run



macOSP



Prebuilt macOS binaries are available here. IfServer statwon't work.

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