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GameInfo Mod 1.16.4/1.15.2 is a very useful mod for Minecraft users when it displays all crucial information on the screen. You will know all the important elements.
It is kind of necessary to have a good grasp of some crucial information about Minecraft game. By learning some, you will understand more about the gameplay. Therefore, this modification should be a must-use if you want to view all information on the screen of the game. Here are some elements you can see on the screen:
- The position of the player
- The Light Level
- The address you are observing
- The game time
- The coordination conversion for Nether or Overworld
This modification has received a wide range of changelogs through various versions. Let’s check out some:
For version 1.5.4:
- There were some fixes for elements, such as alert light level, the show days in the server.
- The sound alert was delayed.
- The disable toast alert setting was also added to the mod.
For version 1.5.2:
- There was a fix for Slime Chunk Detector.
For version 1.5.1:
- There was a fix for the Update Setting File.
For version 1.5.0:
- There was an update for version 20w21a.
- The mod now has the light low level alert.
For version 1.4.2:
- Made an update to version 20w17a.
- FPS and Tick Server are now available on HUD.
- Made a fix to Translate text.
- The World Name in deathpoints got a fix too.
For version 1.4.1:
- Added an update to version 20w16a.
- Slime Chunk indicator was added to the mod.
The requirement for GameInfo is to have Minecraft Forge installed. Make use of the mod to discover all crucial information visible on the game screen.
How to install GameInfo Mod
- You have already installed Minecraft Forge.
- Locate the Minecraft application folder.
- On windows open Run from the start menu > type %appdata% > click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT > click Go then Library in the top menu bar.
- Open the folder Application Support > look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just GameInfo Mod downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the GameInfo Mod is installed.