uNmINeD is a customizable two-dimensional Minecraft map rendering and browsing tool for Windows (⇒ download). uNmINeD is fast, easy to use, and uses simplified colors to make terrain and user-made structures more visible (⇒ examples). Scroll down and see the blog posts for screenshots, or visit the forum.
First beta releases are coming in a few weeks, probably in December.
The new version is based on .NET Core 2.1, so the minimum supported OS is Windows 7 SP1. The desktop GUI is Windows-only, but the command line version should run on recent Linux distributions and on MacOS 10.12+. It’s also possible to create a web GUI for all these platforms. Windows XP may be supported later if the code compiles for .NET 4.0 without major issues.
I can spend more time on uNmINeD in September and the coming months. Many things have been already done.
- Redesigned internals to provide full support for Minecraft 1.13 and future mods
- Reworked and highly customizable map renderer
- Cleaned GUI code
First I will release a command line tool that can be used to generate single images and map tiles for Google Maps and other web based viewers. Then comes the GUI version and some documentation.
Thank you for your patience.
I’m sorry to keep you waiting again. Minecraft 1.13 is out, and it has a new chunk format. Two new uNmINeD releases are coming with 1.13 support:
- Command line version for .NET Core that can be run on Windows, Linux and Mac
- Desktop GUI for Windows 7 or later
Sorry for the long time without a release. I haven’t had so much time for coding uNmINeD the last few months, but I have finished many features like zoom-out, caching, Forge integration (with MetaDump), and a more configurable renderer. I’m in a middle of doing some refactoring now, and porting the project to Visual Studio 2015, after that I will make a release.
New uNmINeD release is available for download.
- Added popup menu commands to map:
- Copy block id
- Copy block number
- Copy /tp location (works underground)
- Added images to block browser (textures are from latest Minecraft installed)
- Added change detection to file browser (no restart required when creating/deleting folders and worlds)
- Changed location of settings files to local application data folder (~\AppData\Local\uNmINeD\*.*)
- Fixed slow block browser