This blog post was written to provide you with the official Jex client download link, and a full client review!
Jex is a utility client built for anarchy servers, Jex also offers its users a wide range of pvp modules and the client was built with fabric so it is compatible with other useful mods like baritone!
Jex also has a plugin system that allows users to add their own custom client addons.
Jex offers its users both Utility and pvp modules, to start let’s take a look at a few of the most used pvp related modules.
Here are some modules offered by the client
This module automatically places respawn anchors, charges them with glow stone and then blows them up if you are in the overworld.
The module has a few settings but is not nearly as customizable as other clients I have reviewed.
This module stops you from dying by automatically placing totems in the players offhand, the module works but it isn’t anything special the module can also be used as an offhand of sorts but it again lacks settings when compared to other clients.
This module places and destroys end crystals, the module has a few settings and works okay but it definitely isn’t as good as Meteor or other clients.
This module attacks nearby players with a weapon, the module works well and actually has quite a few settings!
This module surrounds your feet in obsidian to protect you from end crystal explosions, the module works but again lacks settings.
This module lets you set custom messages that will be sent out when you are killed.
This module automatically eats godapples when you are low health.
This module syncs the client with the server’s tps, this makes modules like kill aura perform better when the server is lagging.
In conclusion Jex is an interesting Minecraft 1.19.2 client, The client has a good mix of both PVP and utility hacks for its users.
Unfortunately a lot of the clients modules seem to lack customization options.
Jex has an addon system and a customizable and interesting looking GUI.
The client also has a click and drag hud editor but it is a little frustrating because modules cannot be toggled only moved around.
It is also worth noting that Jex is not compatible with sodium. While sodium isn’t essential, I know a lot of you like to use it and not being able to use Sodium with Jex might put some people off of using the client.
But if you aren’t put off by this and you think the client looks cool I would recommend giving the client a try.
The linked video below is part of my CCO (Complete Client Overview) series, a segment I curate on my gaming-centric YouTube channel. This particular episode embodies my commitment to thoroughly test and review various clients to provide you with a convenient, comprehensive overview.
Through this series, I aim to assist and guide my audience by sharing valuable information, making it easier for you to choose a Minecraft Client. Whether you’re a seasoned gamer or new to the scene, these episodes are crafted to be an essential resource for your convenience and informed decision-making.
When you click the download button below, you’ll be directed to a link locker. Here, you’ll encounter simple tasks that aim to grant you access to the download link. These tasks are essential in covering the hosting costs for this website.
Upon choosing a task, all that’s needed is to let your computer remain idle for around 30 seconds to a minute. The task will automatically mark as completed without requiring any actual action from you.
After this, you’ll seamlessly be redirected to the official client website. Here, you can easily proceed with the download process.