This post will give you information on the lumina client and it will provide the official Lumina Client Download link!
Lumina is a free and open source client found on github.
The client seems to be focused on its crystal combat modules, and claims to be a powerful ghost client.
I spoke to the owner of the client and
I was told that Lumina was started as a passion project and that this project served as a place for the owner to practise and improve on his coding skills.
I asked him what his future plans are for the client and he told me that he is currently working on a more advanced and feature filled version of the client that may be available to purchase in the future. He did not tell me when this premium version would be released or how it differs from the free version that I am looking at today.
Here are some modules offered by the client
This module automatically pops any nearby end crystals, the module has a few settings and it is pretty fast!
This module has a few mods you can choose between, Players, Hostels, All or Only crystals, the module does work, but the Kill aura or Crystal pop modules offer more settings and work better for this purpose.
Auto Double hand
This module has a surprising amount of settings and it does work fairly well, the module tries to stop you from getting double tapped by end crystals.
This module automatically attacks nearby entities and players. The module has a few settings and it does work but it is not super powerful.
This module spam places end crystals, it has a few helpful settings and it works really well especially when combined with crystal pop.
This module removes the hurt animation making crystal pvp more enjoyable, the module has no settings but it does work as intended!
In conclusion the Lumina client shows lots of potential, the pvp modules honestly are not bad if configured correctly. Unfortunately the client’s entire render system seems to be slightly broken and old, Esp does not work, the gui key has to be toggled 2 times for the GUI to open, and the gui itself is also extremely basic.
As far as I can tell the premium version of Lumina sounds like it is more advanced, offering more modules, more settings and maybe more customization options, though I have not actually used the premium version so I can’t say for sure.
I hope the free version of Lumina is not abandoned, as I said before I think the client has potential, it just needs some fixes, changes and new features!
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.