I found an Eaglecraft Repl once that when you ran it you had to check a box saying “I am aware that this project violates the Mojang Terms of Service.” I asked about it. I don’t remember if I got a response but if I did it was not a satisfactory one.
also people don’t seem to understand that, even though the github/gitlab said it was not against tos, that did not refer to the compiled client files, which do violate mojang/minecraft tos and are at risk of DMCA. so if you are like “bb-b–b-b-b-but it said does not contain mojang source code!!!” well you’re pretty dumb to not realize the compiled client contains minecraft in it. the gitlab however had no reason to be DMCA’d and i’m pretty upset about that because it was perfectly ok to keep up…
wait, i have a question, what if “I” use eaglercraft as a base for a all new minecraft “ripoff” type of game? like take minicraft for example, they used minecraft as a base and added stuff like emerald and ruby tools, so is it okay for a new game, which uses eaglercraft as a base, instead of the actual game?
The problem is that… You can’t. It’s a violation of your district and Replit’s rules, and you could get into serious trouble for doing that. I understand, and i have had similar thoughts in school about accessing games or unblocked sites, but believe me, grades are more important than games and if its blocked, your teachers wouldn’t give you good grades (indirect proportionconnection) bc of your bad impression on them. Focus on schoolwork, games can come later at home.