What's up my fellow memers, its ya washed up dev here. Now, the title may sound clickbaity but I assure you that its all true!
Mimic is a tool that is essentially the League (pregame) client for your phone. By installing a lightweight bridge on your desktop, you can accept queue, pick champions and get into game anywhere. Imagine accepting queue while on the shitter, checking the mail or getting something to drink! Oh, and it's open source too!
Oh, and you can accept queue pops from TFT too. Get something to drink without missing your queue and having to wait all over again.
Want fancy screenshots and a full list of features? Check out mimic.lol
- Creating a new lobby
- Accepting invites
- Inviting others/toggling invite permissions/selecting/getting into queue (basically all lobby things except chat)
- Accepting or declining ready check
- Preselecting/hovering a champ
- Banning a champ
- Picking a champ
- Seeing the picks of others (obviously, wouldn't really be useful without this)
- Changing summoner spells
- Changing and editing rune pages
- On ARAM: rerolling and choosing from the reroll bench
How does it work?
You download a little tool called Conduit for your desktop. Once you start league, you receive a 6 digit code. Simply browse to app.mimic.lol on your phone, enter the code, and boom, you're in. No install or anything needed from your phone.
Isn't that dangerous? Can't you see my sexy dms with my friends now?
All traffic is fully end-to-end encrypted between your desktop and your phone. Even if I wanted to see your deepest and darkest chat secrets, I wouldn't be able to.
How about Rito? Will I get banned for using this client?
Mimic conforms to both the general Riot Developer policies and the League Client development policies, and it is registered on Riot's developer portal. While this doesn't mean that Riot explicitly approves the application or supports it in any way, it makes it increasingly unlikely that using this application will risk your account. This comment by RiotSargonas explains more about Riot's approach to applications like this one. That being said, I made sure to get explicit approval for both the promo site and the actual application, so you should be good to go.
Sounds amazing! How do I get started?
Check out the download on mimic.lol. That page also contains information on how to get started.
TLDR: Check out the fancy site I spent a lot of time making please. It'd make me very happy 😀
Think Mimic is neat? You may be interested into other open-source programs I made:
Deceive: Appear offline and dodge all the silvers you have in your friends list but can't remove.
- Sentinel: Get desktop notifications a la WhatsApp or Steam when you receive a message or invite in League.
- Crescendo: Automatically mute the League client after you've accepted the queue. Save your ears from PHOOOOOOOOOM.
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