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- If you're interested in Beta Testing, or doing a Mod Spotlight, please see the "Features: Planned:" spoiler below for details.
Development Video Playlist:
Dev Vid #01 : Dual-Wielding
Dev Vid #02 : Arrow Test 1
Dev Vid #03 : Arrow Test 2 + Fire Interactions
As the banner suggests, my goal with this mod is to make it both engaging and quite difficult at the same time. I really miss the element of survival and the fright of hearing cave sounds for the first time, and hope to bring them back to stay with this mod. Waves of zombies that can simply be knocked away just doesn't seem to cut it anymore.
This mod intends to expand many existing parts of minecraft, as well as add totally new ones. However, I will also make sure that all of those features will be balanced, with the single-player experience as well as a multi-player server in mind.
I have been planning this mod for a very long time, and so most of the features have been planned and thought through already. Think of it like a mod-pack, but one mod made by one person. Many of the features that would be seperate on other mods/modpacks will be interdependent in this one.
Please be aware that many of the features that I've thought of have been made into mods already; no copying was intended. I will also be removing a few parts of the original minecraft (ex. Iron Golems), or completely revising them (Enchanting, Beds, ...).
Also, as the topic title suggests, this mod will be a jar mod, and thus will NOT be compatible with any mods, including those using forge or any modloader. I'd rather have mod this be its own thing.
Even though most of the mod has been planned out already, I am still open to suggestions.
Criticism is also welcome.
Features (+ Pictures):
P/HAQ: Previously/Hypothetically Asked Questions
Changelog: Last Update: February 11th, 2014
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Mykrominer - (Coder, Modeller, & Texture Artist)
Special thanks to Mojang and the team who made MCP, ofcourse.
Credit to Obsidian Dawn for their photoshop brushes.
Thanks to the MinecraftCoalition (wiki.vg/) for their useful pages.