You take 9 pieces of uncooked pork and place them in the crafting grid like so to create a ham block.
Place the ham block back into the crafting grid to get a stack of 9 uncooked pork back thanks to the magic of time and space compression.
Mod is (finally!) updated to 1.3.2. A couple of features had to be disabled due to incompatibility for now, but the mod now uses Forge and uses no sprites and significantly less block IDs. Also, Ham! is now SMP compatible.
Texture Pack Support:
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This Mod requires Minecraft Forge.
Client Installation Instructions:
1. Install Minecraft Forge
2. Download the Ham.jar file.
3. Place the Ham.jar in your .minecraft/mods/ folder. If you don't have a mods folder, create one in your .minecraft folder.
Server Installation Instructions:
1. Set up a server using the minecraft_server.jar
2. Install Minecraft Forge onto the server by putting the files into your minecraft_server.jar. DO NOT delete META-INF.
3. Download the Ham.jar file.
4. Place Ham.jar in your server's "mods" folder. If there isn't a mods folder in the folder your server is in, create one.
When playing Ham! in SMP, make sure the client and server config files have matching IDs or Bad Things will happen.
When you first start up the modded game, this mod will generate a file called Ham.cfg in the .minecraft/config/ folder (or the equivalent in your server's config folder). You can edit this file to change block IDs or to change other settings.
If fourChops is set to true, you can craft blocks out of four porkchops instead of nine. It is set to false by default.
If eatableBlocks is set to true, Ham and Bacon blocks, slabs, and stairs will become eatable. Ham and Bacon blocks will support up to 9 bites and will not drop when destroyed in this mode, but can be built on each other if you have full food. Set to false by default.
If blastProof is set to true, all the new blocks added by this mod will become immune to explosions. Handy if you don't want creepers ruining your dinner parties. Set to false by default.
By default, the blockIDs used are 200-206. The itemIDs used are 6000-6004. If this conflicts with any major mods, let me know and I might change the default settings. Otherwise, it's up to you to fix any ID conflicts.
Many thanks to:
Notch, for making Minecraft
birjolaxew and nicaetinismo, for teaching me how to mod
The Forge team for making the best API ever
Chris Barischoff, for the new bacon texture
Blagob, for making the new ham texture and supplying me with a lot of ideas
The_Grable, laijka, GordyTheOverlord, and Ozonepheonix, for supplying me with ideas
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