Read this entire post. All of it. Downloading the mods means you agree to the disclaimer. You can skip the FAQ, but if you have an issue, consult it first, before consulting us. If you have an issue answered in the FAQ or this post itself, we won't help you. At all. We reserve the right to ignore dumbasses who do not pay attention to the big bold text. Completely and utterly, ignore them. To all of you who are good boys and girls, I suggest you ignore them too, should they post.
Modding now has its own IRC channel on esper.net, #risucraft, named after the most popular modder of Minecraft, at least, most popular on the Minecraft IRC.
Disclaimer: These modifications, which will be referred to as mods, are not mine, I did not make them; all credit for these mods goes to Risugami. These mods require altering minecraft.jar, and SMP may not work with these mods installed. Some of these mods add new content, do not load worlds with this new content if the respective mod is not installed. Risugami and I are not responsible for any damage done to your computer, worlds, or your copy of Minecraft. That said, backup your worlds and bin folder!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why won't Elemental Arrows work? -A: Likely you either forgot to install ModLoader, or the texture. Q: How can I keep my custom item textures when using Elemental Arrows? -A: http://www.minecraftforum.net/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=47148&p=833844#p833844 Q: How come when I go to download from mediafire, the page just refreshes? -A: Mediafire is currently moving the file from storage to the download server, wait a minute then try again. If it doesn't work then, use the Megaupload mirror. Q: What is ModLoader? -A: http://tiny.cc/PAIN Q: Where is ModLoader? -A: http://tiny.cc/PAIN Q: How do I install ModLoader? -A: http://tiny.cc/PAIN Q: Why did you link me that image? -A: Because you can't read. What part of "read this whole post" did you not understand? Q: Why does my game freeze on the loading screen? -A: The most likely answer is you forgot to delete META-INF, or your archive tool didn't want to delete it. Q: Why does my game black screen? -A: There are a number of reasons this could happen, the most likely is that you're trying to play alpha through the browser. Mods don't work with the browser version. Q: Do these mods work with
? -A: No, they are designed for the latest version, 1.2.0_02 Q: Why don't I have purple chunks when I install Slime Fix? -A: Because Slime Fix doesn't make chunks purple, it fixes the spawning algorithm for slimes, and only does that. The purple was to show you how the algorithm was changed. Q: The AudioMod description hurt my head, is there some kind of readme that explains it in better detail? -A: Not yet, so, in the meantime, feel free to contact me about it in IRC, and I will help. Q: How come when I installed ModLoader BetterGrass stopped working? -A: Because BetterGrass also modifies ly.class, and installing ModLoader overwrote those changes. Q: How come when I installed BetterGrass after installing ModLoader Minecraft crashes? -A: See above, only BetterGrass is the one doing the overwriting now. Q: How come 7z throws out "Not implemented" OR winRAR gives me an error when I try to add stuff to the jar? -A: Likely you have used a texture pack installer that repacked the jar all wrong. Q: Where did Furnace Bucket Fix go? -A: Risugami is no longer updating Furnace Bucket Fix, as it is included in ModLoader, and it no longer works with the latest version of Minecraft. Q: How do I uninstall the mods? -A: You restore from a backup of minecraft.jar, and in case you didn't back it up, delete the version file in the bin folder, and Minecraft will redownload everything. Q: How can I best contact you or Risugami? -A: In the channel #risucraft, on the esper.net IRC. Q: Why does it say General Minecraft Mod Discussion in the topic of #risucraft? -A: Because the channel was made to help keep mod discussion out of #minecraft, in preparation for when the OPs there add a new rule against them, and start enforcing the rules again. It was named after Risugami simply because he is the most popular modder, at least, according to the IRC stats. Q: Are you Risugami? -A: No. Q: Why did you make this thread, then? -A: Because Risugami doesn't like writing walls of text. Q: What if this FAQ doesn't solve my problem or answer my question? -A: Then you can post, or contact us, preferably on IRC.
1) Open up %appdata%, if you don't know how to do this, start>run, then type in %appdata%
2) Browse to .minecraft/bin
3) Open up minecraft.jar with WinRAR or 7zip.
4) Drag and drop the necessary files into the jar.
5) Delete the META-INF folder in the jar.
6) Run Minecraft, enjoy!
1) Go to Applications>Utilities and open terminal.
2) Type in the following, line by line:
cd ~ mkdir mctmp cd mctmp jar xf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar3) Outside of terminal, copy the class files into the mctmp directory.
4) Back inside terminal, type in the following:
rm META-INF/MOJANG_C.* jar uf ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/bin/minecraft.jar ./ cd .. rm -rf mctmp5) Run Minecraft, enjoy!
Light Sensor 1.11
The Light Sensor mod adds a new craftable block, that is a new input for redstone mechanisms. It turns on if it is hit with a sufficient amount of light. It is crafted with five redstone powder in a + shape, with four iron, one in each corner. Requires ModLoader.
Elemental Arrows 1.42
The Elemental Arrows mod adds four new types of arrows; explosive arrows, fire arrows, ice arrows, and a joke weapon, egg arrows.. They are crafted the same way as normal arrows, but the head is replaced based on the element; gunpowder for explosive, coak for fire, bucket of water for ice, and egg for, well, egg. Crafting an explosive arrow only gives you one arrow, and it explodes upon impact. Crafting a fire arrow gives you one arrow, that will ignite stuff upon impact. Crafting an ice arrow gives you four arrows, that will freeze water into ice, lava springs into obsidian, put out fire, and break torches. Egg arrows spawn chickens upon impact with the ground, but there's a secret too. Includes custom icons for the arrows! Requires ModLoader. To all fellow modders, we please ask you to stop extending upon these arrows. As it is, you're going to start having serious conflicts if you keep it up, or run out of space on items.png.
More Stackables 1.11
This mod makes buckets and food stackable up to 16 in stack, saddles, doors, and signs up to 8 in a stack, minecarts and boats up to 4 in a stack. When stacked, food and buckets are unusable, however, everything else is. This is great for storage and for using workbenches, chests, or furnaces, as you no longer will dump the bucket or consume your food!
More Worlds 1.01
This mod adds 5 more worlds to the singleplayer menu.
Slime Fix 1.01
Fixes the spawning of slimes, from the random strips in which they will rarely spawn, to random chunks in which they're more likely to spawn, as Notch intended. (He switched the y and z axes in his calculation).
A mod, kind of like a mod manager, that stops conflicts with mods that alter rendering(kx.class), recipes(dw.class), static references(di.class and ly.class), add entities(ew.class), smeltables or fuel. If you're a modder, feel free to decompile this and learn how to make mods work with it. Inherit BaseMod and override any functions as necessary. The mod's main class file should be prefixed with 'mod_'.
Sign Tags 1.3
Type [time] into a sign, and it will show the current time. You can also type [x], [y], or [z] and find the current position of the sign in regards to that axis. [a|b] is a redstone input function for signs, where text replacing 'a' will be shown when the sign is powered, otherwise 'b' is shown. Type [light], and it will show you the current light level of the sign's position. [biome], [temp], [humid] each tell you the biome you're in, the temperature of that area, and the humidity of that area, respectively.
Death Chest 1.02
When you die, if you have a chest in your inventory, it will be placed where you die, or in the closest available spot. The chest will be filled with as many items as possible. Items stored in the crafting slot are still lost, as usual, and any excess that won't fit in the chest will be dropped.
AudioMod is an upgrade of sorts, and a modder's utility. Included in this mod is CodecIBXM, created by Paul at www.paulscode.com, who is the creator of the sound system used in Minecraft. It allows Minecraft to play-in addition ogg, wav and mus files-xm, s3m, and mod files. The only readily available feature of this mod is the ability to add new music, however, it adds support for modders to add new records and sound effects. There is a slight increase in load time when using this mod. Using this, you can also use custom sounds, alongside the originals. Custom music and sound goes into the resources folder, music in mod/music. Custom sounds go into mod/sound. For example, if I were to add a new footstep sound effect to stone, I'd put the new stone1.ogg in mod/sound/step. In game, the new sound would occasionally be played, alongside the originals. Custom sounds for things like the menu click and water do not always work, at the moment.
More mods to come!