Developed by 4J Studios and released on May 9, 2012, the Xbox 360 edition of Minecraft offered several variations from the base game, including new crafting systems, controls, local split-screen multiplayer, Xbox Live multiplayer, and in-game tutorials.
Initially released on August 16, 2011 for the Xperia Play and Android, Minecraft: Pocket Edition has since made an appearance on several mobile devices and operating systems, including iOS, Windows Phone, and Kindle Fire.
Did you know you can cheat in Minecraft? There’s a lot of different tricks you can do to force the game to let you perform cheats and hacks that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to do? Where do you get these cheats? You can simply enter your email above and you’ll get a huge list of them for free.
Are you tired of seeing those “simple” texture packs that end up being only a couple of colors that required no real effort to make? Well, let me introduce WalnutCraft to you. WalnutCraft is an original 16×16 alternative to simple texture packs, that is still easy on the eyes.
Hey guys this is my second texture pack the last one was bad so I decided to go ahead and try again. This is a “smooth” Texture pack for people who do not like the Pixelated goodness that is minecraft.
Your Destiny is unfolding. Welcome brave hero, you are a Belmont, part of a clan that has defended humanity from the grips of the Dark Lord Dracula, you must now stop him from regaining his strength before all of Minecraftia is lost to his influence, set forth and travel to his castle to fight mythical creatures, survive hoards of enemies and leap trough dangerous gaps, the town of Jova believes in you, believe in yourself for this is your destiny, please save us from this curse, you are our only hope now go… to Castlevania!
Have you ever wished minecarts and rails had received a bit more attention during development? Well that ends now! Gone are all those broken bits and in their place are a ton of new tools to build your massive rail system. If you ever cared about rails, you won’t ever look back!
1. Backup Your World!
2. Delete any old versions of the Railcraft zip files in the “.minecraft\mods” folder
3. Install Risugami’s ModLoader for MC 1.8.1
4. Install Flan’s ModLoaderMp Client Version for MC 1.8.1 – Yes, you need it even if you only want singleplayer.
5. Install Minecraft Forge Client 1.1.2 or newer (MC 1.8.1 Versions Only)
6. Download Eloraam’s Forge chunk patch and drop it into your minecraft.jar (Forge 1.1.2 Only)(Optional)
7. If you plan to use Better than Wolves, install it now (Optional)
8. For Railcraft versions 1.4.0 or later. Download the Minecart Compatibility Layer (Client) from below and extract the contents into your minecraft.jar over-top of Forge (and BTW). If you are using one of those fancy patchers, it will probably complain. The warnings can be safely ignored.
9. Download and drop the Railcraft Client zip file into the “.minecraft\mods” folder. Do not extract or attempt to place the contents into minecraft.jar!
Thanks for checking out Snow’s Craft! This is a little minimalistic texture pack that I created a few months ago and used privately. After a while I decided to make it public for everyone else to use too! I hope you enjoy it!
If there is one task in Minecraft I loathe, it is farming trees. Using BuildCraft I found myself building quite a few tree farms to get enough charcoal for my steam engines. And even with TehKrush’s “Timber!” I found myself bored with farming trees. However I did not find a way to truly automate tree farming. So I looked at a few modding tutorials and built my own tree farm equipment. The result is this mod. I hope a few people might find some use for it. And who does not love a good production chain with BuildCraft pipes.
The goal of this mod is to automate tree farming as much as possible without becoming entirely overpowered. Full automation can currently only be achieved if the mod is used in conjunction with BuildCraft.
Check that your minecraft is at version 1.8.1. If you have upgraded to 1.9 or later, you will have to downgrade to use this version of the mod. If you already have BuildCraft 2.2.4+ or IndustrialCraft 2 1.23 (along with Minecraft Forge 1.1.2) installed, you can skip directly to Step 4.
Find your minecraft.jar. On windows it will be located in %appdata%/.minecraft/bin. Backup your current minecraft.jar.
Delete the folder META-INF in your minecraft.jar. Not deleting it will cause the game to fail to start up, even if you installed everything else correctly.
Open your minecraft.jar with WinRAR or 7zip. Drag and drop the contents of the zip file for ModLoader into the .jar. Proceed to do the same for ModLoaderMP and then for Minecraft Forge. You have to install the mods in this exact order!
Add forestry-client-A-18.104.22.168.jar to your mod folder in %appdata%/.minecraft/mods. This is also where the files for BuildCraft and IndustrialCraft 2 should be located.
Step 5 (optional):
Test your installation by launching the minecraft client. Press the button “Login” in the launcher and wait for the main menu to appear. Now check the file ModLoader.txt in %appdata%/.minecraft/. You should find a line that says “FEIN: Mod Loaded: “mod_Forestry 22.214.171.124″ from mod_Forestry.class” or something similar. If the file does not mention Forestry, something is amiss.