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  1. 18 downloads

    Minecraft Forge API is an open-source utility or mod-layer for Minecraft versions 1.11.2, 1.12, 11.12.1 and 11.12.2 packed with modification features that equip both developers and players with modding capabilities. Players and developers can use the Minecraft Forge tool to reduce existing Minecraft mod incompatibilities or iron them out completely. An example of its effective use would be players installing multiple mods with similar functionality without experiencing any errors or glitches, while developers can connect their mods without having to worry about any conflicts with other connected mods. Install Instruction: All new Minecraft Forge versions come standard with in-built installers. The installation steps below apply to v1.5.2 and previous versions: Download the latest available version of Minecraft Forge. Unzip the .jar file and run it. Select Install Client, the installer will automatically find the standard Minecraft mods folder. Let the installer finish. Open you Minecraft launcher and check if a new profile has been created. If a new profile "Forge" is created, select it and run Minecraft. Follow the steps below if a new profile is not created after you've installed the Forge mod: Open the Minecraft launcher. Go to edit you profile. Under which version of Minecraft you want to associate with you profile select the Forge version (bottom of the list). Save your profile. Run the game.


  2. 5 downloads

    Mouse Tweaks replaces the standard RMB dragging mechanic, adds two new LMB dragging mechanics and an ability to quickly move items with the scroll wheel. Everything can be enabled and disabled in the configuration file or in Forge's mod options menu. Configuration file: .minecraft/config/MouseTweaks.cfg RMB Tweak Very similar to the standard RMB dragging mechanic, with one difference: if you drag over a slot multiple times, an item will be put there multiple times. Replaces the standard mechanic if enabled. Configuration setting: RMBTweak=1 Hold your right mouse button Drag your mouse around the crafting grid You can drag your mouse on top of existing items LMB Tweak (with item) Lets you quickly pick up or move items of the same type. Configuration setting: LMBTweakWithItem=1 Hold your left mouse button to pick up an item Drag your mouse across the inventory. Items of the same type will be picked up Hold shift and drag. Items of the same type will get "shift-clicked" MB Tweak (without item) Quickly move items into another inventory. Configuration setting: LMBTweakWithoutItem=1 Hold shift, then hold your left mouse button (Mouse cursor is not visible for some reason) Drag your mouse across the inventory. Items will get "shift-clicked" (Mouse cursor is not visible for some reason) Wheel Tweak Scroll to quickly move items between inventories. When you scroll down on an item stack, its items will be moved one by one. When you scroll up, items will be moved into it from another inventory. Configuration setting: WheelTweak=1 Configuration setting: WheelSearchOrder=1 When you scroll up, the mod will search for items from last to first (when this is set to 1) or from first to last (when this is set to 0). Configuration setting: WheelScrollDirection=0 Set this to 1 to invert the default scroll actions. So, when set to 1, scrolling down will pull the items and scrolling up will push the items. Configuration setting: OnTickMethodOrder=Forge, LiteLoader Mouse Tweaks can use multiple APIs for an OnTick method that it requires. You can use this setting to control the API it prefers. This shouldn't really matter at all. If a method isn't supported (for example, you don't have the API installed) the mod will proceed to check the next ones.


  3. 9 downloads

    This mod adds support for HD textures and a lot of options for better looks and performance. Doubling the FPS is common. OptiFine HD B6 Ultra for Minecraft 1.11.2 (has all the features of Standard, Smooth, Multi-Core and AA, highly configurable) The Chocapic13 Shader pack adds shaders to Minecraft allowing for full lighting support with dynaminc shadows, realistic lighting and much more. This mod might requires Forge Mod in order to run. This mod works well with John Smith Legacy texture pack. Install Instructions: Download the files and extract them to any folder Start the Minecraft launcher and go to "Edit Profile" Click on the "Open Game Dir" button. Put OptiFine_1.11.2_HD_U_B6.jar in the mods folder (if there is no mods folder, create one) Put the three .zip files in the shaderpacks folder (if there is no shaderpacks folder, create one) Go back to the launcher and close the options window Start Minecraft Go to Options -> Video Settings -> Shaders Choose one of the shader packs and click Done And your Done. Try the other two packs and choose the one that suits you


  4. 7 downloads

    What is "Sildurs shaders"? Sildur's Shaders is an extension of GLSL shader mod. This shaderpack adds several effects to the game, like shadows, volumetric lighting, bloom and water reflections. Unlike other shaderpacks, Sildur's Shaders is designed to work on all graphics cards and computers, including Macs, while still delivering a great graphical experience. See below for screenshots and download links. I run this shader as my default one. Recommended version is "high". It looks awesme and the video below was made with this shader mod.


  5. 7 downloads

    Note: This is the full version of Minecraft so you still need a Mojang account to login and run the game. Here's a fully working version of Minecraft that can be run from a thumb-drive if you are like me and want to be able to take Minecraft with you anywhere. It works by adding the data folder to the portable folder with the help from a .bat file. You can even run resource packs with it and connect to realms. The launcher downloads the latest version of Minecraft so there should be no problem. Screenshots are taken using the portable version, playing 1.11.2 on my own realm. Install Follow the steps below to install. Download the .zip file and unpack it. Rename the folder to anything you want Run the .bat file that is located inside the folder. This will update the .exe file inside the Bin folder and start the launcher Run the bat file every time you want to launch the game. This makes sure that files are saved in the portable folder. There you go. Take MC with you and play it with your settings and resourcepacks from anywhere.


  6. How to allocate more memory for Minecraft: Because many people ask this question here's a little guide on how to give Minecraft more RAM memory to work with. Normaly Minecraft works fine with his 1GB RAM. But if you allocatte more memory, you can better some situations: More RAM for texture pack buffering (128x ++) More RAM for singleplayer and multiplayer maps buffering (less reloading) Better working with RAM intensive mods Faster map rebuild What do I have to do? Minecraft Launcher: Since Minecraft version 1.6.X you can use the new launcher. With this, it is possible to integrate Java commands directly into the game. Here is what you have to do: Download and execute the new launcher In the section "Launch options" select your profile (you may have to activate "advanced settings" to continue) activate "JVM Arguments" and edit the text area that says "-Xmx1G" at the very beginning. Change that to desired RAM, best is to choose half of your machines installed RAM. If you have 8 GB RAM then change the 1 to 4 so it would instead look like "-Xmx4G". And that's it. You have now changed the RAM amount that Minecraft is allowed to allocate and use.
  7. Hey everyone. Thought I would share how to get Minecraft 1.12.2 up and running with Forge, shaders and mods all running from a custom folder, not the .minecraft folder in your hidden user folder. First and foremost, make sure you have installed Minecraft and downloaded the 1.12.2 (latest release when this was written) in to you games folder. For the purpose of this guide we are going to install our Minecraft into "D:\Minecraft". Then create a folder in your newly installed Minecraft called whatever you want, we are going to call it "gamefiles", so the path would look like this "D:\Minecraft\gamefiles". The process thereafter is pretty simple and straight forward. Just follow the few steps below and you will be up and running in not time. Installing Forge Download the Forge mod loader and choose the one for Minecraft 1.12.2 and install it. Make sure you have Java installed on your system or it will not work. The install will show the .minecraft as install location, that's fine, just click next and let it finish. When Forge is complete, go to your Minecraft folder and launch the game. Right to the big green "Play" button there should now be a new profile called Forge that you can choose by clicking the small up-arrow. Choose it. Next, in the Minecraft launcher, go to Launch Options and click on the forge profile. This will open up the settings for that profile. Leave everything as it is (you can change resolution if you want to) except for the "Game directory" option, click the toggle button and then the browse button, go to the folder you created earlier (gamefiles) and click OK. Now we have specified from which folder Forge will run mods and files from. Now start you Minecraft game with the forge profile to see so everything works. The forge launcher should open and count all files and then launch the game. If no errors occur everything is fine so far. Installing Shaders Download the Optifine with Chocapic Shaders pack and choose the version for Minecraft 1.12.2. Download them to any folder outside you Minecraft install folder or create a temp folder inside the "gamefiles". Unzip the file 2 and put the .jar in the mods folder, if there is no mods folder then create one. The path should look like this "D:\Minecraft\gamefiles\mods" Then unzip the file called "shaderpacks" and move the entire folder into your Minecaft\gamefiles folder so the path looks like this "D:\Minecraft\gamefiles\shaderpacks" And that's it. The files will now be loaded by Forge mod from your custom folder and there's no need to ever use the .minecraft folder again, and this way everything stays as it is in case something happens and you need to reinstall Windows. There one more step though, to activate the shaders in game you will have to launch the game and go to Options>Video>Shaders and choose one of them. Don't worry if the game freezes, it's just loading the shaders and it can take a minute. Let me know if anything isn't working, also let me know if found this guide useful.
  8. A quick tutorial on how to install Minecraft texture packs. Download any texture pack from our resource library (or any other site) Run Minecraft. If you already have Minecraft running, make sure you save and quit the world: you need to at least be in the main menu to continue. Click Texture Packs button, or Resource Packs button depending on you Minecraft version. (If you do not see it, go to Options) Click Open Texture Pack Folder or Resource Packs Folder button; this will open the folder where Minecraft stores all texture packs Copy the downloaded .zip file to the folder that opens The texture pack should show up in Minecraft after a few seconds.
  9. 11 downloads

    These Resource Packs are only compatible with the Minecraft 1.12 releases, they have been tested with OptiFine and Sildurs Vibrant Shaders, these are not required but do add some nice features like Connected Textures (CTM), Better Skies, Random Mobs, Custom Colours, Shaders and lots more. They've not been tested with any other game mod, sorry I cannot help or support other untested mods. Seems to work fine with shaders.


  10. 6 downloads

    This resource pack is the unofficial pack of the Wynncraft MMO made in to Minecraft. Textures are made to resemble a fantasy like style, a mix of dungeons and dragons, medieval and the like of that. There are two pack in the download, they compliment each other and should be placed in the order as seen in the screenshot. The texturepacks are for Minecraft 1.10 but works fine in 1.11.x. If textures are missing in 1.11.x you can compliment by adding any other texture pack in the bottom of the "Selected Resource Pack" slot in the games options menu. If you haven't played Wynncraft then visit this site and try it out. It's a great and huge Minecraft MMO world.


  11. 3 downloads

    A mix between rustic and medieval that tries to add detail while still (hopefully) retaining the original feel of minecraft. Tries to stay close to the default textures in terms of overall structure and color, though it is a bit more vibrant. Install Instruction: Download the .zip file and put it in your Minecrafts "resourcepacks" folder. Run the game and go to Resources and choose the texture pack.


  12. 3 downloads

    A simple 32x32 texture pack that refines the standard textures to be a little more realistic, sharper and colorful. Install Instruction: Download the .zip file and put it in your Minecrafts "resourcepacks" folder. Run the game and go to Resources and choose the texture pack.


  13. 7 downloads

    "LB Photo Realism Reload!" is a photo realistic resourcepack based on work of Scuttles (LB Photo Realism). "Reloaded" version is very different from the original, because it uses very old textures of LBPR. The main purpose of this resourcepack is to make minecraft look not only as realistic as possible, but also to make it look beautiful and attractive to new players. LBPR Reload is pretty close to default Minecraft textures, so it won't be a big issue to start playing with it. The pack includes many 3D-models, animations and random textures.


  14. 4 downloads

    Soartex is a smooth contemporary 64x Resource Pack inspired in the Vanilla textures from Minecraft. Our textures, originally started and made by Soar49, have been developed and updated by fans over the past three years. These textures are carefully designed to be detailed, but not photo-realistic; organic, but not cartoony. Fanver is a community continuation of Soartex, a Resource Pack started by Soar49. Fans are always encouraged to contribute textures through our forum and have their work representing the amazing work of Soartex. These contributions are reviewed by graphic designers, who make friendly recommendations while providing their authors with constructive criticism on how to improve their work to the smallest detail, and ultimately determine the content of updates. Fanver is also known for being faithful to the original work of Soar49 along with being faithful to the original textures from Minecraft by giving it a smooth and clean look, with as few alterations as possible. This resourcepack works really well with Optifine and shaders. It's recommended that you use Optifine for best results.


  15. 5 downloads

    Ragecraft Faithful Resource Pack 1.11.2 is a another continuation of the popular Faithful 64×64 Resource Pack. This is an interesting traditional styled pack because, unlike the original Faithful pack, is is very often updated by its author. Ragecraft Faithful aspires to keep the feeling and style of the default Minecraft textures, while considerably improving their resolution and definition. Its 64×64 high quality resolution contributes to make it smoother and prettier than most of the other low resolution texture packs. Ragecraft Faithful is one of the best alternatives for Faithful. This Resourcepack is like Default with an own touch, however it is more detailed and has additional animations, comes with various add-ons and is fully compatible with connected textures, random mobs, custom sky, Aether II Mod and more. Ragecraft Faithful 1.11.2 is a little bit different from the original Faithful as its style is not exactly the same. As well as some enhancements like texture resolution, a few other additions have been made like slightly different UIs and modifications to a few blocks which surely most would consider positive. Even if it largely deserves its “Faithful” appellation, this pack is brightened up by a certain cartoon and colorful aspect. This new style is very enjoyable and does not impair the traditional Minecraft look. While Ragecraft really stays faithful to the default Minecraft textures, it allow us to play in a slightly different environment. This aspect is particularly visible through the furnace, jukebox, wood, piston and ore textures. In other words, this resource pack will best suit you if you enjoy vanilla textures but dislike the regular low resolution of the game.


  16. 4 downloads

    NaturalRealism is a texture pack which aims to make Minecraft more realistic, by giving it a softened and refined feel. However, it manages to do this while maintaining the default 16x resolution. What this means is that you won't be losing any frames while playing with this texture pack. Additionally, this will be perfect for those who like how the game looks by default, but would like to spice things up a bit with a slight medieval/rustic feel. This texture pack works for Minecraft versions 1.11 and 1.12.


  17. 4 downloads

    Invictus is a high definition 64x graphics replacement for Minecraft with an emphasis on clean artwork and minimal detail. This project is a continuation of Soartex, a texture pack by Soar49. Invictus refines many of the elements of Soartex and adds thousands of textures.


  18. 5 downloads

    Feathercloud Deluxe x128 is a smooth blocky pack that appears to have depth. The high res and bright colors make the blocks pop and the dark minimalistic hud compliments the look of it all. It is loosely based on my earlier pack Feathercloud which was only x8 resolution. Install Instructions: Download the .zip file and put it your Minecrafts "resourcepacks" folder.


  19. 94 downloads

    A double resolution texture pack that stays faithful to the original Minecraft textures.


  20. 4 downloads


  21. 4 downloads

    Crafteryada is a 32x Resource Pack. It has an organic look themed around nature with a medieval twist, suitable for building gardens and picturesque ruins. This pack started as a 32x remake of Charlotte Pack, but after making a few textures I decided to create something entirely new and thus Crafteryada was born. Crafteryada is a vanilla pack, that means that you don’t have to install any mods to enjoy its full potential. MC Patcher and OptiFine are not required, because the pack will rely on the vanilla feature of alternate blocks. There are only a few right now, but more will come.


  22. 4 downloads

    Main idea when making Cartoon Cubes was to make a vivid and sharp pack in a low resolution. Install Instruction: Download the .zip file and put it in your Minecrafts "resourcepacks" folder. Run the game and go to Resources and choose the texture pack.


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