Minecraft Forge API download for Minecraft. Minecraft Forge is an API providing extra modding capabilities. These capabilities have been added to provide support for the different mods using the Forge. As of today, the forge contains. If you want to installed the Minecraft Forge API / compatibilty layers. You only need to do this once for all mods requiring it. Note that certain mod may include Minecraft Forge in their code, in which case you don’t have to install the forge, but it’s no harm to add it on top of the existing installation. Want to know more about this MCForge? Let’s see post below!
- Infinite terrain and sprite indexes
- Support two-pass rendering
- Custom redstone connection direction
- Override block replacement/deletion
- Secondary properties for block (isNormal, isReplaceable, isAir, isBurning)
- Allow an item to have the first callback on a mouse click
- Custom explosion resistances by block and direction
- Custom filled buckets
- Custom armors
- Modification of list of mineable objects
- Advanced configuration files
How to Install
- Download Minecraft Forge
- Open your minecraft.jar
- Drag the mod loader files over
- Delete META INF
- Drag over forge files
- Done and Enjoy!
For Windows users, you just have to run install.cmd. If you’re on linux, you need to copy files and apply patch manually for now, let me know if you got any trouble there. A install.sh for linux users too is on the way, but in the meantime, let us know if you have any setup problems.
Or just run the launcher from the command line: java -jar Minecraft.exe. And make sure you’re using the proper Forge version for your MC version. The download thread has all the info you need.
For MC 1.5.2 : http://files.minecraftforge.net/
- Update to Minecraft 1.5.2
- Tools for Modders to sign there jars
- Ability to WorldTypes to display the ‘Customize’ button and react to it
- Chunk load events for client side worlds
- Re-write of block update packets to reduce unneeded tile entity network traffic
- Registry method to allow for alternative TileEntity names
- Gave entities and tile entities access to the second render pass for translucency.
- Check in getItem() to allow lowest item ID
- “Entity already added” when using the dormant chunk cache system
- Catch exceptions in TileEntityChestRenderer
- Issues with vanilla blocks and silk touch
- Chunk manager will nolonger issue tickets over the configured limit
- TESR Culling for double chests, beacons, and enchanting tables
Credits to: LexManos
Category: Minecraft Mods