Do you install mods for Minecraft? If you do you have probably heard of the fabled Modloader! Modloader is an extremely popular mod reigning amongst the titans like Forge, which gives us the means to install mods in the first place. This idea makes it unusual because it doesn’t do much on its own but it ends up being supremely powerful because it unleashes almost all the mods you will come across. This allows for added recipes, GUI, entities, rendering options, fuel and much more. Pretty much everything you would need to a brand new mod to work!
After you install Modloader you get the keys to installing mods, the pry bar in the door that is Minecraft code. Not only does it unlock mod capability, it helps to structure the modding community to somewhat work together in an otherwise chaotic barrage. This mod doesn’t have much in regard to how to use it since its invisible until you install other mods.
ModLoader API Main Features
Adds the ability to load mods, much like the title implies
Makes mods compatible with each other more than ever before
ModLoader Pros and Cons
Pros: Adds the simple yet profoundly important ability to load code, to load mods in Minecraft
Cons: Not as vast in nature as the well-known child mod, Forge, but still widely used and important
How to Install ModLoader API
Step-by-Step Installation Guide
- Download all required API above (if any)
- Go to Start Menu, type in "%appdata%" (without qoutes) and search for .minecraft folder
- Navigate into the folder and find "minecraft.jar"
- Open minecraft.jar with WinRAR (recommend) or others
- Delete "META-INF" folder (preventing blackscreen)
- Place all .class files from Required API into minecraft.jar file
- Run Minecraft once to prompt the Mods folder to be created and close
- Navigate to the mods folder and copy the Timber Mod zip into it
- Run minecraft and enjoy!
ModLoader API Changelogs
- Updated to work for Minecraft 1.5.1
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