IndustrialCraft Mod for Minecraft
Industrial Craft Provides power to your Minecraft, which you would create, store and also distribute, via various kinds of equipment as well as wiring that enables you to automate a lot of processes of play and also combine it along with other mods like BuildCraft Mod and produce a brand new kind of game in Minecraft. Introduces many functions across a number of areas in Minecraft, as well as resource processing, mining, agriculture and the player’s armory its. Industrial Craft provides a lot of equipment to Minecraft that help the player to automate and also improve efficiency.
Long promised, now finally arrived: AudioMod support :biggrin.gif:
-Nuke and ITNT now will properly explodes upon gettign redstone’d
-Fixed punching people with tools (SMP) resulted in duplication of said tools
-Fixed WaterMills eating buckets.. in SMP
-Removed the annoying “Store Called” Console print
-Fix for WindMills crashing upon rightclick in SMP
-Nuclear Reactors won’t fake client-sided explosions in SMP anymore.
-Included the LagSpikeOfDeath fix for the IC-world-file. It reduces the amount of autosaves which caused severe lag to some people.
-AUDIOMOD SUPPORT! Read the installation instructions on how to enable IC sounds.
How to install IndustrialCraft Mod?
- Search for a webpage having mod on it, locate the link for the download. Proceed to downloading by clicking on the link. You are advised to leave the description page open in case you want to refer to it. Click on the open new tab. Find your minecraft file, in case you are on Windows 7 or 8, you can easily find it in C:\Users\(your username)\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft; for linus users trace it in your home folder; Mac users should go ahead to Library, Application Support, minecraft. Find the folder with the recent version, get the jar file opened with the version by the assistance of WinRAR or some other program of its kind.
- Some mods cannot work without other programs. Get all these mods, proceed to open them with a zip program.
- At this point unzip the folder, continue by copying the file in the mod folder to the minecraft.jar.
As far as the steps above have been carried out you can go ahead and test your mod.