After you download TFC from this website you will probably want to go straight ahead and install it on your Windows computer or Mac. Using Windows 7 makes all this easier to install. The next 10 steps should make you resolve your whole problems about it and Minecraft should work without hiccups and glitches like sometimes it can, especially before full release.
- Download the mod you want to install
- Get TFC mod manager from this website
- Type in %appdata%
- Go to .minecraft / bin
- Open Minecraft.jar
- Delete the META INF folder
- Drag in the ModLoader files
- Open Minecraft to test
- Drag the mod files into Minecraft.jar
- Close everything and open Minecraft and enjoy
That should be it, it should work on every operating system, Windows or Mac doesn’t matter, but of course for mac you will need to find for yourself the folders and stuff, since 90% of players are using Windows it wasn’t a must to add the info about it. After 1.3 update there will be no side effects as we hope since that’s what we are looking for in this kind of game, progress updates and we make the gameplay than.
You could say im stunned, sine these is kind of preview for 1.3 and the cool thing about it is you actually get XP for mining diamond, red stone and even coal which we all need for our torches and burning houses down but only in self defense, remember that. Only the blocks you get ores from gives you experience to level up your champion or hero, whatever you call it.
- 1.3 feature in Minecraft
Getting some new blocks back from destroying it on the ground is also possible from now on, building stuff will be easier, just like with the ice blocks which you can also get. Different colors of wood is also something new to this Minecraft update which we already love so much. It’s just a joyful experience playing this game alone or with friends, still is amusing.
Writing down things in books in Minecraft
It’s possible from now on, you can’t write it in on the signs only but from now on you can do it in the books you make/ collect or even find somewhere. Just enter something cool and than press sign and close, you will have your title and creator, your registered account name. How will this new update affect Mod Loader we still don’t know but we hope there won’t be any problems.
Seven, 7 millions is a number that will be in Notch’s head for a while since there has been around 7 million copies sold of Minecraft on the PC platform. For an indie developer this is a pretty big deal, soon we won’t even find Mojang an indie studio.
Thank you all Minecrafters around the world showing such dedication and support was shared on the twitter, not only that it breaks records on PC when it comes to indie but it also made a huge deput on XBLA games on the console from Microsoft, Xbox 360 which hasn’t been a game like this, in which you create your own world and everything that comes to your mid goes right into the game. While the game was able to be played for more than 2 years already new things aren’t a rare thing in Minecraft world, multiplayer and singleplayer. Mods are coming from users, where TFC mod manager blisters. New block type has been introduced not a long time ago also singleplayer and multiplayer world are brought together in one.
Mojang has many reasons to celebrate and look forward to the future from Sweden, not only with the new game Scrolls but with all games they play to make in future.
MCMODDR or more fan called TFC mod manager is already pretty much good enough for us and serves the purpose on every level, but nothing is pefect and we would really like to see some new stuff like the ones we are gonna talk about here.
Backing up mods for Minecraft
A backup button! What would be wrong with that if you add it in and give us the choice of backing up mods and configurations or settings for each one we would like to add. Something like ” Creates a backup of your entire minecraft folder and puts it in a new folder (in the installation directory) named BACKUP ”
Just walking around in Minecraft
Undo button, another button, yes we like buttons but what can we do it’s just one of those moments when you rage about modding and stuff and you don’t have an UNDO button near you to fix the mistake you did in the present, or past. “Somehow have the program create a very quick backup before installing a mod. For instance, it could make a good backup of the Minecraft.jar right before it places files from there and saves it as something else (such as MinecraftBU01.jar in another location) ”
When we speak about undoing there should be some kind of RE DO but hey we are not so demanding we would like and good new thing or a change for this app to happen when you download it.