Minecraft mods

Currently Used Mods

WorldEdit is an easy-to-use in-game Minecraft map editor. Through a combination of commands and “brushes,” you can sculpt your world or simply perform numerous terraforming tasks. It’s wiki can be found here.

WorldEditCUI provides a client-side user interface for the WorldEdit plugin allowing you to see your selected region in-game in real time. It allows you to work more quickly and accurately with your WorldEdit selection and is especially useful when working with Polygon, Convex Hull and Cylinder selections.

Zyin’s HUD adds various utilities and enhancements to make your life easier. Designed with the advanced Minecrafter in mind. It adds your coordinates, a compass, a clock, calculates distances, shows nearby players, shows unsafe areas, shows potion durations, quick deposit eating aid, ender pearl aid, potion aid, torch aid, weapon swapper, an fps counter, displays animal info, item selector, health monitor, and dynamically displays your equipment’s durability.

Voxel Map is a minimap and worldmap mod that makes a great effort to be accurate to the colors you see in the world (and your resource pack). Display your surroundings, or view the entire (explored) world. It has useful functionality like per-dimension way-points, mob icons, teleport to way-point, and nether mapping. Optional chunk grid and biome overlay (with biome labels in full screen mode)



Step 1. Install Minecraft Forge

Minecraft Forge is a Minecraft application programming interface (API) which allows almost maximum compatibility between other Forge mods. It contains a clean room rewrite of RML (Risugami’s Modloader) which allows compatibility with modloader mods. It contains hooks into the base Minecraft files that allows modders to make their mods more advanced without editing base classes. download here

To install Minecraft Forge, double click the JAR file and “Install client”

forge installer









Step 2. Install LiteLoader

LiteLoader is another mod loader. Download both files located here and here.

To install LiteLoader, double click the EXE file.
In the “extend from” field, select “1.8-forge1.8-”
(rename the profile if you’d like)
click “OK”

liteloader install



Step 3. Install the mods

After both mod loaders are installed open up your minecraft folder (%appdata%/.minecraft) and place the folowing downloads in the mods directory (%appdata%/.minecraft/mods)

Voxel Map – download here
Zyin’s HUD – download here
WorldEdit – download here
WorldEditCUI – download here


How to run Minecraft with the newly installed mods

Now that all of the mods are installed, launch Minecraft like you normally would.  At the initial screen, on the bottom left there will be a dropdown box where you can select your profile.  Here, select the LiteLoader profile and click the Play button.

change minecraft profile


That’s it!

NOTE: If you would like to play Minecraft without any mods you can always change the profile back to the profile named (default).