What is Quadrum
Quadrum is creaetd by dmillerw
THIS MOD CURRENTLY REQUIRES ResourceLoader!
Full usage of this mod can get a little complex, so I encourage you to refer to the documentation on the wiki (Links bellow). In short though, upon first running your game, a block and an item directory can be found in your config folder inside the 'Quadrum' folder. Everything to do with Quadrum happens here.
Inside those block and item folders, you will store your JSON files that dictate what blocks/items should be created (info on that below)
If any part of this or the provided documentation is confusing, please, let me know!
Because Minecraft needs more stuff!
In these days of MineTweaker and other mods that allow mod-pack creators to customize mods to their heart's content, there's one glaring gap in the tool-set that these authors have. Try as they might, the ability to simply add new items and blocks without knowledge of Java is something that has simply been lacking. Fortunately, that's exactly where Quadrum comes in. By itself, it provides a simple method to add blocks/items with custom properties. Combined with other tweak mods that exist, you have some endless possibilities.
- Adding Items
- Adding Blocks
- Handling Resources
Since this mod was intended for mod packs then I am gonna go ahead and say it's allowed in packs providing that it meets the following criteria. If so go ahead!
To install the mod simply have forge installed and add it to the mods folder. Load up Minecraft and then look in the config folder to which you should see a 'Quadrum' folder in there is everything you need to start adding your own blocks and items. Need help doing so? Look at the documentation.
Mod Packs must...
- Not edit the source code without permission
- Not make any money from the pack using adfly or other methods
- Link back to this page (Optional)
How to install Mod:
(1) Install the version of Minecraft Forge that corresponds with the mod
(2) Download the Mod.
(3) Drop the entire zipped file into your mods folder (Search %appdata% on your PC then go into .minecraft, then mods(create this folder if it is not there))
(4) Open Minecraft and make sure your profile is set to Forge
(5) Start Minecraft and enjoy!
For Minecraft 1.7.10 (updating)
For Minecraft 1.8, 1.8.9 (updating)
For Minecraft 1.9, 1.9.4 (updating)
For Minecraft 1.10 (updating)
For Minecraft 1.10.2