Minecraft Forge API Minecraft (1.7.2/1.6.4)

Minecraft forge is the mod that you will really need because Minecraft Forge will allow other mods to work on your client and work correctly. For example, BuildCraft and RedPower mods will need minecraft forge to work.

Minecraft forge is an minecraft API which provides extra modding capabilities. These capabilities have been added to provide support for the different mods using the Forge. You only need to do this once for all mods requiring it. Note that certain mod may include Minecraft Forge in their code, in which case you don’t have to install the forge, but it’s no harm to add it on top of the existing installation.

Minecraft Forge API Features:

  • Infinite terrain and sprite indexes
  • Support two-pass rendering
  • Custom redstone connection direction
  • Override block replacement/deletion
  • Secondary properties for block (isNormal, isReplaceable, isAir, isBurning)
  • Allow an item to have the first callback on a mouse click
  • Custom explosion resistances by block and direction
  • Custom filled buckets
  • Custom armors
  • Modification of list of mineable objects
  • Advanced configuration files
Download Link:

Download Minecraft Forge API for Minecraft

Credits: LexManos

Installation:
  • Download Minecraft Forge API.
  • Open .minecraft folder.
  • Navigate to the bin folder.
  • Open minecraft.jar and the Forge version you downloaded with with winrar or any other appropriate archive software.
  • Transfer all contents from Minecraft Forge into the minecraft.jar
  • Remember to delete the META-INF folder from the minecraft.jar!
  • Close both windows, minecraft.jar and Forge.
  • Done!

For Windows users, you just have to run install.cmd. If you’re on linux, you need to copy files and apply patch manually for now, A install.sh for linux users too is on the way.

29 thoughts on “Minecraft Forge API Minecraft (1.7.2/1.6.4)

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    • 11JRidding

      JDK is Java’s Development Kit. You don’t need it for Minecraft Forge, but you do need it for making mods for Minecraft. Again, you don’t need it if you aren’t a modmaker

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  22. BlueJay

    Sorry, I’m using Minecraft 1.5.2 for both client and server. Again, any help related to this problem is greatly appreciated.

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