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Most Popular Minecraft Mods 1 - 20 of 6,780 123456789101112 next » VoxelMap 1.7.2 2401 diamonds 2,446,160 views1,442,011 downloads3767 comments940 favoritedLast updated 7 days ago Posted 2 years ago by MamiyaOtaru 100% complete Game Version: Minecraft 1.7.2 x 10 Mod [1.6.4] Ferullo's Guns Mod [2.9.2] 1464 diamonds 1,788,060 views769,413 downloads6258 comments552 favoritedLast updated 5 months ago Posted about a year ago by f3rullo14 95% complete Game Version: Minecraft 1.6.4 x 1 [ForgeML]TNT Mod v3.0[1.6.4] *Updated* 05MAR 1161 diamonds 1,664,101 views675,605 downloads1810 comments245 favoritedLast updated about a year ago Posted 3 years ago by Navist Shape Shifter Z [SMP] [1.6.4] 929 diamonds 1,383,835 views548,166 downloads3345 comments316 favoritedLast updated 5 months ago Posted about a year ago by zacuke. Minecraft Skins. Minecraft Texture Packs. The Word of Notch. Minecraft Wiki. Setting up a server. This tutorial takes you through the steps of setting up your own server using the default server software that Mojang distributes free of charge.

Setting up a server

The software may be installed on most operating systems, including Windows, Mac and Linux. Regardless of your operating system, you must begin by downloading the server software from the minecraft download page. The server is available as either a Java .jar file or a Windows .exe file. The .exe version may seem easier to use, but in case of problems the .jar version gives better error messages and it is more configurable. Notes: Setting up a server takes some time, and some technical knowledge.

Note: There is also custom server software available, which most large servers use, but these applications are not supported by Mojang. Warning Since you're about to run your own server, you should be aware of the possible dangers. Windows instructions Verify that the latest version of Java is installed. Data values. These data values refer to the different types of blocks and items.

Data values

They are used in many, many places in Minecraft. Block IDs are used to define blocks placed in the world and inventory items (including items in chests and items dropped in the world). Item IDs are only valid for items. There are also Entity IDs for entities such as mobs and missiles. Block data further defines blocks placed, describing for example the height of water or the direction a torch points. Picture reference. [edit] IDs [edit] Horse Variants Horse entities have Type and Variant fields that determine the type and look of the horse. Variant names taken from the names of the texture file they correspond to. Giving a Type 0 horse entity a Variant value not in this chart will result in a white horse [edit] Biome IDs Biomes have been present in Minecraft since the Halloween Update, and the Biome ID is included in the Anvil file format since Minecraft 1.2. Crafting. Crafting is the method by which many blocks, tools, and materials are made in Minecraft.


In order to craft something, players must move items from their inventory to a crafting grid. A 2×2 crafting grid can be accessed from the player's inventory. A 3×3 grid can be accessed by right-clicking a Crafting Table. For some items, the arrangement of their ingredients on the crafting grid is unimportant. These are commonly known as shapeless recipes. On the other hand, many of the more important or useful game objects must have their ingredients placed in the correct relative positions on the crafting grid.

Players always have access to the 2×2 crafting grid from their Inventory screen, and this can be used whenever the screen is brought up. ↑On this wiki, shapeless recipes are marked with a pair of intertwined arrows on the crafting table graphic. [edit] MATTIS The player has the option to use a crafting table to give him/her many more choices. [edit] Console crafting system ). YouTube. Minecraft - Part 1: How to Survive the First Night. Welcome to Minecraft - Episode 001 - The Basics.