[Minecraft 1.2.5] [SMP] Modern Warfare Mod v1.0.1Minecraft Mods [ July 04, 2012 at 9:19 AM ] 5,775 Views
Modern Warfare 1.0.1
With jet packs, flamethrowers, and over 101 new ways to kill yourself.
SDK’s mods have been my modding inspiration since I first began releasing them. His mods pushed me to make my mods as perfect and well thought out as I could possibly imagine. However, SDK has not updated his mods in over 3 months. I have taken his ideas, re-coded every aspect, and put it all together for you to enjoy. In the long run, this mod is now more stable than in any of his releases, and includes many new features which I have added. But if you have never heard of these features, boy, you are missing out.
Modern Warfare combines SDK’s utility mod, gun mod, and grappling hook mod into one major, stable, powerful addition. All the primary code I have re-typed into an easy, readable format, and I plan to update this mod with features at least once a month. Let’s go through the list of features.
Jet packs are one of the most powerful features of this mod. By crafting iron and oil, you are granted with this wonderful piece of equipment. In order to use it, simply fill a bucket with oil, and double press+hold the space bar. Your character will fly in the air, leaving sparks of fire behind. Be careful, though, it’s a long fall if you run out of oil!
Have trouble getting around? Simply craft an ATV, and put it on the ground. Right click to get on, and you can ride on as rough of terrain as you like. You can even mount guns to the ATV, just press ‘I’ (configurable) to add weapons. Press space (configurable) to shoot!
With scuba gear, you can explore the ocean for as long as you want, without the fear of losing oxygen. With the high-tech MineAir pressurized tanks, you can stay underwater for hours without losing a single heart.
All Minecrafters could use a thrill. Although jumping off cliffs may be fun, it usually isn’t for your health. With the parachute, glide down to safety by pressing the ‘P’ key (configurable), and you will not even break a sweat.
*Night vision goggles
It’s never fun when the zombies come out. Especially because you can’t always see them. Simply put the goggles in the helmet armor slot, and after pressing ‘N’ (configurable) you will be able to see your dark surroundings no problem.
There’s never a way to know when a creeper may be sneaking up on you. Lucky for you, place one of the 10+ different kinds of sentry guns behind you, and the creepers will be dust before you even turn around. These can also be configured to kill animals.
Need to craft up a sword, but don’t have a crafting table? Take a CraftingPack with you! Either right click it or press ‘C’ (configurable) with it in your inventory, and a full 3×3 crafting grid will appear. Yippee!
There’s something about lighting TNT that makes you feel good. Feel even better by lighting a nuke! With a blast diameter of over 20 blocks, it never gets old.
Host a server? Prepare to have the worst griefing problem you’ve ever experienced. Explosives no longer have to be placed…with grenades they are thrown. SDK Reloaded also includes sticky grenades, green balls that stick to your target, whether a mob or block, and explode upon contact. Oh, not to mention the deafening stun grenade, or maybe the blinding smoke grenade.
Need to get on that steep cliff, but don’t have a ladder to get up? Throw a grappling hook to the top, rope will slide down the mountain once the hook grabs on a block. Simply click the hook once you are up to get it back.
You thought grenades would cause the most griefing? Nonono. This is much worse! Right-click a regular or laser-guided rocket launcher (if you have ammo), and watch as the fiery projectile hurls toward your target and vaporizes anything close to it. If you have a laser-guided launcher, you can focus on a different block and observe as the rocket changes course.
You better have a rule against spawn killing. SDK Reloaded brings you shotguns, assault rifles, and mini-guns, not to mention the under-hyped Desert Eagle. If you have ammo, you will see a HUD show up with your current amount of bullets. If it’s anywhere above zero, just right click the gun, and watch as the bullet rips through the air. If you have a sniper rifle, just press ‘Z’ (configurable) to zoom in on your target. Fun!
With flamethrowers, catching things on fire couldn’t be easier. Just right click the weapon in your inventory, and as long as you have oil, it will fire!
Are you stalking someone? No better way to stalk than with a telescope! Right click the telescope in your inventory to zoom in on your target. Right click up to four times to get an extremely close-up zoom level. Just click again to exit out of the interface.
Sometimes you can’t tell if it is dark enough for zombies to spawn. The lightometer will help you! Just keep the lightometer in your inventory, and when it gets dark, the green light on the item will turn red. Gotta love the spy gadgets!
Sneaking up on a fellow Minecrafter? You need camo! Put on some ghillie armor and you are good to go. You’ll blend right in!
Oil isn’t imported from Saudi Arabia in Minecraft! Find oil, place it on the ground just like you would redstone, and upon right clicking it with flint+steel, watch as it bursts into flames!
*Plenty more features!
These are just a few of the many amazing features of SDK Reloaded. What are you waiting for? Why are you still reading this anyway? The download button is at the bot of the screen!
I expect you to have already installed Forge 1.2.5.
There will be one folder:
1. Modern Warfare
AFTER INSTALLING FORGE:
Click on the ‘Start’ menu, and click run. In run, type in, “%appdata%”. From there, locate the .minecraft folder, and open the folder called “mods.” If it doesn’t exist, just create it. Now, place the “ModernWarfare” folder directly into “mods.” You can close out of all these windows now. Run the game and you should be good to go!
AFTER INSTALLING FORGE:
In finder, on the top toolbar, click on the ‘Go’ drop-down menu and then click ‘Go to Folder.’
In that text box, type in “/Users//Library/Application Support”.
Please note to type in your computer’s username in the place where I said ”.
From there, locate your ‘minecraft’ folder, and after opening it find the folder called “mods.”
If it doesn’t exist, just create it. Now, place the “ModernWarfare” folder directly into “mods.” Yay, you’re finished! Close out of all these windows now, and run Minecraft. You should be good to go!
Be sure to not place the mod’s folder’s contents into “mods,” place the entire folder in itself.
Progress: 100% complete
Credit to: aidancbrady from planetminecraft
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