If you’ve grown tired of shooting or otherwise hitting zombies, creepers, skeletons and the like, this mod might be what you’re looking for. It gives you some new tools to protect your base with, other than the good old TNT wall, the age-old arrow dispensers or the even simpler archer’s bow or the swords. If you’re looking for a slightly more destructive weapon, this one’s for you. With the turret mod you can make a turret gun that can shoot various projectiles, from harmless, squishy snowballs to all-destructive TNTs. The turret can also be put to good use for mining or for digging a hole.
The turret resembles a thick crossbow laid on a chest, which is where your ammunition is stored.
Here’s what you can shoot with it:
How can I control the turret?
Right click on it in order to mount the turret. Once there, press Spacebar to fire or Shift in order to move the reticle in a slower manner.
Turret Mod v.1.3_02 Changelog
- Compatible with Minecraft 1.0.0
- Crafting Recipe bug for Guided Rockets now fixed
- Improved coding structure and overall performance
- Turret book works the shame as enchanted items
- Flak turret now able to fire against Enderdragon
- Download the Turret mod’s zip file.
- Navigate to your .minecraft\bin folder
- Backup your minecraft.jar file
- Open minecraft.jar with WinRAR or 7Zip
- Install ModLoader and AudioMod, if not already installed
- Delete META-INF folder inside the minecraft.jar archive.
- Open the mod’s zip and copy everything contained in a folder named “Content in Minecraft.jar” into your minecraft.jar file
- Save and close minecraft.jar.
- Go to the resources folder in .minecraft folder
- Copy all contents of the “Content in resources” folder of your mod’s zip file into resources folder that resides in your .minecraft folder.
- Happy shooting.
This is one of the most brilliant mods available in the Minecraft community. It brings so many things to the game that there’s a lot to write about, but we’ll do our best to properly showcase this mod. But before that, its designer, Kodaichizero, deserves a loud applause for his creation.
The Clay Soldier mod lets you build a soldier out of pure clay. And according to their colors, the soldiers will enter into war. Read on to find out how the soldiers are crafted, and what the main features of the mod are.
Your soldiers’ color is determined by the chosen dyes at the top of the screen. Soldiers can fight against each other, whilst you oversee the battle and help your side win by supplying them with necessary items. Below are the items you can supply in order to customize your soldiers, along with some key features of the mod. Please note that you need to throw the item towards the soldiers so that they can make use of it.
Horses: Your clay soldiers can mount them when you right click on them.
Stick: Used as a weapon by your troops.
Leather: One piece of leather provides armor protection for your soldiers.
Raw pork chops: Self-explanatory; your soldiers need food too.
Gold ingots: They can be used to designate your army’s leaders.
Lightstone dust can make your troops glow.
Sulfur: Makes soldiers explode upon their death.
Sugar: A nice boost of virtual carbohydrates will increase your soldiers’ speed.
One lump of clay: Can be used to revive dead soldiers. This way, you can place them back in the front line, for non-stop war.
Flint: A better weapon in the form of sharpened sticks.
Redstone dust: Can be thrown to blind a soldier.
Slimeballs: Can be used to freeze a soldier’s actions.
Iron ingots: Strengthens your soldiers.
Gravel: A way of bringing good old stone throwing in your Minecraft wars.
Rod: Can be used to direct your army through the battlefield.
Wood: Wood supplies make your troops automatically construct houses.
Your soldiers can also open chests.
Clay Soldier Mod v4 New Features
- Fixed the “stairs bug” that came up in previous versions
- Glowing is now functional again.
- Preparatory work to turn Clay Soldiers Mod into an open source mod shortly
So, this is a rundown of the mod’s features. It is quite rich indeed, and surely enough, you must have found it quite interesting. With so many features, you’ll be missing out on a lot if you do not at least try it. If you’re in for it, here’s how.
- Open start>run>%appdata%>.minecraft>bin and backup your minecraft.jar file, just to be sure if something goes wrong.
- Download and Install ModLoader.
- Open your minecraft.jar file with a zip tool and delete the META-INF folder contained therein.
- Test Minecraft to ensure it does not give you an ugly black screen.
- Download Clay Soldiers mod and drag and drop all of its contents in to the opened minecraft.jar.
- Close all files, run Minecraft and have a fun day joining the clay war!