Custom Recipes Mod for Minecraft 1.8.9 Main Features
The Custom Recipes Mod for Minecraft is a more complicated mod in which requires a little more effort and understanding for the basis of both coding a mod and altering game files. Particularly that of both this mod and specifically Minecraft ID’s and etc. Although most may find this task difficult, the mod developer does offer support, tutorials and guides on how to work the mod, change the files and offers information on how to operate the Custom Recipes Mod. Basically, once the mod has been installed it allows players to customize the crafting recipes in the game via a new file implemented by the Custom Recipes Mod. This file contains editable text that can be replaced or altered to change the recipes of the game or even create new recipes for items previously not obtainable. This goes for items such as bedrock but also more creative things like explosive eggs and potion variants.
Custom Recipes Mod for Minecraft 1.8.9 Usage
To get to the config file, go to: mods/customrecipes/dictionary.txt.
The four recipe types:
- Shaped (Basic recipe)
- Shapeless (Eg. dying wool)
- Smelting (For furnace)
- Fuel (For furnace)
- Remove (Removing recipes)
- Clear (Removal of all specified recipes.)
“shaped ( name,m + name,m + name,m / name,m + … ) > ( name,count,m )”
“remove (name,count, m)”
‘M’ not required.
“shapeless ( name,m + name,m + name,m … ) > ( name,count,m”
“smelting ( name ) > ( name,count,m )”
Example: (Water Tiles) – “smelting ( gravel ) > ( glass,64 )“
“fuel ( name, burn_time )”
More examples can be found HERE.
Custom Recipes Mod for Minecraft 1.8.9 Pros and Cons
- Great for accessing normally unobtainable items through survival crafting methods.
- Cool features.
- Gets the player involved.
- Difficult to use.
Custom Recipes Mod for Minecraft 1.8.9 Changelog
- Updated and released.
How to install the Custom Recipes Mod for Minecraft 1.8.9
- Download and install Minecraft Forge for 1.8.9.
- Download the Custom Recipes Mod zip file for Minecraft 1.8.9.
- Browse to %appdata%/roaming/.minecraft and open the ‘mods’ folder.
- Drag the downloaded mod zip file into the ‘mods’ folder.
- Launch Minecraft.
- Access the dictionary.txt file.