Changing your skin in Minecraft can often be a pain, especially for those who have little or no internet access on a regular basis. Of course, internet is required for this download and for the game to be installed, but once this mod has been installed; there is no need for internet access when trying to change your skin. The Closest mod for Minecraft 1.5.2 and 1.6, created by David91; allows the user to access a closet of player listed skins in which is stored on a specific folder on their own computer. This way you are granted the ability to change your skin through your single player worlds easily and efficiently. This also gives the players an opportunity to change their skins outfit while in their worlds to implement a unique type of realistic gameplay for the game of Minecraft. Gameplay enhancing mods are hard to come by, however the ones that prove to significantly improve gameplay a great deal usually have very intelligent or original features that players can easily understand and use.
The Closet mod works to implement a very unique feature, such as the name suggests, allows the access of a “Closet” in game to change your skin or player look. I believe that this is a wonderful feature, both simple yet still very smart and unique. The mod also comes with a basic crafting recipe for the Closet, which is easy to memorize and quite easy enough to attain the materials for. The crafting recipe is given below, and the item can be used easily, simply by right clicking the “Closet”. For more information on how to edit the closets skins and for legal data, visit >HERE<.
The Closet mod version 2.2 for Minecraft 1.5.2 and 1.6 Changelogs
- Updated to Minecraft 1.5.2 and 1.6
- Now compatible with Forge.
The Closet Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2 and 1.6 GUI for Skins and Capes
How to install the Closet Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2 and 1.6
- Download and install the Minecraft Forge Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2.
- Download the Closet mod zip file for Minecraft 1.5.2.
- Browse to %appdata%/roaming/.minecraft/bin and open the Minecraft.jar file with a program such as winrar or 7zip.
- Open the downloaded zip file and drag the contents into the Minecraft.jar.