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Minecraft Modding

Learn Minecraft Modding with MCreator, no programming knowledge necessary.

What Will You Learn?

You will learn how to create ores, ingots, blocks, tools, weapons, and even your own mob! With MCreator we can create our own textures, mod elements, and even test them out in game. The easy to use interface and programming language is suitable for anyone to start modding. 

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About This Course

Hardware/Software needed for this course: 

A purchased copy of Minecraft Java Edition is required for this course. The software used does not support the Bedrock version of Minecraft. 

MCreator requires at least these specifications of the computer in order to work without crashes, glitches or unusual bugs. When the user, for example, tests the mod, Minecraft client, MCreator build process and the MCreator itself are running so a decent computer is a must.

Minimal specifications:

  • Windows 7/8/8.1/10 or Linux (>2.6 kernels) Ubuntu/Debian/... or Mac OS X 10.11+ (64-bit only)
  • 4GB or more of RAM
  • 2 core CPU Intel/AMD
  • 500 MB of free storage
  • Internet connection

To install the software required for this course please refer to the first lesson of this course

Course Offerings:

Workshop One Day - "Minecraft Modding 1day/4hour session"

Introduction to how to use Forge MOD for Minecraft

Make some simple MOD blocks in this 4-hour Workshop

Spring/Summer Camp - "Mod, Mod Minecraft"

Want to make a cyber-chicken or robo-pig? Learn how to build a Forge MOD for Minecraft without a single line of code! You can create almost anything you can think of to add to Minecraft. We will be covering the basics of making a MOD; which includes how to create a block, item, food, tools, and even a new mob or biome.