Ender IO Addons Mod is a mod that adds a couple of machines to Ender IO.
The Cobblestone Framework is a machine that generates Cobblestone by using its internal Lava and Water store. It has 3 upgrade slots that allow it to process the generated Cobblestone further.
The Drain is a pump-like block. Just like a real-world drain, it collects fluid that run into it. Much like its real-world counterpart, it has to be placed low into the the liquid you want it to pick up.
The Impulse Hopper (new in version 0.2.0) is a bit like a hopper (hence the name). However, instead of simply moving one item a time from its input, it always moves a complete “set”. And the set can be configured. So you can tell it, that it needs to move “1 red flower, 17 stone bricks, 5 gold ingots and 1 potion of invisibility” at a time. It will then do so—but only if it has all the items.
The Niard (new in version 0.3) is the opposite of the drain. It places liquids into the world. Put it over a hole, supply it with RF and some liquid, and see the hole fill up with the liquid.
The Portal Tank (new in version 0.4)
Lighting a Nether Portal inside a reinforced tank should yield a tank that can transfer water into the Nether, shouldn’t it?
What could go wrong?
The Graphical Power Monitor (new in version 0.5) allows you to see the history of the amount of power stored in your capacitor banks.
The Loot Recycler (new in version 0.6) lets you recycle all those useless bows and golden boots you get from your mob grinder.
Please note that this is not an universal recycler. It only processes vanilla and Ender IO tools, weapons and armor However, it also strips the enchantments off those items.
The Magnetic Flag (new in version 0.7) is your way home!
Yes, we all know about “torches on the right”, but sometimes you need a way marker that is a little bit more sophisticated. These flags are. When you place one, it will automatically point to the last one you placed from the same stack. You can also “re-aim” a stack by right-clicking a flag or “un-aim” it by putting it in a crafting grid.
Flags need to be magnetized in the Magnetic Charger (new in version 0.7) before first use.
There are 16 decoration blocks (new in version 0.8) included in Ender IO Addons.
Six of them show the normal Ender IO machine textures. One has the “down” texture on all sides, one the “up” texture, one the “side” texture and one the “back” texture. Two have correct tops and bottoms, one with “sides” all around, and one with “backs”.
The next six do the same with the soul machine textures:
The last four are the machine chassis (which looks like a block in Ender IO but isn’t), a red machine (texture from the Capacitor Bank), a broken spawner and an invisible block:
The AgriCraft Farming Station (new in version 0.9) allows you to automate the farming of Agricraft plants.
AgriCraft Mod (Optional)
How to install:
- Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge and Ender IO Mod.
- Locate the minecraft application folder.
- On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
- On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
- Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
- When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.