More Materials mod adds more realistic recipes and more varieties for building materials to the game.
It adds the following items:
- Brick Clay – a more realistic recipe for bricks that uses sand and dirt in addition to clay.
- Stained Brick Clay – brick clay that is stained before firing.
- Stained Brick – the fired brick from stained brick clay.
- Daub – Used in Wattle and Daub walls.
It adds the following blocks:
- Stained Brick Blocks – different colored brick blocks from stained bricks.
- Stained Brick Block Stairs – Stairs version of stained brick blocks.
- Stained Brick block Slabs – Slabs version of stained brick blocks.
- Wooden Frames – a wattle and daub wall inside a timber frame. There is a different type for each type of wood. There are 4 different patterns of frames too.
- Thatched Roofing – Instead of using stairs for roofing, this is a thatched roof made from hay.
- Brick Walls – Similar to Cobblestone walls.
- Stained Brick Walls – Brick walls of different colors.
- Hardened Clay Walls – Walls made from hardened clay.
- Stained Clay Walls – Walls made from different colors of stained clay.
- Wattle Panels and Wattle and Daub Walls – Primitive construction technique to make early earthen homes.
More Materials Mod Wiki:
How to install:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Download the mod.
- Go to %appdata%.
- Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
- Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
- If one does not exist you can create one.
- Enjoy the mod.
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More Materials Screenshots
More Materials Recipes
More Materials blocks can be crafted by exploiting the mysterious power of an ancient Minecraftian symbol. When blocks are arranged into this pattern, a strange reaction takes place, transforming the blocks into their more materials equivalent.
For basic transformations, place the base block along the right and bottom sides of the crafting table. If the recipe calls for a catalyst, place it in the top left corner. Otherwise, place another base block in the top left. This will give you that block’s more materials equivalent.
If transforming a block that is essentially four of another block (such as logs), you will need four of the catalyst to transform it directly to its more materials equivalent.
To cycle through aesthetic equivalents, simply place a More Materials block in a crafting table by itself.
To create Marbles, arrange two of the required stone and two of the required gravel in the crafting table, with identical blocks diagonally opposite each other.
To create lit versions of More Materials blocks, craft four of the same material variant around the lighting block from the same theme.