Lattice Mod 1.8/1.7.10

Lattice Mod for Minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10

Updated: Oct 9, 2015 | 470 views |

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Lattice Mod enables players to add all kind of lattice blocks into Minecraft. This mod is actual new one to players because Minecraft has never had lattice blocks before. The lattice blocks provides players useful basic segments of wood so that they can interconnect vertically with fence posts, as well as other configurable blocks. As a result you will widen your variety of visual effects. In addition, lattice blocks are both made of standard wood and neither bricks forms

Screenshots:

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Version for Minecraft 1.8 can do all of the variations of wood as well:
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Mod Showcase:

Recipes:

For 1.7.10
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For 1.8
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For Nether Brick Lattice, it’s the same for both:
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The config file allows modification of which specific blocks the lattice will connect with vertically, with the default including things like fences, torches, skulls, pressure plates, etc. From here you can also disable the default functionality of lattices interconnecting with one another, as well as enable them to automatically connect with any solid block above or below.

How to install:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge.
  • Download the Lattice Mod from link below.
  • Go to .minecraft/mods folder. If the “mods” folder does not exist you can create one.
    • Windows – Open the Start menu and select Run, or press the Windows key + R. Type (without quotes) “%appdata%\.minecraft\mods” and press Enter.
    • OS X – Open the Go menu in Finder and select “Go to Folder”. Type (without quotes) “~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/mods” and press Return.
  • Copy the downloaded jar (zip) file into the “mods” folder that opens.
  • Enjoy the mod.

Lattice Mod Download Links:

For 1.7.10

http://dl.niceminecraft.net/download.php?file=7ea4a316118eb5a2aa2d92eaeed464ac

For 1.8

http://dl.niceminecraft.net/download.php?file=c62daad0adcd604f77ca5a285fe38087

Credits: FyberOptic