MalisisBlocks Mod 1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9

MalisisBlocks Mod for Minecraft 1.10.2, 1.9.4, 1.9, 1.8.9, 1.8

Updated: Aug 28, 2016 | 434 views |

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MalisisBlocks Mod implements combined blocks crafted by taking two separate blocks and mixes them together. As a result, one side appears exactly like one block and intermixes to the second block on the other side. Moreover, vanishing frames can be deguised similar to other block and fade away when receiving redstone current.

Contents:

Player Sensor:

A little block that creates a redstone current when a player passes under. It can be placed on the walls, floors or ceiling. It doesn’t have the annoying click sound pressure plates have, and it’s safer too as it won’t let creepers enter your home sweet home.

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Vanishing Frames:

Vanishing frames that fade out when powered with redstone current. When powered, they transmit the current to their neighbouring fellow frames so you can make whole walls vanish into thin air. Once current is out, frames revert back to their normal state. Once placed in a world, you can right click on them with any normal block and the frames will copy and use the block textures. Frames come in four different materials : wood, iron, gold and diamond.

  • Wood frames will always propagate their state to neighbouring frames
  • Iron frames will only propagate to neighbouring frames that are copying the same block
  • Gold frames will only propagate to neighbouring frames that are copying the same block with the same metadata (ie : gold frame won’t trigger a frame copying a wool block with a different color).
  • Diamond frames will allow you to entirely customize the behaviour. You can choose in which direction the propagation will occur, the delay and even the duration.

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Vanishing Copier:

The Vanishing Copier is an item that allows to copy options from a Diamond Vanishing Frame and paste it onto another one.

When right-clicking with the item in hand, it opens the same GUI as the one for the Diamond Vanishing Frame and you can select here the options you want to apply to frames. You can also give it a stack of block to be copied.

When right-clicking with the item in hand while looking at a Diamond Vanishing Frame in the world, it will automatically transfer the options to the frame. If a block is store inside the item, one will be transferred into the frame as well. If the frame already had a block in its slot, that block will be ejected into the world.

When sneak-right-clicking with the item in hand while looking at a Diamon Vanishing Frame in the world, it will automatically copy the options from the frame into the Vanishing Copier. Also, it will transfer the copied block stored in the frame into the item if it can.

Note that using the Vanishing Copier to transfer the copied block has another advantage : when placing a block into the Diamond Vanishing Frame inventory directly via the GUI, there is no way to indicate the block’s position. However, when using the item, the same rules as if the block was directly placed in world will apply. Examples : a furnace placed will face the place, stairs will be facing down if the top part of a side is clicked, etc..

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Block Mixer and Mixed Blocks:

The Block Mixer is a self powered machine that crushes blocks together. The result is a mixed block blending the textures of both blocks. If a light emitting block is mixed, the result will emit light. If a block of redstone is mixed, the result will emit redston current. Also, mixing a non opaque block allows to see through it.

In addition, you can mix these items to get a special effect:

  • Ender pearl displays nether portal animation.
  • Water bucket displays flowing water.
  • Lave bucket displays flowing lava.

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Swapper block:

The Swapper block is a simple block that stores and replaces the blocks in a 3x3x3 area in front of it, by the ones stored previously when given redstone current. (Note that strange things can occur if the area covers part of a multiblock.)

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How to Install:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge.
  • Download the mod and MalisisCore.
  • Download the MalisisBlocks 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%.minecraftmods” 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.

MalisisBlocks Mod Download Links:

For 1.8

http://dl.niceminecraft.net/download.php?file=f13b0c970b64339cee1aa8ff84d81df1

For 1.8.9

http://dl.niceminecraft.net/download.php?file=38e4b45b4511f8a7580a864523c6b9c7

For 1.9

http://dl.niceminecraft.net/download.php?file=ef5b42ad85d7bffab6a713e0a4195acc

For 1.9.4 and 1.10.2

http://dl.niceminecraft.net/download.php?file=39130261d374b98861fa5d7e39ce8f03

Credits: Ordinastie