Lite Loader is aimed squarely at mods which only change the client in some way; some good examples might be a mini-map, a mod which overhauls the in-game chat or a client-side macro system.This type of mod doesn't generally need the awesome power of something like Minecraft Forge to function, so asking players to install an API that's several times larger than the mod itself doesn't make sense.Translations are by yours truly, and may be of varying quality - corrections and suggestions are appreciated.
Installing Lite Loader is pretty straightforward and if you're familiar with the process, visit the download page to grab the latest installer for your version of Minecraft.
If you're new to Lite Loader follow the instructions below Official downloads are available from the download page: Development builds are available from the Jenkins build server: Current development builds are available for Minecraft 1.9, Minecraft 1.8.9 and Minecraft 1.8 and ?
It must however coexist peacefully alongside Forge (so that players can use both platforms if they want to!
) and but is source available to allow mod developers to make their own mods using the platform.
Yes, the mod has been created with the sole purpose of providing you with a wide range of interesting and exciting features that you will like for sure.
You can design the NPCs at any given time, then if you want you can easily place mob spawners.
Opening Little Block 1.6.2 worlds in 1.6.4 may cause blocks in Little Block areas to disappear, especially Chests, Furnaces and other "Tile Entity"-based blocks.
Backup your world, then remove all "Little" Chests etc. If playing with Gulliver Forged 0.14.2 for Minecraft 1.6.2, you'll need to download the older MC 1.6.2 versions of Little Blocks and Slimevoid Lib, specifically Little Blocks v220.127.116.11 and Slimevoid Lib v18.104.22.168.
This one of a kind mod has been specifically designed in order to provide you with a much better gameplay simply by adding NPCs.