Creative Additions Mod
Author: MrSourceCoded ❘ January 24, 2014 ❘ 26,542 views
Creative Additions Mod – Make your life easier, helping you in creative
This is a simple little mod to speed up the lives of those who work on the creative side.
This mod changes no mechanics in the game, and cannot change the way anything works. It only serves the purpose to speed up the lives of you and me. It adds some useful little commands to help you work much faster!
/fsummon <entity> <count> <x> <y> <z> [data]
Same as /summon, but allows you to specify the amount of mobs spawned aswell.
Allows you to kill all entities within the radius specified
Give yourself a command block without having to type /give Player minecraft:command_block
Will display your current coords and copy them to the clipboard. You can specify a separator if you don’t want to separate the output with a space
/relative <set|get> [separator]
Will copy the relative distance to the target to the clipboard. Set the start position with /relative set, and finalize it with /relative get. You can use a separator just as you would in /coords
Will tell you which way you are facing accurate to the 8 points on a compass.
/platformer <x> <y> <z> <block> <radius> <direction>
Will create a platform at the co-ordinates of your choosing. Can be any size you want, and you can specify the direction as center, north, south, east, or west.
/randomN <minimum> <maximum> <iterator>
A simple random number generator. Will generate a number between the minimum and maximum, and will repeat for the number you set as the iterator.
Will tell you what time it is in Ticks, Seconds, Minutes and Days.
/bang <x> <y> <z> <power>
Create an explosion instantly.
Gives you the head of the player with the specified username.
Use the command /remote to get a shiny new Cinematic Remote. Shift right-click on a block to bind the remote to that block. By right-clicking the remote, it will activate the block as if it were right-clicked by the player. Really useful for cinematic purposes.
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
- Added /bang and /head commands
- Cleaned up code for better optimization
- /FSummon now has the same syntax as /summon, allowing you to spawn any entity at all as well as specifying data.
- The game will now force debug crash if the SourceCodedCore is out of date
- Fixed Relative command syntax and printout.