EvilMinecraft Mod for Minecraft 1.4.7

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EvilMinecraft is a full conversion mod for Minecraft. The mod is still in production, although current versions have more than enough features to keep players entertained.


EvilMinecraft gives players the opportunity to play Minecraft as one of several different races. You can play the game as an orc, for example, or as a halfling, pigman, or human.

If you think EvilMinecraft sounds like an RPG, then you’re right: the goal of the EvilMinecraft is to make Minecraft more of an authentic RPG experience. These changes are evident right from the new main menu. Instead of seeing the normal Minecraft menu, players will navigate through a 3D house to enter the game.


In-game, similar RPG-like changes have been added. Players have access to a wide range of new tools, armor, and weaponry. You can equip ender dragon scale swords, for example, or protect yourself with bone armor. When you hit an enemy with any weapon, blood will splatter on the screen.

There are also a number of new mobs in EvilMinecraft. There’s the frightening ender creeper, which approaches like a normal creeper only to teleport at the last minute. Biomes are also littered with deadly creatures and environments. Jungle biomes are denser, for example, and graveyards now spawn across the map, turning into death traps at night.

Like any good RPG, EvilMinecraft also rewards players for exploring. Every new challenge found in the environment is accompanied by a special reward, like a chest or a rare item. If you want to add an evil RPG twist to the Minecraft experience, then EvilMinecraft 1.4.7 is one of the best ways to do that.

How to install EvilMinecraft Mod for Minecraft 1.4.7

Step 1) Start with a clean installation of Minecraft

Step 2) Download the mod here

Step 3) Extract the mod’s .zip folder

Step 4) Drag the files from the mod’s ‘bin’ folder into the Minecraft.jar folder

Step 5) Delete META-INF from the Minecraft.jar folder

Step 6) Drag and drop the ‘resources’ folder into the .minecraft folder

Step 7) Start playing and enjoy!