Mob Spawn Controls Mod has come with a lot of controlling functions that will help you interacting with the games’ characters and features. It has been released for the minecraft mods 1.5.2/1.5.1/1.4.7. The configurations, downloads and installation pertaining to this mod has been described here in this article. So enjoy through extracting the information from here.
This allows you to control where mobs can spawn. By using F6, you can open the Control GUI and select what mobs you want to spawn by-biome, or globally!It IS compatible with Mo Creatures, ExtraBiomesXL and any other mod that adds entities or biomes!
Not only can you control spawnrates of the individual mobs, but you can also increase the Spawn Caps and passive mob spawn frequency (see configuration below)
The save file is currently found in the each world save directory and is named
The first four lines (SpawnCap.monster…) refer to the spawning caps placed on each creature type – increase them! I personally put the creatures (animals) spawn cap to over 50. The max is 500.
Creatures.SpawnFrequency is the number of ticks between attempts to spawn animals. Lower this (minimum is 1) to increase the frequency of animal spawns. NOTE: You also want to increase the Spawn Cap for creatures – by default, it is very low (15) and I recommend at least 50, possibly 100
AutoSave means that the mod will save (to the file) every time that you make a change in game
CanEdit means that you have permission to open the GUI in game. Setting this to false will make it so that you can’t open the GUI – it is useful for servers
Entities.txt can be found in your Minecraft directory and lists all of the Spawnable Entities
MSC_Overrides.txt can be found in your Minecraft directory and can be used to override the default settings
- Go to your minecraft .jar (Go to run -> (type in) %appdata% -> .minecraft -> bin -> minecraft.jar
- If desired, backup your saves.
- Open the minecraft.jar, extract the Forge/ModLoader files into there if you don’t have them already
- Place the .zip file in the “mods” folder, found in your minecraft directory