Player API Mod for Minecraft 1.4.7

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Player API 1.4.7 wants to make life easier for both Minecraft modders and Minecraft players. Player API gives modders easy access to some of Minecraft’s core gameplay files, and it reduces the number of bugs and error messages that Minecraft players experience.

In short, Player API makes it possible for mods to do things that were previously impossible. Almost all mods that change the core gameplay elements of Minecraft will require Player API in order to function. Many of these mods are very popular, and include:




-Enchant able Bow Patch

-Flan’s Mod

-Sports Mod

-Throw that Brick!

-Thirst Mod

-Skills API

-Single Player Commands Patch


-CJB Mods

-And more!

Without Player API, many mods would simply refuse to function. Or, the coding required to install these mods would be so complex that few people would even bother to do it. If you already think Minecraft’s mod installation process is complex, then it would be even more complex if Player API didn’t exist.

The creator of Player API wants to make sure that developers have every tool they need to make the Minecraft experience as enjoyable as possible. In his mod thread, Divisor tells mod creators to contact him for more hooks or access methods. If there is enough demand for those hooks and access methods, Divisor will include them in the next patch.

As you can see, Player API is an important part of the Minecraft experience for both players and modders alike. By giving third-party mods access to core gameplay files, Player API makes it easy to change the way players interact with the Minecraft world. Whether you’re looking to improve combat or simply change the interface to look more like Skyrim, none of it would be possible without PlayerAPI installed.

Downloading and installing Player API Mod for Minecraft 1.4.7

Step 1) Download the Player API 1.4.7 client

Step 2) Search for %appdata% in the Windows start menu and open the .minecraft/bin folder

Step 3) Open the Minecraft.jar using WinZIP, WinRAR, or 7Zip

Step 4) Drag all three class files from the Player API folder into the jar folder

Step 5) If you haven’t already done so, delete the META-INF folder, or else none of your mods will work

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