Minecraft crafttweaker mod 1.12.2/1.16.5/1.17 is a Minecraft mod that allows modpacks and servers to greatly modify the game. You may alter recipes, script events, add new commands, and even change item attributes using CraftTweaker! When combined with other modifications, the possibilities are really limitless. From unique machine recipes to whole new blocks and objects, there’s something for everyone!
Contrary to common assumption, we will update CraftTweaker 1.17 as soon as it is released.
How to use crafttweaker
CraftTweaker allows you to modify the game to your heart’s content, from very basic things like altering recipes and adding tooltips to far more sophisticated things like subscribing to events and changing item attributes, which is very substantial. When used in conjunction with addon modifications, the possibilities are virtually limitless, with things like whole new blocks and objects being added to the game, as well as completely new custom trees being added to the world gen, which is pretty important.
Most mod packs you’ve played with, for all intents and purposes, utilize CraftTweaker to alter their recipes, remove conflicting recipes, or even create a core theme for their modpack, or so they thought.
Scripts can be placed in two locations: a global scripting directory that applies to all worlds hosted on the server (primarily helpful for setting default behavior in single-player modpacks) and a per-world scripting directory. Global scripts can be overridden by scripts in the world directory. This implies that mapmakers can include their own scripts with their maps.
Types of Recipes
For crafting tables, there are three different sorts of recipes:
- A shapeless recipe is one in which the position of the input objects in the crafting grid has no bearing on the outcome.
- Shaped: A shaped recipe is one in which the placement of the ingredients must be precise.
- Shaped Mirrored recipes are similar to shaped recipes, except they are mirrored along the horizontal or vertical axes.
Inserting a Recipe
When submitting a recipe, make sure the name of the dish is unique!
The crafting table now has a shapeless recipe. Because shapeless recipes don’t care about the order of the ingredients, the order of the ingredients when generating the recipe doesn’t matter either.
Shapeless recipes can have up to 9 inputs, although those with 4 or less can be made in the 2×2 inventory grid as well.
Crafting Table Recipes can also produce multiple quantities of an output item. This may be accomplished by multiplying the output item with the IItemStack multiplication operator.
Making Use of Recipe Functions
The output of a recipe function may be determined programmatically. This is particularly handy when you require some of the input item’s data, such as the item’s damage or other NBT statistics.
Because Shaped and Shaped Mirrored Recipes are so similar, only Shaped Recipes will be used as examples. You may treat any example that uses addShaped as if it were addShapedMirrored.
Recipe functions can be assigned to variables, making it simple to use the same function in many recipes.
How to install CraftTweaker:
- Make sure Minecraft Forge is already installed.
- Find the folder containing the Minecraft program.
- On Windows, choose Run from the Start menu, enter percent appdata%, and press Enter.
- Open finder on a Mac, hold down ALT, then select Go then Library from the top menu bar. Look for Minecraft in the Application Support folder.
- Place the.jar file of the mod you just downloaded into the Mods folder.
- The mod should now be installed when you open Minecraft and select the mods icon.
Download Links for CraftTweaker mod 1.12.2/1.16.5
CraftTweaker2-1.12-220.127.116.110.jar (1.47 MB – Supported Minecraft 1.12.2 Versions
CraftTweaker-1.16.5-18.104.22.1687.jar (2.23 MB – Supported Minecraft 1.16.5 Versins)
(Update last Released File on December 17, 2021)