Bacon Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

I like bacon. You like bacon. Almost everybody in the world likes bacon except for vegetarians. And now, the magic of bacon has come to your Minecraft world thanks to the Bacon Mod.

The Bacon Mod has one primary goal: add the delicious food called ‘bacon’ to Minecraft. But that’s not all the mod does. Here are a few of the mod’s most important additions to the game:

-Bacon: Players can now craft, cook, and eat bacon.

-Edible bacon tools: Have you ever been so hungry that you wanted to eat your weapon or pick? Well, the Bacon Mod has added Bacon Guns, Bacon Grenades, and other bacon weapons to the game for precisely that reason. These tools are all edible, so whether you’re getting low on health or you just get a bacon craving while exploring, it’s easy to appreciate having edible tools nearby.

-Bacon Trees: In the real world, bacon doesn’t grow on trees. Fortunately, the Bacon Mod isn’t based on the real world. In the Bacon Mod, bacon most definitely grows on trees. You can harvest bacon from these trees just like you would harvest any resource.

Beer mug and other beverage containers: Apparently, just adding bacon to the game wasn’t good enough for the Bacon Mod. So the mod’s creator also added a beer mug, a glass of chocolate milk, and other beverage containers.

-Bacon characters: Have you ever wanted to control your own bacon character? Maybe not. But the Bacon Mod didn’t wait for you to answer that question before it added this feature to the game. Bacon characters can be tamed and controlled using special bacon tools.

Whether you want to wield bacon like a deadly weapon or just keep a stash of bacon in your house for emergency purposes, the Bacon Mod is a fun mod that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Add bacon to your game today by following the instructions below.

How to install the Bacon Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

Step 1) Download and install Minecraft Forge into your Minecraft.jar folder

Step 2) Download Bacon Mod 1.6 from this forum thread

Step 3) Drag the file to your .minecraft/mods folder

Step 4) Start playing and enjoy your bacon

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