MrCrayfish’s Construction Mod for 1.7.10

Created by MrCrayfish, Construction Mod is a mod that utilizes the instant building capability of minecraft (ideas brought by other mods) and turn it into something immersive and gameplay balanced.


MrCrayfish always thought that instant building mods could be used in so much better way, thus he decided to create this mod that is completely unique from the rest.

With this mod, there are 4 unique items/block that are mainly involved in the construction


The Blueprint – the blue print is the heart of the structure. this is the “plan” in which the system knows what it is trying to build. It is basically the in-game form of a schematic.

The Planning Table – The planning table is where you create blueprints that you can choose from your collection of “schematics” outside of the game. Making blueprints require an empty blueprint item, and a lot of ink sacs.

The Construction Block – Once you have a full blueprint, you need the construction block. The construction block should be placed on the construction site and it requires the blueprint to know what it is about to build. Once the blueprint is placed, an outline of the structure will be visible. You will then need the required materials to create the item before hitting “start”


The Hammer – The most unique item of the bunch is the hammer. Once the construction starts, the buildings won’t generate (unless you are in creative), to generate the building you have to tap the construction block with the hammer multiple times. 10 taps with the hammer will generate 1 layer of the building. Depending on how tall your building is, you’ll be needing to be tapping quite a lot.

The Pencil – Another item that is worth mentioning is the pencil. The pencil acts as the planner so that you can create schematics for you to use or share to other people.

Schematics of other people can be downloaded on their site.

How to install Construction Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10


  1. Download and install Minecraft Forge mod loader

  2. Download the latest version of here.

  3. Hold Windows key and press R to open the Run… dialog, or go to Start > Run.

  4. Enter %appdata% and navigate to your .minecraft/mods folder.

  5. Drag and drop the .zip file downloaded in step 2 into this folder.

Have you created an amazing structure you want to share? Share it to the community and let us know by leaving a comment below!



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