Steves Carts 2 Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

“The train goes Choo Choo.” Famous words probably spoken by your mother when you were a baby. It’s about time you finally get your own train, err, minecarts. You heard me right. The Steve Carts 2 mod by Vswe add tons of new interesting features to an otherwise bland minecarts. These features are actually useful though. They won’t go ignored.

This mod lets you get the most out of your minecart system. The point of this mod isn’t to be fancy, but instead brings features that already should be in the game. Features include drills, railers, solar panels, storages, wheat farmers, dynamite carriers, seats with steering ability, shields, and shooters. With all those features, you could automate pretty much everything in minecraft. Endless possibilities. It’s pretty much the redstone version of minecarts.

With all these carts, there’s gotta be a good way to assemble, organize, and store them all. That’s why there’s the cart assembler. It’s an easy tool used to organize and create minecart systems. Minecarts are also modulated! This means they all interconnect and can form chains of minecarts. No more bumping in to each other when transporting your diamonds from your mineshaft.

I hope you enjoy this mod as much as I had reviewing it. It is very useful and incredibly fun. Just the possibilities of all the listed features above is staggering.

Download and Wiki: http://stevescarts2.wikispaces.com/Download

These instructions are pretty long so it’s better if you just watch the video below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9Zhep7c2Yk

Installation instructions:

You can install the mod in a few different ways, after the 1.6 update to minecraft the installation way changed and there is one installation way provided for that and two different ones for the old versions that is listed below. In all installation processes you will need to download the mod itself. To grab the most recent version, just head to the Download page.

SC2 Alpha 123 and above

To install Steves Carts 2 Alpha 123 and above you will need the official Minecraft launcher.

Create a profile with the minecraft version required for the current SC2 version and run it once.

Download the installer for the Minecraft Forge version required and run it.

Make sure that the path to your .minecraft folder is correct. Hit the “Ok”

Open your .minecraft folder. It will be located somewhere along these lines “C:\Users\Vswe\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft” but will vary. A good way to find it would be to go to “%appdata%” which will take you most of the way, then click the rest of the way.

Get the SC2 zip file (from the Download page) and put it in the mods folder.

Start Minecraft and hope it works.

 

SC2 Alpha 122 and down

Installation using MultiMC

This is a very simple way to install the mod, you will however need MultiMCinstalled. Once you have that installed you can either follow the tutorial below or just watch the video.

 

Create a new instance

Select it, click play and enter your user information.

After it has downloaded Minecraft, close Minecraft.

Click edit mods, click MCForge and select the latest version.

Go to the Mods Folder tab, add the zip file of SC2 (get it at the Download page)

Close the mods window and hit rebuild jar.

Click play to start the game.

Manual Installation

To install in manually you will need a compression software like 7-Zip or WinRar. Once you have that installed you can just follow the tutorial below.

Open your .minecraft folder. It will be located somewhere along these lines “C:\Users\Vswe\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft” but will vary. A good way to find it would be to go to “%appdata%” which will take you most of the way, then click the rest of the way.

Open the bin folder and open the minecraft.jar file with the compression software of your choice.

Get Minecraft Forge and open it with your compression software. Move all the files from the Minecraft Forge zip into your minecraft.jar file.

Remove the META-INF folder from your minecraft.jar.

Go back to your .minecraft folder.

If you don’t have one already, create a “mods” folder.

Get the SC2 zip file (from the Download page) and put it in the mods folder.

Start Minecraft and hope it works.

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