Minecraft mods 1.6.4 BigTrees

Some time ago I downloaded the Minecraft Coder Pack and monkeyed with the Minecraft code, mostly altering the tree generator to make the trees much bigger. Eventually I decided to make public my little project, now known as the "BigTrees" mod. The purpose of the mod is to create immersive forest environments, inspired by forests I have been to, yet modeled to suit the Minecraft universe. I gladly accept any opinions you might have, and hope to continue updating the mod with new features, though very slowly.

Apparently have you ever felt that minecraft’s jungles are abit too small? If so then this mod belongs to you. You probably have an idea of making a treehouse before in minecraft but again with those trees you aren’t able to make one which is perfect. I believe this mod will make your dream of making tree-houses come true! BigTree Mod will make your tree bigger and in fact will grow even more! If I were to give this mod a tree match then the only tree that will stand a chance is the tree in HarryPotter (The one that tried to swallow them).

Adds several large tree types using vanilla blocktypes.
Sections of the forest biome are populated by either wide trees or tall narrow trees.
- Wide trees: Great Oak, Thick Pine, and Block Oak.
- Tall trees: Post Oak
Parts of the forest biome still predominately feature the normal small trees.
The small swamp trees are accompanied by big trees.
- Great Swamp Oak, Cyprus, and Hat Trees.
There are big dead trees in the desert.
There are large pines in some regions of the taiga.
Vanilla birch and pine trees are taller.
Huge jungle trees have more, longer branches.
Roots! They sometimes find their way into near-surface caves or off of cliff edges.
There's a configuration file now. (kbigtrees.txt) Posted Image
Planting saplings and placing wood blocks controls the type of tree that grows. (See Tree Growth Guide below.)

Credits: Karob

  • Backup minecraft and any saves you don't want corrupted. (Suggested)
  • Start with a fresh, new installation of Minecraft. (May not be necessary.)
  • Open minecraft.jar and the BigTrees zip file with an appropriate archiver.
  • Copy all *.class files directly from BigTrees zip to minecraft.jar.
  • Delete the folder "META-INF" in minecraft.jar.
If you want to be able to change the configuration, copy kbigtrees.txt to the '.minecraft' folder.
  • Play Minecraft!
(Installing the server version to minecraft-server.jar is similar, only do not delete META-INF.)
(For the server version, copy 'kbigtrees.txt' to the folder minecraft-server.jar is in.)
BigTreesForge-164.zip: (direct) (mirror)
890 kilobytes - Includes Forge version only.
Updated to Minecraft 1.6.4.
Details and instructions are in included "readme.pdf".
BigTreesForge-162.zip: (direct) (mirror)
891 kilobytes - Includes Forge version only.
Ported to Forge.
Added large birch tree.
Added custom saplings.
Vanilla tree modifications do not work.
Details and instructions are in included "readme.pdf".
BigTrees-162.zip: (direct) (mirror)
852 kilobytes - Includes client and server versions.
Updated to Minecraft 1.6.2.
BigTrees-161.zip: (direct) (mirror)
852 kilobytes - Includes client and server versions.
Updated to Minecraft 1.6.1.
BigTrees-152-forge-fixed.zip: (direct)
69 kilobytes - Forge version only.
This is just the Forge patch version of the mod.
Updated to fix a bug that crashed the game when used with other mods.


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