Quark Mod 1.11.2 and 1.10.2 aims to create an experience akin to the “vanilla” experience, by having a very simple motto: anything that would be added to Quark could also be added to the default game without compromising its gameplay style.
Quark Mod currently has 128 features to spice up your game, all of which fitting the previous motto.
To that end, every feature added to Quark is simple and small. Hence the name of the mod, Quark, as a Quark is a very small thing. Quark is a Modular mod. Which means that its features are split within various modules. All of the modules can be disabled, and all the features can also be disabled individually if one wants to.
This module adds features to minecraft’s automation prospects.
Dispensers can plant seeds on the correct type of soil.
This works for all overworld seeds, on Tilled Soil, Nether Wart, on Soul Sand, and Chorus Flower on End stone.
Obsidian Pressure Plates
Pressure Plates made with obsidian will only trigger when Players walk over them.
This module adds new structural building blocks.
Hardened Clay Tiles
“Tile” style blocks for Hardened Clay and all colors of Stained Clay. They can all be turned into stairs and slabs, and look great for roofs.
4 Blocks are crafted with a 2×2 of the respective Hardened/Stained Clay block.
Sugar Cane Blocks
A 3×3 of Sugar Canes creates a Sugar Cane Block. These can be turned into stairs, slabs and walls. You can also turn them back into Sugar Canes, if you want.
Bricks with a sandy tone, crafted with a Brick block and a Sand Block. They can also be used for stairs, slabs, and walls.
Thatch is created via a 2×2 of Wheat. It can be used for stairs and slabs or turned back into 4 Wheat.
More Stone Bricks
Stone Bricks for Granite, Diorite and Andesite. Crafted with a 2×2 of the Polished variant. All of them can be used for stairs, slabs, and walls.
Log-type blocks with the log “bark” texture on all sides. Crafted with a 2×2 of the respective log. Can be turned into walls.
Created with 2 Stone Slabs, similarly to Chiseled Sandstone. Looks like the top of the Stone Slab texture on all sides.
Carved Wood is a cornerstone type block for wood, made with a 2×2 of the respective wood slab.
Stairs, Slabs, and Walls
Stairs, Slabs, and Walls for a bunch of vanilla materials: Stone, Granite, Diorite, Andesite, End Bricks, Prismarine, Prismarine Bricks, and Dark Prismarine.
Walls for, aside from all the previous: Purpur, Bricks, Quartz, Sandstone, Red Sandstone, and Stone Bricks.
This module adds new decorative building blocks.
Lit Redstone Lamp
Combining a Redstone Lamp with a Redstone Torch creates a Lit Redstone lamp, that’s always emitting light.
The Blaze Lantern is the fire equivalent of the Sea Lantern. Crafted with a + of Blaze Powder and Blaze Rods in the corners, like a Sea Lantern.
Paper Walls use the “pane” look, which lets you make fancy oriental style buildings. Thanks to the new 1.9 change that makes standalone panes look like poles, they can also be used to make makeshift “tiki torches”.
These are crafted with 3 Paper in the middle row, and Sticks covering the rest of the grid.
All The Trapdoors
This allows you to make trapdoors of all wood blocks rather than just Oak. It also changes the recipe to create 6 rather than 2 trapdoors, since doors make 3.
New Banner Motifs
New banner motifs can be made using Dragon Heads, Eyes of Ender, Iron Swords, and Iron Chestplates, alongside the chosen color of dye.
This module adds inventory management features.
This module tweaks various gameplay elements.
This module adds vanity features for your character.
This module adds world generation features.
How to install:
This mod requires Minecraft Forge. This is just a standard forge mod installation. If you’ve done it before you can skip this.
- Make sure you have Minecraft installed.
- Locate the version of Minecraft Forge for your target Minecraft version here.
- Download installer-win (or installer if you’re not on Windows) and run it. A new forge profile will be added to your minecraft launcher.
- Download AutoRegLib using the link above the image. Put the downloaded .jar into your “mods” folder.
- Download Quark using the download button above. Put the downloaded .jar file into your “mods” folder.
- The “mods” folder is next to your “resourcepacks” folder. To locate it, run the new forge instance, open the Resource Packs menu, open the folder, and go one level up to where all your minecraft files are. The “mods” folder should be there alongside others like “screenshots” or “saves”.
- Run your new forge profile with Quark installed.
For server installation:
- Follow the above steps, up to step 3. For step 3 pick Server rather than Client, and change the location to an empty folder somewhere.
- Create a “mods” folder inside the empty folder you picked, that now contains your server files.
- Download AutoRegLib using the link above the image. Put the downloaded .jar into that “mods” folder.
- Download Quark using the download button above. Put the downloaded .jar file into that “mods” folder.
- Run the server using the forge jar. Not the minecraft_server jar
For Minecraft 1.9.0
For Minecraft 1.9.4
For Minecraft 1.10.2
For Minecraft 1.11.2
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