AppleCore Mod 1.12.2/1.10.2/1.7.10 is an API. It’s effective to modify the mechanics of the food along with the hunger in Minecraft. It’s completely free to get!
What can you do with AppleCore?
AC is a great tool made by squeek502. It is released and available for all people around the MC world to experience.
It is good at doing a few HUD changes. After version 2.0.0, features are divided into their own mod named AppleSkin. In other words, its HUD-related additions are moved to AppleSkin.
Mods that can be done
We have a list of mods that can use the existing gadget.
Hunger Overhaul: Expansive improvements to hunger and equivalent programs
The Spice of Life: Increases the dietary variety through lowering returns
Hunger In Peace: It’s possible to carry out normal hunger and health regen peacefully.
Hunger Tweaker: Displays the API to CraftTweaker scripting
Tips for mod developers:
Start off with and deploy AC
Ensure that your food can exist together with the AC
Integrate plants with it
Food values are visible after you hold down Shift
If pressing Food, the Hunger/saturation HUD overlay will pop up.
Food exhaustion will appear as a progress bar behind the hunger bar.
AppleCore owns many important features. Note! Plenty of HUD-involved functions that were once in the mod have been passed.
It’s practicable to synchronize the difficulty setting to the client.
There is a /hunger [player] server command. It will position the hungry feeling of either the command sender. It also happens to the specific player to a certain value.
Have some solutions for eating or drinking animation speed. That occurred while the duration was modified in the forge event PlayerUseItemEvent.Start
Do not forget to look up information about the exhaustion and saturation systems of Minecraft!
AppleCore is actually an API for editing the food and hunger mechanism in Minecraft. Install Minecraft Forge and you can embark on checking out the new product now!
How to install AppleCore Mod:
Assure that you have already installed Minecraft Forge
Define the location of the Minecraft application folder.
On the windows, open Run from the Start Menu, write %appdata% and click to Run
Open Mac on the finder, press and hold Alt and click to Library on the peak of the Menu Bar. Open the Application Support directory and look for Minecraft.
Put AppleCore Mod you have already downloaded (.jar) into Mods directory.
When you start using Minecraft, open the mod button, you will realize that AppleCore Mod has been set up.