More Commands In Minecraft Beta 1. 12 .2 Edition

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More Commands in Minecraft! Adds Over 30+ Commands To Mess Around With!


VERSION SUPPORTED: 1.1 Beta


AUTHOUR: _Xx_AdamMC_xX_


DESCRIPTION:

More commands in minecraft is finally back! Right now in beta there are about 30 commands to mess around with. But there will be MANY more later on! If you see any bugs please report in the bug report discussion. Any suggestions? Leave it down in the comments below! Want the 1.10.2 Version? Click the link!                                                                            https://mcreator.net/modification/31713/more-commands-minecraft-1102



                                                                                    FEATURES

  • /gmc
  • /gms
  • /gma
  • /gm 0
  • /gm 1
  • /gm 2
  • /gm 3
  • /internet
  • /feed
  • //setmark
  • /hi
  • /!
  • /sword
  • /shovel
  • /axe
  • /hoe
  • /explode @p
  • /day
  • /night
  • /noon
  • A large work in progress GUI
  • Many more!
  • (Try and mess around with the commands to know how it works because this is a complex large mod! Don't know how to use a command? Comment down below or use the built in mod GUI by doing /mcimhelp


HOW TO INSTALL THE MOD:

1. Download Forge 1.12.2 Link: https://files.minecraftforge.net/maven/net/minecraftforge/forge/index_1.12.2.html

2. Click on Forge then hit install

3. Do Windows Key + R then type %appdata%

4. Find .minecraft then click "mods"

5. Move the MCIM BETA 1.1 FOR 1.12.2 file into the mods folder

6. Make a profile for 1.12.2 forge

7. Select Forge 1.12.2 profile then boot minecraft then your done! Enjoy!

Latest supported Minecraft version
1.12.2
Release type
Beta
Changelog

Build 1.0 BETA

>Release of mod


Build 1.1 BETA

>Fixed some commands that when executed, does not do anything

>Fixed /gm 2

>Broken commands: /sword (Will try and fix in Build 1.2 BETA)

>Added /explode (USAGE: /explode(value1-10)

>Added /music (Work In Progress To see what music there is available, open the GUI with /mcimhelp then, click command list, then go to the third page and look at the audio section

>Removed /nuke (It will appear as a functioning command in GUI but the command is removed.)

What do all the commands do? Some are self explanatory, but others I can't figure out.