How to install Hunger Overhaul Mod [1.12.2->1.7.10] Mods for Minecraft?
1. Create a Backup File: Before doing anything, create a backup of your Minecraft world by opening File Explorer, typing %appdata%, and pressing Enter. Then go to /Roaming/.Minecraft /saves.
Copy them to a folder, and if something is wrong, all you will have to do is copy them back to the root folder.
2. You must have Minecraft Forge installed, you can read the instructions below the article.
3. Download, install Hunger Overhaul Mod packages: Searching for mods can be very complicated. File downloaded in .Jar format safe for your computer. Some mods may be outdated and won’t work, while some are incompatible with others. If you only download mods for Forge, you will avoid most of these problems.
4. Copy files in the mod directory:
- Press the Windows key +R at the same time
- Type %appdata% and press enter
- Find folder Minecraft and then look for the Mods folder within that
- Click on the desktop and then press Command+Shift+G all at the same time
- Type ~/Library and press enter
- Open the folder Application Support and then Minecraft.
Here, copy and paste the downloaded mod (.jar or .zip) that you want to add.
5. Run Minecraft and enjoy the mods: Now is the time to play the game. Note that each mod has a different way of controlling and interface. You read the instructions that accompany them (usually the original website of the mod or the text files).
Minecraft mods were once installed manually. You must open the original game file (named minecraft.jar), copy the mod, and delete a META-INF folder. Unfortunately, this is not allowed in the latest version of Minecraft. Minecraft Forge is an accessory added to Minecraft, making it possible to create and install any type of mod. It is updated regularly, and you will not need to modify the original file.
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Hunger Overhaul Mod [1.12.2->1.7.10] compatible with minecraft versions:1.7.10, 1.6.4, 1.6.2, 1.5.2 – Latest minecraft version: 1.17, 1.16.5, 1.16.4, 1.16.3, 1.16.2, 1.16.1, 1.16, 1.15.2, 1.15.1, 1.15.2
Ever thought hunger should be more integral to surviving? HarvestCraft + Forestry/integration. Harvest crops without having to replant. HarvestCraft village integration. New Forestry backpack. Tooltips on food items. And more¦! This mod for you
Hunger Overhaul is modular, you can disable/modify most features in the config.
- Rebalanced food replenishment values
- Food from other mods nerfed (1/4 of food value & saturation)
- Tooltips on food
- New GUI text shown when low on health/hunger
- Maximum stack size depends on hunger value of food
- Eating speed depends on food value
- Eating food gives a Well Fed’ effect that boosts health regen
- Crops take much longer to grow if planted in the wrong biome
- Seeds now have tooltips that indicate the correct biomes to plant in
- Crops can be right clicked when fully grown to harvest and replant
- Crops only grow during daytime (not in torchlight)
- Crops take much longer to grow
- Crops only give back the planted seeds (extra seeds can be obtained by punching grass)
- Hunger value set on respawn (including initial spawn) dependant on difficulty
- Low hunger gives negative effects
- Hunger loss and healing rate affected by difficulty
- Players die instantly when hunger reaches zero
- Different features can be turned on/off in the config file.
HarvestCraft village integration: HarvestCraft crops can now be found in villages
The crops found in the field will depend on the biome type (plains, desert, etc)
Also added water fields for crops that only grow in water (rice & cranberry)
Also added sand fields in desert villages that contain cactus fruit crops
HarvestCraft village integration: HarvestCraft food can now be traded
Farmer villagers buy crop produce
Butcher villagers sell high tier foods
HarvestCraft chest loot integration: HarvestCraft food can now be found as chest loot
Includes chests found in dungeons, mineshafts, desert/jungle temples
High tier foods only (large meal and above)
The chance for the items to show may need balancing
Forestry integration: Flowers from PamsWeeeFlowers are recognised by Forestry Bees
I think? Unable to test properly, let me know if not
Forestry integration: HarvestCraft seeds/fruit can be squeezed in the Forestry squeezer
Seeds give seed oil and fruits give fruit juice (and a chance for mulch)
Credit for the idea goes to DraxisWuf
Forestry integration: HarvestCraft crops can be grown in the Forestry multi-farm
Crops (cucumber, garlic, tomato, etc) are grown using the Vegetable farm’
Bushes (strawberries, grape, kiwi, etc) are grown using the Crop farm’
Rotton crop is grown using the Infernal farm’
White mushrooms are grown using the Mushroom farm’
Rice, cranberry and all tree crops not included
See the Forestry wiki for information on how to setup and configure farms
Forestry integration: Farmers Backpack added
Can store vanilla & HarvestCraft crops and produce
Crafted in the usual backpack style except with wheat seeds on either side
Currently there is no tier 2 (woven) version available
Only added if HarvestCraft is installed
Forestry integration: HarvestCraft saplings can bought from the Forestry lumberjack villager
Thaumcraft integration: HarvestCraft crops can now be harvested by straw golems
Include tree crops but you will need to provide a way for the golems to reach them
Thaumcraft integration: Most HarvestCraft / WeeeFlowers items now have aspects
The aspect value of food depends on it’s food replenishment value
Another reason to craft higher tier foods
Rebalanced food replenishment values
Unprepared food, such as raw crops or meat replenish half a hunger shank
Cooked crops and meat replenish one full hunger shank
Light meals such (soups, toast, etc) replenish around 2 hunger shanks
Average meals such (baked potato, hamburger, etc) replenish 3-4 hunger shanks
Large meals replenish around 5 hunger shanks
And so on¦
Foods from other mods nerfed (1/4 of food value & saturation)
Requires modifyFoodStats’ and modifyFoodValues’ to be true
Can be configured with the modFoodValueDivider’ config setting
Tooltips on food
(see screenshots below for a preview)
The tooltip will give you a rough indication of the food value and
saturation value of the food. For example; snack, nourishing meal, etc
New GUI text shown when low on health/hunger
Displays in the top left (health) and top right (hunger) corners
Color coded warning system (White<Yellow<Red)
Can be disabled in the config
Eating food gives a Well Fed’ effect that boosts health regen
The larger the meal, the longer the effect will last
Light meal (food value 4) = 40 seconds
Meal (food value 7) = 2 minutes
Large meal (food value 10) = 4 minutes
Feast (food value 14) = 8 minutes
The duration stacks, so if you eat 2 meals it will last 4 minutes
The boost increases the speed health replenishes by about 33%
For example, instead of taking 8 seconds to heal a heart it will take 6 seconds
Only affects base health regen (the one based on hunger level)
so if your hunger is low you will still not heal
Only takes effect if modifyFoodStats’ is enabled in the config
Maximum stack size depends on hunger value of food
The larger the meal, the less you can carry
Eating speed depends on food value
The larger the meal, the longer it takes to eat it
Morsels and snacks can be eaten quicker than in vanilla
Light meals are about the same as vanilla
Crops take much longer to grow if planted in the wrong biome
By default farming in the wrong biome takes x4 longer
Modifier (wrongBiomeRegrowthMultiplier) can be changed in the config
You can set the modifier to 1 to disable this feature
Seeds now have tooltips that indicate the correct biomes to plant in
It gives the biome type, rather than specific biome names
An example – – Crop grows best in: Plains, Forest, Jungle
Also tells you which block type you need to plant the seed on (Tilled dirt, sand, etc)
Crops can be right clicked when fully grown to harvest and replant
Self explantory really. You right click, harvest the produce and the crops remain
Crops only grow during daytime (not in torchlight)
Make sense, right?
Crops take much longer to grow
This, combined with the above make resources more scarce
Crops only give back the planted seeds, no extras
You can still get seeds by punching grass if you need more
Hunger value set on respawn (including initial spawn) dependant on difficulty
Peaceful/Easy = Same as vanilla (10 shanks)
Normal = 8 shanks
Hard = 6 shanks
Requires modifyFoodStats’ to be true
Can be configured in the config with the following settings;
respawnHungerValue (20): The value hunger is set to on peaceful/easy difficulty
respawnHungerDifficultyModifier (4): Amount difficulty will modify the above value
difficultyScalingRespawnHunger(true): Whether difficulty modifies respawn hunger
Health heals while your hunger is above 3 shanks (albeit slower)
So you don’t need to eat as soon as you have lost a couple of shanks
It seemed pointless to have a food that restored a large amount of hunger when
you had to stay at max hunger just to heal
Now you can let your hunger drop to around halfway before eating
Healing gets progressively slower as your health gets lower
Low health gives negative effects
Slowness, mining speed slowdown and weakness
The potency of the effect and starts is determined by difficulty setting
Each effect can be individually disabled in the config
Hunger loss and healing rate affected by difficulty
Easy/Peaceful is 75% speed, Normal is 100%, Hard is 150%
Hunger loss speed increased when HarvestCraft installed (33% quicker)
Just because it’s much easier to find food
Low hunger gives negative effects
Slowness starts when 3 shanks left and the effect increases as you starve
Mining speed slowdown and weakness also kick in when under 2 shanks
You die instantly when hunger reaches zero
Don’t worry, this is compensated by the lower hunger levels taking longer to deplete
New command: /hunger [player] <int>
Available to use on yourself and others (if you are an OP)
Can be disabled in the config
The new HarvestCraft village field
The new HarvestCraft village water field:
New desert village sand field
Crop tooltips showing the best biomes to plant in
New farmer villager trades (buys HarvestCraft crop produce)
New butcher villager trades (sells high tier HarvestCraft foods)
New HarvestCraft chest loot
Harvestcraft seeds being squeezed in the Forestry squeezer
How to install:
- Download and install
- Download and install AppleCore
- Download and install HarvestCraft Mod
- Download Hunger Overhaul Mod
- Put Hunger Overhaul Mod zip file into your /.minecraft/mods folder. Do not unzip it.
For Minecraft 1.10.2
For Minecraft 1.7.10
For Minecraft 1.6.4/1.6.2
For Minecraft 1.5.2
How To Install Minecraft Forge (Modding API)?
Step 1: Download Minecraft Forge here.
Step 2: run the downloaded file.
Step 3: Click ok to install (Requires computer to install Java).
Step 4: Wait for the system to install Minecraft Forge.
Step 5: After successful installation, you will receive a notification.
Step 6: Open Run By keyboard shortcuts (Windows+R), type% appdate% to open .minecraft folder
Step 7: Create a new folder and name it Mods. If not, create a folder called Mods.
Step 8: Run with forge,You will see Minecraft Forge in the lower-left corner and the Mods button under Multiplayer.
Above are the steps for you to download and install Minecraft Forge; this is the required software for you to use the mods in Minecraft to help your game experience increase a lot.
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