Malisis Doors Mod 1.7.10: An interesting mod that adds blocks, allowing you to create secret corridors and even hide the house completely. In addition, there will be new doors with animations and sensors that can be opened automatically.
MalisisDoors Mod 1.10 /1.9 /1.9 adds new animations for doors, hatches, and fences. Add new doors with different original animations such as glass doors, prison doors, laboratory doors, factory doors, and garage doors. You can also build your door entirely from a car, which allows you to choose how it looks and how it moves.
This module has almost everything you want, providing more options for your building entrance. Most importantly, it does not require complicated Redstone lines to set up.
The first goal of this module is to improve the behavior of the vanilla door. They now animate when they are opened or closed, instead of immediately transitioning to a new state. In addition, it enables the double doors to open and close automatically without the need for Redstone. There are also animations for doors and gates!
Wooden Doors and Iron Trapdoor:
The new variants of wooden doors and hatches added in Minecraft 1.8 are available.
Two new sliding doors (wooden door and iron door) have been added, and they function as normal. The doors are the same, but they cannot be turned. On their own, they will slide into adjacent blocks.
New metal prison door, which can be slid to the side. Can only be exchanged for Redstone.
A new type of metal laboratory door that can slide upwards. This is not a double door.
A new metallic factory door that slides both upwards and downwards.
The new shoji door slowly slides to one side.
Simple red curtains opened with custom animations.
When you walk through the new saloon doors, they will open automatically.
A simple door that slides on the side and makes aerodynamic sounds.
Camo fence gates:
The doors are on both sides because they are the same type.
The rusty door was a huge metal hatch, and the handle opened slowly. Equipped with a built-in rusty ladder. 2x3x2 block space requirement.
Like the trap doors, when the door is placed on the upper part of the side of the device, the door will open.
A metal ladder that looks like a ladder built into a rusty door.
Multi-layer structure, allowing you to open a large area of animation. Just look up, the width and height of the garage door can be determined according to your needs. Likewise, a simple change in the Redstone current will cause all doors to open or close according to their current state.
Wooden large and elegant double doors (4x5x1 multi-lock). Note: Right-click on the frame to close the door.
Forcefield and Controller:
The force field controller is an element that can generate a force field. The force field can be of any size (up to 100 blocks) and cannot be destroyed. Use the items in the force field to activate and deactivate it, and use it while sneaking to completely destroy it.
When placing the force field, the controller will display color information. Mandatory field to indicate whether this is possible between selected locations. It is self-sufficient, but it takes time to recharge. Please note that removing the force field will completely uninstall the controller.
Door Factory and Custom Doors:
A door factory is a self-sufficient machine, you can use it to design your own doors. Choose its properties, such as movement type (ten available!), color tone, or animation speed, and then choose the frame, top, and bottom material blocks to determine their appearance.
The upper and lower materials also allow some special effects:
- Flint and steel produce fire effects.
- The lower bead shows the animation of the lower portal.
- The bucket shows the flowing water.
- The sink shows flowing lava.
Custom Doors With Effects:
How to install Malisis Doors:
- Make sure Minecraft Forge and MalisisCore are installed.
- Find your Minecraft application folder.
- In Windows, open “Run” from the “Start” menu, enter% appdata%, and click “Run”.
- On your Mac, open Finder, hold down the ALT key, then click “Go” at the top, then click “Library.” Menu Bar. Open the application support folder and find Minecraft.
- Put the mod (.jar file) you just downloaded in the mods folder.
- When you start Minecraft and click the Mods button, you should see that the mod is installed.