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HumanMobs Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2/1.4.7

This mod changes the default model of agressive mobs and villagers and turn them into the HumanPlayer one while keeping all they usual behavior (Exploding creepers, teleporting endermans, village traders, etc).

Screenshots:

http://www.img.9minecraft.net/Mods/HumanMobs-Mod-1.jpg

http://www.img.9minecraft.net/Mods/HumanMobs-Mod-2.jpg

http://www.img.9minecraft.net/Mods/HumanMobs-Mod-3.jpg

http://www.img.9minecraft.net/Mods/HumanMobs-Mod-4.jpg

http://www.img.9minecraft.net/Mods/HumanMobs-Mod-5.jpg

http://www.img.9minecraft.net/Mods/HumanMobs-Mod-6.jpg

http://www.img.9minecraft.net/Mods/HumanMobs-Mod-7.jpg

The following mobs are changed into Humans:

  • Creeper
  • Zombie
  • Skeleton
  • ZombiePigman
  • Ghast
  • Blaze
  • WitherSkeleton
  • Enderman
  • Witch
  • Spider
  • CaveSpider
  • IronGolem
  • SnowGolem
  • Slime
  • MagmaCube
  • SilverFish
  • Villagers
  • ZombieVillagers

This mod also gives Giant Zombies Texture their own texture

With this mod, you can use any skin (even HD skins!) as one of those mobs!!

How to use your own skins:

There are three ways to do it:

Before Installing the mod:

  • Open the HumanMobs.zip before instaling
  • Open the mobs folder inside it
  • Rename your skin with the name of the mob(Example: For a zombie, rename it zombie.png For a Blaze rename it fire.png)
  • Place your skin inside the mobs folder of HumanMobs.zip (Say yes if your program ask to replace)
  • Install following the instructions in  this post

After It’s Installed

  • Open your minecraft.jar with 7zip or winrar
  • Open the mobs folder inside it
  • Rename your skin with the name of the mob(Example: For a zombie, rename it zombie.png For a Blaze rename it fire.png)
  • Place your skin inside the mobs folder of minecraft.jar (Say yes if your program ask to replace)

Using a TexturePack

  • Open your texturepack.zip with 7zip or winrar (Not needed if it’s a folder)
  • Open the mobs folder inside it
  • Rename your skin with the name of the mob(Example: For a zombie, rename it zombie.png For a Blaze rename it fire.png)
  • Place your skin inside the mobs folder of your texturepack (Say yes if your program ask to replace)

If you’re also using the Random Mobs mod included in MCPATCHER you can use more skins for a single mob. Just rename it to zombie2.png, zombie3.png fire2.png fire3.png etc.

Installation:

Using MCPatcher HD

1.Go to the Mods tab and click add…

2.Select the HumanMobs.zip that you downloaded (HumanMobs modloader.zip if you are installing that version!)

3. Click OK in the next two windows:

4. Click Patch

To install the Modloader Version:

  • Download the HumanMobs modloader.zip
  • Make sure that you have modloader installed in your minecraft.jar
  • After that just follow the same steps that the normal version that are below here (Make sure that you are adding the HumanMobs modloader.zip instread of HumanMobs.zip)
  • Test it it works with your mods

http://www.img.5minecraft.net/download.png

For 1.5.2

http://dl.5minecraft.net/download.php?file=de7982546a43aa666271539fbbf707e9

For 1.4.7/1.4.6

http://dl.5minecraft.net/download.php?file=ca2f6aef2a7afb1b7d96a290b39ff293

For 1.4.5

http://dl.5minecraft.net/download.php?file=e40cabdd7dfac4b0f0801d1a155eb945

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