I really enjoy the lucky block mod, and I've created some customized drops for 1.8 (and since new drops are always awesome, I decided to share it). =)
There are about 200 or so new drops and about 50 modified default drops... lots of new things. =)
I also added some worldgen (also through Loot++) so you may find some spiral lucky blocks randomly in your world.... I tried to make them spawn at about the same rate as the regular lucky blocks by default.
There are normal spiral blocks, as well as "lucky" and "unlucky" structures.
If you want to get rid of or modify the world generation, go into the zipped addon and look in the config/world_gen/surface.txt file. To see what all of those options mean, look in the Loot++ config, in your config folder at Loot++/world_gen.cfg.
You can delete the surface.txt file if you don't want any world gen at all.
And here's the crafting recipe:
And a few screenshots of the drops:
Beware the Slime King in his Castle!
Open some Giant Spiral Lucky Blocks!
Red Dragon Dungeon (This dragon is kinda evil!)
Spiral Dungeon... Complete with a boss and a hidden room. =)
And here's a little preview of the boss...
Lucky Tower (A procedurally generated structure with a random height, which creates itself as you move up)
Turn the world into candy!
Astral Creepers raining from the sky. Don't worry, they aren't as scary as they look. =)
Grim has a new outfit...
And Bob seems to have found himself a new sword...
And if you're super lucky... you might even find some custom-created Spiral Lucky armour, weapons, and tools!
Really Old Versions:
How to download and install:
- First download and install forge and lucky blocks for 1.8, with lucky blocks version 7.0.1 or higher.
- Download the latest Loot++ for 1.8 (get it here) and drop it into the mods folder as well.
- Download this add-on.
- Go to your game folder (where you installed lucky blocks and such), and drag the zip file you downloaded into the addons/lucky_block folder.
- Load up the game, and that should be all. Time to get lucky! (Or unlucky!).
If for whatever reason, you want to leave a comment, I'd suggest leaving it on the Minecraft Forum page, as I'll check it more often.
But anyway, enjoy the add-on!
You can also check out this resource pack that gives the original lucky block a 3D model like these spiral ones:
And Here's a link to the 1.7 version of the addon!