7 Days to mine is a large zombie apocalypse mod, based on the 7 Days to Die game by The Fun Pimps. Survive in a world full of ruins, abandoned cities, and zombies. Build bases to protect you from the hordes, utilize old technology, fix vehicles, or die.
The mod uses custom main menu, sky, cloud and player renderers, and GLSL shaders, which might cause issues with other mods doing the same things. If you happen to want to use any of such mods, it is recommended to turn these features of 7 Days to Mine off in the config file (.minecraft/config/sevendaystomine.cfg).
The custom first-person gun rendering does not work properly when the Replay Mod is used.
Otherwise, the mod should be Compatible™ with most mods. There is built-in compatibility with JEI (recipes for the custom "stations" as well some bits of information).
With shaders, you have about a 50/50 chance they work. The most common issue with them is the rendering of the in-game CCTV cameras. Keep in my, that almost all shaders require that you set "customSky" in the config file to false.
Using "Bukkit-Forge" hybrids (such as Magma, CatServer) causes certain player data (thirst, infection) to not be reset. Therefore it is recommended to either not use these, or to use the /hydrate and /cure commands when a player respawns.
While the structure generation should be compatible with all mods, it is recommended to use the "Default (7D2M)" world type when possible (in server.properties use SEVENDAYS). You can also use the header world type "Wasteland (7D2M)" (in server.properties use WASTELAND). The default Vanilla world-type was renamed to "Default (Vanilla)".
Because of how performance-intensive the world generation can be, you might want to consider using some sort of a work pregenerator mod.
Special thanks to...
- princepat711 for many textures
- tild09 for many textures
- Crazy_Jky for Chinese localization
- Nykrdaudr for a lot of testing and many ideas
- The Fun Pimps for making 7 Days to Die
- Pylo for making MCreator, that made the original mod possible
- everyone who participated in the pre-release testing or supported me on YouTube