Gears N’ Clouds Mod 1.8, 1.7.10 adds that new steampunk vibe to Minecraftia! With airships and robot companions planned for the future, the Gears N’ Clouds Mod is something
- Do you have luck on your side today? Go for a mining session and see if you can find the three new ores: Brass Ore (Yes, it is an ore now), Nexite Ore and the Rusty Iron Ore.
- Whaddaya buyin’? Whaddaya sellin’? Go look for the new mob, The Steampunker, in the taiga biome. He could sell you useful items from this mod.
- Craft the almighty human crafter and disassemble & rebuild your character into a cyborg! Currently not working…
- Decorate your house with some decorative gear accessories, like the Gear Lamp.
- Got to achieve them all! Get all of the achievements!
- Too lazy to do things for yourself? Build a machine that does it for you!
- Want to feel special? Better than everyone else? Craft the upgraded tank armor to amaze your friends.
Human Crafter – Not working in latest version
The tank armor is a type of armor better than it’s little brother. The tank armor is mostly crafted with full blocks instead of ingots or orbs
Tank Brass Helmet
Tank Brass Chestplate
Tank Brass Leggings
Tank Brass Boots
Tank Rusty Helmet
Tank Rusty Chestplate
Tank Rusty Leggings
Tank Rusty Boots
Tank Nexite Mask
Tank Nexite Chestplate
Tank Nexite Belt
Tank Nexite Boots
All the recipes for machines will be below here
The Ruster is a new machine that gives you accessibility to rusty iron, even if you disabled the ore in the config file. The recipes for this new machine is down below.
Rusty Iron Ingot
Rusty Iron Boots
Rusty Iron Leggings
Rusty Iron Chestplate
Rusty Iron Helmet
Rusty Iron Sword
Rusty Iron Pickaxe
Rusty Iron Axe
Rusty Iron Shovel
Rusty Iron Hoe
All other armor and tool recipes are the same. All ‘collection blocks’ (Nexite Block, Brass Block, Rusty Iron Block) is created by putting 9 of them in a 3×3 crafting table.
Gears N’ Clouds Mod Installation
- First you need download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Then download this Minecraft mod file at link below.
- Go to %appdata%. It can also be found by searching for “%appdata%” in your start menu.
- Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
- If the “mods” folder does’nt exist in your PC, you’ll need create one.
- Then drag and drop the downloaded .jar (or .zip) file into mods folder.