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I am wondering how to download the X-ray mod.

I have Forge installed (version 1.6.4) and I downloaded the 1.6.4 version of the X-Ray mod and placed it in the mods folder of the .minecraft directory. But when I login, it only shows the other mods that i downloaded. It does not show the x-ray mod.

The mods that i downloaded are:

  • Minecraft Coder Pack
  • Forge Mod Loader
  • Minecraft Forge
  • Player API
  • Pixelmon
  • Smart Moving
  • Smart Render

So, is it another mod that interferes with it?

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Don't hack bro :P – Linuxmint Nov 26 '13 at 2:49
XD. No, I don't plan to use the mod to hack. Just to see how it affects gameplay. – user2687789 Apr 15 '14 at 13:33
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I played with this for a while (just for fun though(dont use it on a server(It's still unfair compared to the other players))). I used a x-ray texturepack which you can just put in your texturepack in .minecraft or directly through minecraft itself.

StrongestCraft :

I hope this helped.


Since this is a texture-pack and no mod it doesn't interfere with any mods. The obvious downside it that you cant combine this with a fancy hd texture pack but you wouldn't see any blocks anyhow so that doesn't matter.

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Thanks, was either looking for an alternative to "download" the mod. I just wanted to see how it can affect gameplay. Thanks a lot, Marco Geertsma. – user2687789 Apr 15 '14 at 13:31

Here is a YouTube link for the install,

and here is the thread on Minecraft Forums

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Whilst these links answer the question, it's better to summarise the content here, and use the links as references only, to prevent link rot. – Robotnik Feb 10 '14 at 23:39

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