• Official Post

    The IC²-Developement team proudly presents:
    Industrial Craft ²
    Version 1.00 SSP
    (for now)

    If you want to support IC²'s developement, or want to thank the team in a more materialistic way, feel free to drop us donations:

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    This is it. IC², the future of IC.
    While playing it, you will feel right at home again, rediscovering most of the stuff known from IC. However, once you get your machines running, you will quickly notice how smooth and well-designed everything works now. Wiring is easier, batterys aren't as twosided (on/off) anymore, new cables, rubber stuff, new machines, EVERYTHING was added.
    Create obstacle courses of Metal Poles and Rubber-Sheets, explore the Nether with an Electrical Jetpack or blow up whole landscapes at once by using the Dynamite-O-Mote. Or discover the much more complex mechanisms of Nuclear Engineering, blow up your hut or burn your hands. Or grap the rusty ol Composite Vest, and start hunting Creepers with the new, allmighty NanoSaber.

    It's up to you, it's MINEcraft after all.

    Some Images of old&new functions:

    How to install, how to report errors, how to NOT bug the IC² developers:

    What do i need to install IndustrialCraft / Prequesites ?

    It's strongly recommended to install these prequesite mods in the listed order onto a freshly downloaded minecraft.jar for optimum results.

    How to install the Mod itself:
    To install IC², first extract the archive to a location of your choice. Then drag the content of the minecraft folder into your minecraft.jar with a archive managing tool like WinRar.
    You can ignore theminecraft_server folder.
    Do not attempt to install this mod by dropping it into the mods folder.
    Do not unpack your minecraft.jar.
    Do not drop the whole client or the downloaded archive into your minecraft.jar.
    Do not forget to delete the META-INF folder if you didn't delete it already.
    Do as i said in the second sentence of this section.

    As well, you can (optionally) install the IC² Sound Package.
    To use the new sounds, you will need to have Audiomod installed.
    Copy the downloaded "sound"-folder into your ".minecraft/ressources/mod" directory. Alternatively you can copy the content of the sound folder into the folder present at the location described in the sentence before.
    You can freely alter and remove any of the sounds to your like, it will not have any effects on minecraft (except for disabling/altering sounds).

    If you get any sort of crashes or errors, consider first reading the FAQ, before bugging the Support section:

    If you want to report Bugs; we got a Bug-Section for that purpouse. Please read the Known Bug's List first, though.

    If you got questions, considere browsing through the official IC wiki.
    Note: The wiki is not completely updated to IC² yet, we do not guarantuee for the completeness of anything noted there.

    There's an automatically generated Recipe-File attached to this post. Feel free to download it if you can't find the necessary crafting informations on the wiki / in the forum.

    Or pay the Dev-Team's official YT-PR-Manager a visit:

    If you're looking for a server, check out the Server-Section of this forum.
    Or just directly grap your reserverd slot on
    Industrial Rage
    Obviously, without SMP-version there are no servers yet

    Firstly, we would like to thank the whole MCP team. Without their work, modifying Minecraft would be MUCH more complicated and time-consuming.
    Additionally, thanks go to Risugami, Flan and the MCForge team, a big mod like IC² just can't live without all these base-modifications.
    As well, i would on this spot thank my developer team personally:

    • Player - Coder & Co-Leader of IC²
    • alexthesax - Coder
    • Drashian - Coder
    • elementalist - Coder
    • Feanturi - Spriter
    • tahu44 Modeller
    • Lurch1985 Sound Artist
    • The whole set of Beta-Testers, who i constantly annoyed by throwing buggy new versions at them while smiting every of their bugreport with a casual "It's not a bug, it's a feature".

    IMS-License (It's my stuff!)
    Everything seen on this website/thread and directly related to the content of this post is copyright'd by the respective author of this mod (IC² Dev-Team, names mentioned above). Any sort of files associated with this content (= the Download) may only be used for it's actual purpouse (installing and playing IC²). You may modify any or all of the content, but are NOT allowed to public any of it.
    As well, noone besides the author and persons elected by the author are allowed to provide any download links. Everyone else is NOT allowed to public any sort of download, though he/she may hand out links to this website/thread instead.
    Exspecially it is EXPLICITELY NOT allowed for anyone besides the author to earn any money by using this content's existence. This includes adfly, site advertisment and donations.
    Any of the limitations above can be nullified by an explicite permission of the author.

    Addendum I:
    Trivially, all sites associated with and/or hosted by Alblaka or any member of the IC²-Dev-Team are allowed to provide content and/or links to content freely.
    This addendum mainly refers to any downloads hosted via the IC² wiki.

    Addendum II:
    Any individuum is allowed to showcase this mod in form of screenshots and/or videos on any platform/website/forum under following restriction:
    -A link to this thread must be provided, clearly visible under/next-to the media element(s).

    Addendum III:
    Any sort of modifications to the original IC² code may be created and published within the Addons-Section of this forum. The addon download must not contain any IC² files except the ones modified and of course the new files themselves.

    • Official Post

    I've had a few complaints of the sounds being too loud, so I've thrown together a repack. This should normalise everything to around the same volume (other than things that are supposed to be loud, like the induction furnace and nuclear reactor). Just copy and overwrite the existing sound files. Only the volumes have changed.

    IC2 v1.0 Quieter