The Ocarina Mod For Minecraft 1.10.2/1.9.4/1.8.9/1.7.10/1.7.2
Hello again, to meet at the same time. Today I would like to present you about The Ocarina Mod. This is the first thing I want to know from you, before you start to install and use this The Ocarina Mod. Do you love and like music? How much? Personally, I like the lyrics and the music. It makes me feel more creative and enjoyable. In addition, it can also cause sadness, sorrow, laughter, comfort or power. If you feel like me, or have a love of music. This is something you should not miss. It works great. And this will make you remember for the rest of your life.
The Ocarina Mod Description :
This is called The Ocarina Mod, it will allow you to learn songs that effect gameplay!
The Ocarina Mod adds a fully-functioning Ocarina straight from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask into Minecraft! The Ocarina functions just like it does in The Legend of Zelda. Unless you’ve been hearing this from The Legend of Zelda, this it is easy to learn for you. Future updates will include LAN and Server compatibility, and more songs!
The Ocarina Mod Crafting Recipes :
How to use The Ocarina Mod
For this version to play the Ocarina, right-click with it in your hand. This will open up the Ocarina menu. You can play with the four movement keys and the jump button (custom controls will work too). You can close the menu just like any other menu.
The Ocarina Mod Changelog v2.0:
-update version for Minecraft 1.4.7 and old version
-3 usable songs with in-game effects
-2 other songs that do not (yet) affect gameplay
-Songs must be learned before they can be played
-Improved Note Icons in GUI
-GUI now displays 8 notes at a time
-Songs no longer have to start at the beginning of the staff, they can also go onto the next staff
How to install The Ocarina Mod
- Download Modloader
- Download The Ocarina Mod
- Extract the two folders included with these instructions into your .minecraft directory, merging
- Open Minecraft.jar and delete the META INF
- Drag and Drop file into Minecraft.jar
- Done! Enjoy!
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