Forge Modloader (Not to be confused with Minecraft Forge) is an independent mod for Minecraft that helps a lot of other mods work. It aids in the installation of dozens if not hundreds of different mods, and it ensures that the mods you are using at any given time are compatible with one another, warning you if it detects that they are not. This can save you a lot of time digging through error and crash reports and trying to figure things out yourself, especially if you have many mods installed. This mod is really more of a tool than anything else.
Like other modloaders, the Forge Modloader has many specific mods which were designed to work especially well with it, as well as some mods which won’t work with it at all, regardless of what you do. Because of this, it’s hard to say that any single modloader is really the best of the bunch, but it’s common knowledge that the majority of mods for Minecraft, including the Forge Modloader, were designed to work with Forge, so it’s safe to say it is the most commonly used modloader, if not the best. If you do any modding on Minecraft, sooner or later you’ll probably want to pick up this tool.
Forge Modloader for Minecraft 1.8 and 1.7.10 Changelogs
- Changed pass-thru method name to fix MCP name conflict.
- Fixed a few old javadoc object name mistakes.
- FML’s package for net.miencraftforge on maven. Fixes uploading of new builds.
Download Links for Forge Modloader
for Minecraft 1.8
for Minecraft 1.7.10
Credit: LexManos – Website: MinecraftForge.net