Multi Mine Mod for Minecraft 1.8.8/1.8/1.7.10


The Multi Mine mod is a great mod for servers everywhere; it really brings teamwork to Minecraft, and there’s nothing bad about that. You know how when you are mining a block with a pick, and it needs to be hit eight times before it breaks, and you only hit it seven times and then have to deal with a monster or look elsewhere for some reason? When you come back, the block still needs to be hit eight times, as if you never touched it. This mod makes it so up to 30 blocks store their “hit data” in memory, so you can come back and break them without needing to spend all the time mining again.

This is actually very nice for Obsidian especially, since that material takes so much time to mine and being interrupted while hacking at Obsidian is very frustrating. Besides keeping track of how many times they have been hit, blocks can also be mined twice as fast with two players mining them simultaneously, or three times as fast with three players, and so on. Digging deep mineshafts and cutting caves into the sides of mountains is easier and faster than ever thanks to the Multi Mine mod, which is about as fair and balanced as a Minecraft mod can get.


This mod adds no overpowered weapons, armor or items. It doesn’t give you control over time and it doesn’t make you immune to certain forms of damage. It adds no vehicles, custom monsters, custom dimensions or other nonsense. It just lets you mine things faster when working with other people, or even while working alone since blocks have a sort of memory for how many times you have hit them. Anyone who plays a lot of Minecraft with friends might want to try the Multi Mine mod, but it would need to be installed on the server side for this to work.

Multi Mine Mod for Minecraft 1.8 and 1.7.10 Changelogs

  • Added even more Air checking in server logic.
  • Fixed odd air blockstate with the block != Blocks.Air
  • Fixed crash with FML CustomItemStack implementation.

How to install Multi Mine Mod?

  1. Download the mod and Minecraft Forge.
  2. Install Minecraft Forge.
  3. Open up the Start Button
  4. Type in %appdata% then looks for the Roaming folder then find the .minecraft folder
  5. If the file you downloaded IS NOT a .jar, if it is an archive, you NEED to open it and find the installation instructions inside.
  6. Drop the downloaded file into your .minecraft/mods/ folder.
  7. Have fun!

Download Links for Multi Mine Mod

for Minecraft 1.8.8

for Minecraft 1.8

for Minecraft 1.7.10

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