Creating complicated redstone locks is kind of pointless when players can simply explode their way into your home using a TNT cannon or other exploits. The Security Craft mod makes locking up your vaults easier than ever, but it goes much further than that. In addition to giving you electronic keypads and new ways to keep doors closed, Security Craft also introduces a host of items which are meant to help discourage thieves from breaking into your home or vault. By killing them. The laser tripwire, made by placing two tripwires within 5 blocks of each other, can be attached to a TNT trap for a huge blast.
Mines are another nice addition in Security Craft. They can be placed on practically any flat, even surface, though they cannot be placed on walls. Any entity that walks on a mine except for creepers and cats will cause it to detonate, yielding a huge explosion that’s likely to kill that entity. It works on monsters and even other players, which makes mine placement something to stress over. While you could put a few in a grassy area to surprise people walking through, mines can be used in an offensive manner as well. Try placing a ring of mines around an enemy player’s base and you’ll soon understand.
With a little extra work, mines can be made to look like run-of-the-mill blocks – cobblestone, wood planks, whatever. Mines can be defused is right-clicked with a shears and armed again if right clicked with flint and steel, so they aren’t invincible. Also of interest are the reverse lava and water; the lava has burning animations and sounds like it’s hurting you, but will deal no damage. The water is instant death. The Security Craft mod really does help to make your Minecraft world more secure, though some measures are quite a bit more devious than others.
How to install Security Craft Mod?
- Download the Minecraft Forge and this mod!
- Find in %appdata%/.minecraft, the mods folder.
- Move the mod jar/zip file to .minecraft/mods