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Player API Mod for Minecraft 1.10.2/1.9.4

The Player API mod is an absolute must-have mod for players who mod often, or who have many mods implemented at one time. Essentially, it minimizes the chances of errors and incompatibility issues arising between different installed mods. It does this by replacing the native client of users with an updated one, complete with newly written code and other features. This mod isn’t exactly easy to use, and it only comes recommended for players who have some knowledge about Java and how it works. Fooling around with this mod could completely break Minecraft if you don’t know what you’re doing, so be warned.



The list of mods which are compatible with the Player API mod is a lengthy one, and new entries are being added with every update. If you find yourself suffering from performance issues or an inability to play the game after performing an operation which shouldn’t have broken things, the developer recommends filing an error report and telling him about it. Other players recommend just reinstalling Minecraft and making sure to keep copies of any existing worlds saved in a safe place, just in case you end up destroying something you worked hard to create. This mod is not for everyone.

How to install Player API Mod?

  1. Download & install the Forge API for Minecraft.
  2. After installing, download the Player API.
  3. Go to the .minecraft/mods directory.
  4. Put the Mod jar file into the mods folder.

Download Links for Player API Mod


for Minecraft 1.7.10

for Minecraft 1.8

for Minecraft 1.8.9

for Minecraft 1.9.4

for Minecraft 1.10

for Minecraft 1.10.2

Credit: Divisor – Original Thread on MinecraftForum

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ok so i have solved the issue, if you have other mods installed when trying to add this, you must remove all your mods, then add only the playerAPI, boot the game.. boot the game till everything is rendered.. then quit.. go back to your mods folder and add your mods back one by one, add a mod then boot till all blocks are rendered then quite, add another mod, then boot till blocks are rendered,, continue to complete this process until all of your mods are back, this process also allows you to find out which other mods are incompatible with player api, also some mods are not compatible with others, when and if u can, download mods with compat.

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