Mod: Add one Block Fireplaces to Minecraft with this Mod (1.8.1)
The Fireplace mod for Minecraft adds one block fireplaces to the game. These can be used in wooden houses without the risk of catching the house on fire. They are great for smaller houses or rooms where a full size, multi-block fireplace will not work.
It also adds one block grills and stoves to the game that can be used to cook food.
- Single block fireplaces that can be lit with a flint and steel and extinguished by punching.
- Chimney blocks that create smoke puffs as long they are directly above the fireplace block and not blocked.
- Firepit blocks that can be used for campfires.
- Fire ring blocks are tiny, round, coverless versions of the firepit.
- Grill blocks can be used to cook any kind of meat.
- All fireplace blocks are safe to use in wooden houses.
The fireplace block is safe to play anywhere without the risk of spreading. It can be lit with a flint and steel and extinguished with your fist.
The chimney will produce puffs of smoke when placed over a fireplace block.
The firepit block is great for campfires. It is used outside and is covered.
The fire ring block is similar to the firepit. It is smaller and round.
The grill can be used to cook meat.
Right click on the grill to open up the grill menu:
The stove is just like the grill, except it is used inside.
- Close Minecraft.
- Go to Minecraft.jar. You can find this in Windows in C:\Users\[Your User Name]\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\bin.
- Open Minecraft.jar with a program such as WinRar or 7-zip.
- Delete the META-INF folder.
- Drag the files from the Modloader .zip file into Minecraft.jar.
- Drag the files from the Forge .zip file into Minecraft.jar.
- Drag the Fireplace mod .zip file into the .minecraft/mods folder. Create the mods folder if it doesn’t exist.
- Close Minecraft.jar and have fun!