ZombieCraft Classic

Main Features:

It's ZombieCraft, the Nazi Zombies COD game adapted to Minecraft! A Collaboration created by myself, Pixelkids, Kane and MD65

- I have removed the premium map check, enjoy the freeness!

- The Original forum posts containing most of the feature list doesnt seem to be accessable, so I'll have to rewrite it or regain access to that somehow, google information on it or watch the video for more info.

More Information:

Download: Premium Maps (Unlocked): Adfly

Download: ZombieCraft Map Editor 1.1 + Example Map: My Site (SEE UPDATED INSTALL FOR NEW INSTRUCTIONS)

New in ZC Editor 1.1:
  • Updated patch file in download to patch properly off of ZC 2.21 (this makes the editor work)
  • Opening up maps from newer mc versions or maps with unknown block ids might not crash the game, this feature was made 4 months ago, can't remember how thuroughly it worked, but it at least fixed basic block null expeptions and patches the missing block
  • Applied the code based no premium map check fix

Official ZombieCraft Map Making Tutorial: http://modzillaszbc....Making_Tutorial

How To Install:

Install ZombieCraft

1. Extract ZombieCraftLaunch.jar from the zip, you can put it anywhere.
2. simply run ZombieCraftLaunch.jar for windows, or open with Java Platform, from anywhere! Or in command line: java -jar ZombieCraftLaunch.jar
3. For 3 extra maps: put the _contents_ of "ZC Extra Maps.zip" into %appdata%\.minecraft\zcmaps
4. ZombieCraft does not interfere with your regular minecraft game!

Alternative manual method after failed update: Put this jar file in .minecraft/bin, run launcher and play.

Install ZombieCraft Editor

1. Extract the contents of the zip into %appdata%\.minecraft

1.5. IF INSTALLING ZC Editor 1.1 OVERTOP 1.0, DELETE .minecraft/bin/zombiecraft_editor.jar BEFORE CONTINUING!!!

2. simply run ZombieCraft_Editor.jar for windows, or open with Java Platform, from anywhere! Or in command line: java -jar ZombieCraft_Editor.jar

3. To use the demo map, run it like any other map with the ZombieCraft main menu option, this extracts the state of the map into zctemp for constant (unresettable) editing

4. Exit the level, and click "create a map" in the main menu, this is where _YOU MUST_ go for editing your map, running the map from the ZombieCraft menu option _OVERRIDES_ the files in zctemp, SO BE CAREFULL!!

5. When you need to test destructable stuff (barriers, barricades), or are just finished your map, go into %appdata%\.minecraft\zctemp\yourmap\ and use winrar to create a zip file of your _map folder contents_, you can also add a file called "map.txt" with 3 lines of text for the short map description.

6. Take that zip and put it into %appdata%\.minecraft\zcmaps\ , now you can test the map with easy resetting of the map state, to go back to editing, simply run the map without playing it just so it extracts a fresh unplayed copy, then go back to create a map and open it that way

7. ZombieCraft Map Editor does not interfere normal ZombieCraft or even with your regular minecraft game!

8. Map Making Guide: http://modzillaszbc.wikia.com/wiki/Map_Making_Tutorial



Requires: Minecraft Forge

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