Last Updated on August 13, 2013

Category: Minecraft Mods

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The Build Commands mod is one of the most useful building mods available to the Minecraft community. It will not benefit survival mode players and it basically allows builders to enter commands in order to simplify the building process. It functions as an extension to the Single Player Commands mod and WorldEdit and vastly enhances each of these mods.

The Build Commands Mod comes with the following features:

-Instantly flatten a large area of land

-Save, load, and place custom shaped objects in any locations around your Minecraft world

-10 new randomly generated tree types

-Easy kit creation process and lets players load up to 18 shapes with one command

-Load and place TerrainControl mod .bo2 objects

-Paint biomes in-game using a special biome brush tool

-Create rivers, ravines, and other water features with an advanced overlay brush tool

-Fill in terrain, erode it away, and shape the land using the terraforming toolkit

-Create custom 3D lines, spikes, laser beams, and more

-Rotate, flip, and mirror an item to place it exactly how you like

-Place large patches of foliage and random biome elements over a large area of land

-Play Minesweeper in-game (for whatever reason)

These commands work in both singleplayer and multiplayer versions of Minecraft.

There are 30 different commands in total, which means builders have a wide range of tools at their command. The mod is advertised as “The Ultimate Worldedit Toolkit” and it’s one of the most popular building mods available today.

How to install the Build Commands Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

Step 1) Download and install Single Player Commands

Step 2) Download Build Commands from here

Step 3) Open your .minecraft/bin folder and copy the js.jar file into this folder (there should already be a worldedit.jar file and Minecraft.jar file in this location)

Step 4) Open the .minecraft/mods folder and open spc

Step 5) Copy the folders craftscripts, shapes, and bo2s into the spc folder (if asked to merge, say yes)

Step 6) Look for the worledit.properties file in the spc folder and open it using any text editor (like Notepad). Fine the line that says scripting-timeout=” and edit the value to 30000. Save the file and close it.

Step 7) Open Minecraft and test the mod by using the command /cs build