As you’ve undoubtedly noticed, Minecraft isn’t a Japanese RPG. However, the Mob-Talker mod comes close to making Minecraft a Japanese RPG-like experience. Using this mod, players are able to talk to certain creepers and can choose from a range of dialogue options.
Instead of being real creepers, these ‘special’ creepers end up being Japanese animated girls wearing disguises. Nobody knows why they’re disguised as creepers, but they just are. Players can say a number of different things to these creepers, and there are all sorts of different scripts to choose from.
In addition to talking to creepers, players can see dialogue options when talking to other NPCs. After clicking on NPC, a special dialogue screen will pop up. This screen will be familiar to anybody who’s played an RPG. To talk to other characters, players simply equip a ‘Mob-Talker’ device.
The entire Mob-Talker mod has a distinctive Japanese RPG feel to it. Although it doesn’t add much more than dialogue options into the game, it does give players and other modders some more options when it comes to story and characters. Anybody can add custom scripts into the game to make the characters easier to interact with.
If you’ve ever thought the Minecraft world was lonely, and that you needed someone to talk to, then the Mob-Talker mod gives you some cute girls to talk to. It has limited functionality right now, but it’s currently in beta, so we’ll see where the mod creator takes it in the future.
How to Install Mob-Talker Mod for Minecraft 1.7.5/1.7.2/1.6.4
Unfortunately, the Mob-Talker mod can be a little difficult to install. Here’s a step by step guide that will help you out:
Step 1) This mod requires ModLoader in order to run properly. Make sure you have downloaded and installed ModLoader before you proceed.
Step 2) Download a Mob-Talker 1.6 script file from its official forum thread
Step 3) Place the mod_Mobtalker.zip folder into Minecraft.jar’s /mods folder
Step 4) Find the resources folder inside the Mobtalker .zip folder. Then, install that resources folder by overwriting the /resource/ folder that is already inside the Minecraft.jar
Step 5) Check if the /resource/mobTalker_script/ has been created
Step 6) Enjoy!