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README.md

Retrospective

Minechem was one of the best mods I made for Minecraft back in the day, which was originally inspired after playing a bunch of Spacehem by Zachtronics. I stopped working on this back in January 2013. Since then the project has passed through many hands:
https://github.com/AdlyTempleton/MineChem (last updated December 2013)
https://github.com/jakimfett/MineChem (last updated 2016)
https://github.com/iopleke/Minechem (Minechem v6)

Minechem v2.0.0pr6.1

Adds chemistry to minecraft. Minechem comes with five machines.

  • The Decomposer takes an item and decomposes it into it's chemical composition.
  • The Synthesis machines takes elements and molecules and synthesis them into tangible items.
  • The Microscope can inspect items to discover chemical compositions and recipes for the synthesis machine.
  • The Blueprint projector takes a blueprint and projects a 3D representation of a structure. Used for building advanced machines.
  • The Fusion chamber is built via the blueprint projector and combines the mass of two elements to create a single heavier element.
  • The Hazmat suit reduces damage from radioactive elements.
  • The Chemical storage will store chemicals and prevent them from decaying.
  • The Chemistry Turtle will assist you with your chemical production line. (See wiki for more details on chemistry turtle).

Requirements:

  • Minecraft 1.4.6
  • Forge 6.5.0.451+
  • BuildCraft 3.3+

Download links

MineChem 2.0.0pr6.1: http://bit.ly/RE2eTy

Licence

Minechem v2.x is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported. You are free:

  • to share - to copy, distribute and transmit the work
  • to remix - to adapt the work
  • to profit - to make commercial use of the work.

Under the following conditions:

  • attribution - you must attribute my name, ljdp. (Forking the repo in github counts).
  • share alike - you must license any modification under the same or similar as this one.

For more information on this license see here: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

Credits

Luke Perkin, Ian Kernick, Rushmead, Adelayde, Phrost, Mandrake

Donate

Help MineChem out a little: http://minechem.chipin.com