Finder Mod

The Finder Mod is a great way to cut out all the guesswork in locating that one block you so desperately search for. It really is as simple as typing in the block, whether it be by name or ID#. The blocks are then marked on your screen.



The interface is really simple and easy to use too. All you need to do is hit the ‘B’ key and the menu pops up. Then you type in whatever block you want, set the range and hit enter. This is a very effective mod to help alleviate some of the annoyance in finding those needed and/or rare blocks.


Another neat feature to take advantage of is the waypoint marker. With this mod you are able to set a waypoint by typing ‘N’ and using the same finder function to locate all your waypoints in a designated range. This is great if you want to revisit an area or need to come back to it with better supplies and want to make it easier to find.


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Finder Mod, 3.88 / 5 (72 votes)


  1. Every time I type in a name and hit enter, my game crashes. Any solutions to this?

    August 14, 2014
    • You must be using an incompatible version of Minecraft. When I first ran this, I was using 1.7.9 and it did same thing. I dropped to version 1.7.2 and it works fine.

      September 3, 2014
      • I’ve got the same problem. Enter an item name, hit enter, off goes my game.
        I’ve had to switch down to version 1.7.10 to for minecraft forge to run, so compatability isn’t the issue here.

        January 10, 2015
  2. Thanks codegreen. Nice looking mod. I just wanted to let you know that I did a mod spotlight video on my youtube page. If you like it, feel free to put it in this post for your potential users to see how it works.

    September 3, 2014
  3. Anyone know if there’s going to be an update for this, or if someone can make it compatible with the newer versions of MC? I’m trying to use 1.7.10 (which is still technically behind so I can use most mods..) but it’s still not compatible.

    September 27, 2014
  4. Does it give coordinates of blocks?

    June 25, 2016