Time and again I’ve created a building that incorporated several complex redstone wirings in order for a door or wall or floor to open up. The problem with complex circuitry is that it takes up a significant amount of sub-floor or inner wall space. Enter Little Blocks.
With the Little Blocks Mod you can turn what was one cube space into 512 individual spaces into which you can place any block you desire; most notably a complex redstone system in one cube instead of say 50.
All this mod requires is for you to place a dirt block into a crafting table and you’ll get the Little Blocks Wand. A simple left click on an empty cube turns that into the Little Blocks cube and you’ll now see that you have many smaller cube spaces within that one cube to place your blocks.
You can really get creative with a mod like this as it opens up a whole new (tiny) world of opportunity from tiny villages to complex circuitry.
Important: Unfortunately this mod is no longer available!Install Guide
The links have been updated to 1.7.10.
Thanks, i just downloaded 1.7.10.
It’s cool, but when i try to place the tiny block on the ground, there’s nothing but an invisible block. The texture on the block isn’t there. Does anybody know how to fix this problem?
Cool! I like how you can put loads of detail into structures 🙂
the mod that is on the download page is a wireless redstone mod, how do i get the tiny blocks mod?
You have to hit the tab that says 1.7.10. The developer put all his mods on the same download page but this one isn’t updated for 1.8 yet so it’s not under the 1.8 tab.
FINALLY! I’ve been waiting for a mod that did more than just give blocks more uses! I’ve always A: needed to hide my redstone and B: Give dirt blocks a purpose!
I think it is amazing for extreme architecture! They are good for making display cases, small flower bunches, and handles for the fridge, which is really 2 iron blocks. Keep up the good work! This is a really nice mod and I respect it!
how do i put the tiny blocks down to the ground it doesnt work .. When i tried again it didnt work