Cyberware Mod for Minecraft 1.11.2/1.10.2

Cyberware Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2 allows the player to augment their own body. Utilizing a surgery chamber, the player is able to install pieces of “cyberware“, advanced technological augmentations into their body.


See also: Crafting Chamber Map


  • Replace your heart with a mechanical pump
  • Implant an experience storage canister in your cranium
  • Boost your oxygen supply with built-in oxygen canisters
  • Replace entire limbs with robotic Cyberlimbs
  • Install upgrades that range from deployable claws to jump-boosting actuators in these Cyberlimbs
  • Replace your eyes with advanced Cybereyes, which can be upgraded to enable night vision, underwater vision, and target tracking
  • Line your bones with advanced polymers, enabling you to take more of a beating
  • Install a processor in your brain, giving you lightning-fast reflexes that let you dodge certain attacks
  • With Tough As Nails installed, resist the heat by supercooling your sweat glands

Of course, such power isn’t easy to obtain. To get pieces of cyberware, you’ll need to fight tooth and nail against cybered-up monsters. If that wasn’t enough, you’ll need to pay for the cyberware you obtain – either through power consumption or by sacrificing a little of what makes you, you.

Getting Started:

This guide is updated for version 0.2.X of Cyberware.

1. Setting Up Shop

To get started with Cyberware, you’ll need to obtain two blocks: the Robosurgeon and the Surgery Chamber. The Robosurgeon can be found inside chests within Nether Fortresses. The Surgery Chamber can be crafted like so:


To assemble a working Surgery Chamber, place the Robosurgeon on top of the Surgery Chamber.

2. Tracking Down Cyberware

The next step to augment yourself is to find some Cyberware. Chances are what you have probably encountered some Cyberzombies already, and perhaps you’ve even gotten a few pieces of Cyberware from them. You’ll want to arm yourself and hunt Cyberzombies, which have a chance to drop pieces of Salvaged Cyberware. They look like this:

Once you’ve gotten a few pieces of Cyberware, decide what you want to install. Make sure you press shift to see more information about the piece of Cyberware. If you want to install Cyberware that consumes power, make sure you have another piece of Cyberware that generates it, like a Cardiovascular Coupler, Solarskin, or a Metabolic Generator.

3. Augmentation 101

To start augmenting, right click your Robosurgeon to open the GUI. You’ll be faced with a screen that looks like this:

It’s a lot to take in at first, but let’s go over what each part means.

1) This is the index button. You can click this to see a list of what Cyberware you have installed, and information on what Cyberware you’re adding or removing.

2) This is the Tolerance bar. You have a finite amount of tolerance, which is lowered each time you add a piece of Cyberware. Thankfully, you can remove Cyberware to get this tolerance back, but make sure you don’t let this bar reach 0 or you’ll die when you perform the surgery.

3) This is the flesh cross-section. You can click this to access the Muscle, Skin, and Bone slots.

4) This is your body. Click on the Head, Torso, Legs, or Arms to access their slots.

Click the appropriate body part to bring up another view, which should look similar to this:

Each blue target symbol represents a slot. In the case of the head, the slots are for your Eyes and Cranium. You can click a target symbol to go to that slot.

The top row of slots lists the items you currently have installed, and the bottom row shows the items you will have following the surgery. To remove an item that’s installed currently, simply click on it on the bottom row. Clicking the now-blank slot will re-add that item. To add in a new item, either replace an item on the bottom row, or place it in an empty slot on the bottom row.

The last thing you need to do before performing the surgery is to check for warnings. You can do that by looking for this icon in the top right of the Surgery GUI.

If you see this icon, mouse over it to see what’s wrong.

To finalize the surgery, exit the GUI, walk into the Surgery Chamber, and then close the door. Make sure you’re close to full health before performing a surgery!

4. The Virtue of Tolerance

The Tolerance meter in the Robosurgeon tracks how much tolerance your body has for alien components. If this reaches 0, you will die. If the Tolerance meter dips below 25, you will suffer from Rejection, which will slowly kill you. The only way to stop rejection is by injecting Neuropozyne, a rare drug found in dungeons and other ruins. One shot of Neuropozyne will last you a day.

5. Charging Up

If your power needs aren’t being met, it might be a good idea to craft a Cyberware Charger, which takes RF or Tesla energy and feeds it into your internal batteries. Craft it like so:

Stand on top of the Cyberware Charger in order to wirelessly charge.

6. Reverse Engineering

Now that you’ve performed your first surgery, you can start to think about making your own Cyberware. Unfortunately, Cyberware isn’t the simplest to craft, and without the aid of a Blueprint you won’t be able to replicate it. There are two ways you can go about obtaining this Blueprint, the Engineering Table and Scanner.

The Scanner is the cheapest way of obtaining Blueprints for Cyberware, but it requires time. To craft a Scanner, you’ll need to use a Cybereye that you salvaged from a Cyberzombie.

To use the Scanner, insert a piece of paper into the leftmost slot, some Cyberware next to it, and then wait. The more Cyberware you have in the Scanner, the greater the chances it will output a blueprint. The Scanner requires a full Minecraft day to process, so it’s a very slow but costless way to get Blueprints.

If you’re sick and tired of waiting for Blueprints, you might consider crafting the Engineering Table, which is used to deconstruct and craft Cyberware. It is crafted like so:

To use the Engineering Table to deconstruct Cyberware, place it in the top left slot and place paper in the bottom left slot. Mousing over the button will display the chance to obtain a blueprint. Clicking the button will destroy the piece of Cyberware, yielding several Components and perhaps a blueprint.

Once you’ve obtained a blueprint using one of the two methods, you’re ready to try…

7. Replicating Cyberware

Once you have a blueprint, you can use it to craft a piece of Manufactured-grade Cyberware, which has a much lower Tolerance cost than its Salvaged counterparts. To do this, insert the blueprint in the bottom right slot in your Engineering Table, place the ingredients in the center slots, and take the Cyberware out of the rightmost slot. The blueprint is not consumed. It’s that easy!


Minecraft Forge

Cyberware Mod Download Links:

File Name Status Game Version Date
cyberware-1.11.2-alpha-0.2.10.jar Alpha 1.11.2 Jul 4, 2017
cyberware-1.9.4-1.10.2-beta-0.2.10.jar Beta 1.10.2 May 10, 2017
cyberware-1.9.4-1.10.2-beta-0.2.8.jar Beta 1.10.2 Apr 28, 2017
cyberware-1.9.4-1.10.2-beta-0.2.7.jar Beta 1.10.2 Apr 9, 2017

Author: theFlaxbeard, Divineaspect

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