Project: Red Mod 1.7.10/1.7.2/1.6.4

About Project: Red Mod: It brings vastly improved redstone control via compact wiring and integrated logic gates.


Project Red is all about tech. If you love redstone, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. Project: Red mod allows you to do so many things, and in a lot cleaner and more compact environment then doing them with normal redstone would allow. The two main things added by Project Red are Wires and Logic Gates. Wires work sort of like redstone dust, except they can be transmitted for up to 256 blocks, and go up and under blocks as well as around corners.  Logic gates allow you to fit what would otherwise take a huge building of redstone craziness and squeeze it into a tiny logic gate, that can be placed on any solid block on any side. This mod gives you the tools you need to push redstone to its true potential.



Mod Showcases:

ProjectRed Wiki:


Minecraft Forge


Project: Red Mod Download Links:

For 1.7.10

MrTJPCore (Common library required for all mods. )

ProjectRed-Base (Common library required for all ProjectRed modules. Adds crafting ingredient items, and manages dependencies between all modules. )

ProjectRed-Integration (Adds gates and redstone wiring. )

ProjectRed Fabrication (Adds digital integrated circuits that allows hundreds of gates to be squeezed into one. )

ProjectRed-Lighting (Adds item pipes, tubes, and machines. )

ProjectRed-Mechanical (Adds redstone-controlled lighting that is brighter and better looking then torches. )

ProjectRed-World (Adds worldgen, tools, and armor. )

ProjectRed-Compat (Adds cross-mod compatibility with other mods such as Computercraft and Tinkers Construct. )

Forge Relocation (A library that allows mods to move blocks with ease, primarily used for frames and motors. )

Forge Relocation – FMP Plugin (An addon for ForgeRelocation that allows FMP tiles to move properly, multiparts to be put inside of frame blocks, and covers/panels to be used to modify connections. )

For 1.6.2

For 1.5.2

Credits: Mr_TJP

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