Blueprint Loader mod for Minecraft Dungeons which allows other mods to run UE4 blueprints very easily.
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- Assets of other users:
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You may modify my files and release bug fixes or enhancements as long as you credit me as the original creator.
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Blueprint Loader mod for Minecraft Dungeon does not have any known dependencies other than the base game.
Mods requiring this file:
|Among Us Playermodels||Invisible Armor requires this file|
|Camera Coordinates Overlay||Cosmetics|
|Invisible Armor||Only needed if you don’t have Custom Skins Loader installed|
|PVP Mod||need for PVP to work|
|Too Many Outfits Now With Capes||Need for the custom menus|
Blueprint Loader mod does not do anything on its own, it allows other mods to run UE4 blueprints very easily!
Blueprints have power so huge, that they allow mods to display information and change the behavior of things in the game.
Besides that, the Custom Skins Loader is an example of what a blueprint is capable of doing. However, to run the blueprints you need to be added to a level in some way if it’s an actor blueprint or added to the viewport if it’s a UI widget.
Doing these things at the customs level is so easy, but take a note because sometimes players may want to try a blueprint to an existing level, or maybe all levels in the Minecraft dungeon game, and that can take a lot of work.
Blueprint Loader Mod for Minecraft Dungeon will have some changes:
When you install this mod, the other ones can just add their blueprints to an Unreal level in a specific folder, then it will run whenever the trigger for that folder happens. There are three triggers:
- When the main menu is loaded. The folder for this is: /Game/BPLoader/Menu
- When the lobby (Camp) is loaded: /Game/BPLoader/Lobby
- When a mission starts: /Game/BPLoader/Ingame
(The folders are named after the game modes used when the triggers activate.)
The Unreal levels in these folders
- Get everything inside them, ex: lights or models, it’s not just blueprints that work.
- The levels will always be added to the world at 0, 0, 0
- The easiest way to set it up
Create an empty level in the right folder
Then drag the blueprints you want to run into it.
You can position your objects in the level however you want.
For instance: it’s possible to position something so that it’s in view in the main menu when you select your character if you wanted to do that. You can check these mods below:
Camera Coordinates Overlay: It will show how to use the loader, check it out if you want to create your own mod that uses the Blueprint Loader. Very useful when you trying to place assets on your level (very specific coordinates in the menu or lobby)
Custom Skins Loader: this is the mod that the Blueprint Loader was based on. Now, it uses the Blueprint Loader to load its blueprints, however, it has the Blueprint Loader built-in, so if you have that, you don’t need this.
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