If you have been on the Internet for a long enough time, you must probably have heard about Doge. It’s a slang term for the famous Internet meme of the funny-looking Shiba dog (usually called ‘Shibe’ for some reasons). The Doge Mod, of course, is all about this hilarious Shibe dogeeeeee.
Doge mod adds a bunch of new cool things into Minecraft and one of them is the Dogecoin. Dogecoin is a really useful item. It has the ability to change any mobs in Minecraft into a doge, even with hostile mobs such as creepers, zombies, etc. Besides, those coin can be a good weapon with drastic damage when using with Doge Launcher. You can also craft a doge block by using 9 dogecoins, just like how you normally craft blocks in Minecraft. Actually, most of the items in this mod are crafted with dogecoins, so they’re pretty useful and essential, aren’t they?
Last but not least, we have doge mobs. They look quite like normal wolf but much cuter in my opinion and have 10 times as much health as the wolf does. Doge can be easily tamed and they might turn out to be awesome sidekicks when you are in a battle. When it comes down to combat and such, Doge mod’s weapons would definitely amaze you. With new sets of doge tools and armors, fighting in Minecraft will surely be way more intriguing and enjoyable!
Doge Mod for Minecraft 1.8.9/1.7.10/1.7.2 Changelogs:
- Made Shibes spawn in forests and plains, added a bunch more settings in the config file.
- Made doge armour and tools repairable with coins in anvil
- Made automation possible by setting up input and output sides of the mining rig
- Changed the name of the doge mob to Shibe
- Added the GPU and Mining Rig which can be used as an alternative way to get Dogecoins.
- Loads of intenal changes, some small fixes and tweaks to damage. The doge launcher is now enchantable and some doge tool stat settings in config file.
- Fixed tail rotation in 1.7.2
- Fixed crash when running a server
How to install Doge Mod?
- Download and run the latest version of Minecraft Forge
- Go to Start Menu > Type %appdata%/.minecraft/mods
- Download the mod
- Move the downloaded Jar (zip) file into the “mods” folder
Credit: mmdanggg2 – Original thread on minecraftforum.net