Player API for Minecraft 1.14.4/1.13.2/1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2/1.9.4

Render Player API for Minecraft[API] Render Player is a modification for Minecraft a luxury to easily install Mods inside your game. Render Player is an API which gives client mods access to the client classes “RenderPlayer” aka “bhn” minimizing conflicts between mods. Additionally it replaces the models inside all instances of RenderPlayer with player specific models that can be accessed via the embedded Player Model API.


Description: Custom tool which makes mod installation easy.
Author: Divisor
Release date: 25th Jan, 2016
Filesize: 260 KB
Version: Minecraft 1.10.2
Competible: Windows, Linux, Mac

Render Player API for Minecraft 1.14.4/1.13.2/1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2 Download:

For 1.10.2 (Direct) – PlayerAPI+jar

For 1.10 (Direct) – PlayerAPI.jar

For 1.9 (Direct) – PlayerAPI-1.9.jar

For 1.8.9 (Direct) – PlayerAPI-1.8.9-1.0

For 1.7.10 – Player API for Minecraft (28th June 2014)

For 1.5.2 – MC 1.5.2 – Render Player API (88.23 KB)

For 1.5.1 – MC 1.5.1 – Render Player API (85.3 KB)

For 1.5.1 – MC 1.5 – Render Player API (86 KB)

For 1.4.7 – MC 1.4.7 – Render Player API (82 KB)

How to install Render Player API in Minecraft:

  • Find your ./minecraft installation folder.
  • Go to Start Menu > Type %appdata%/.minecraft/bin and press Enter
  • Open Minecraft.jar with WinRAR, 7zip etc.
  • Download Render Player API zip file from download link above and open it.
  • Move/Drag all the class files inside the zip to Minecraft.jar
  • Close everything and Launch Minecraft to verify installation.

Note: Render Player API *is* compatible with Minecraft Forge, just install Render Player API *after* Minecraft Forge.

There are many API’s available for Minecraft which bring many functionalities and provide hassle free support for mod development and installation. Make sure you have the latest version so, you don’t run into compatibility issues. Have fun playing Minecraft and keep coming here to check the latest updates.

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