Back in the day, when people used to modify Minecraft, there were some terms they were familiar with. These terms were “Sprite index limits,” which refers to the number of graphical elements in the game, “block ID limitations,” which means there were restrictions on the number of different blocks that could be added to the game, and “base-class edits,” which involves modifying the core code of the game.
Around August 2011, people on Something Awful were discussing various mods for Minecraft, especially the popular modpack called YogBox. While most mods were about adventures, a new type of industrial-style mod was becoming popular. One modder named KakerMix released a small mod pack on the SA Forums, and it caught the attention of a YouTuber named Lewis from Yogscast. He made a series about it, introducing the mods and modders to millions of new fans.
After gaining fame, KakerMix formed a team called Technic and started working on projects that had a big impact on the Minecraft community. They created the Technic website and Forums, where people could discuss things respectfully with good moderators and some level of quality control. The Technic Launcher made it easier for players to use mods without manually modifying .jar files. Tekkit provided a standard client for heavily modded Minecraft servers, introducing modded Minecraft too many players and giving YouTube creators new content to play with.
Our team found some bugs in the previous Technic Launcher, so we fixed them and made the previous launcher free of bugs.
- Ingame crash
- hanging problem
Dewvrat Singh( Developer)
A seasoned developer with 5 years of bug-busting experience. With keen attention to detail, he makes applications flawless by fixing tricky bugs. Dewvrat’s expertise spans various languages and platforms, ensuring no bug escapes his watchful eye.
Deepak Singh (Artist)
He is an accomplished artist and designer in the real world, boasting a considerable Minecraft playtime of approximately 6 hours. This impressive background made him the perfect candidate to join the Techniclaunch team. His journey began in 2017 when a series of serendipitous hangouts steered him onto the peculiar and delightful path of becoming an official team member.
Ankush meeruthiya( support)
He is the adventure commenced in the dim recesses of his mother’sbasement. Having just graduated from high school, he decided to bid farewell to his Xbox console and embrace the marvels of PC gaming, particularly modded Minecraft.
His talents didn’t go unnoticed, as the Techniclaunch staff took notice of him and welcomed him into their ranks. He worked tirelessly, contributing to the improvement of the Techniclaunch Platform and providing assistance whenever required.
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