Transport Simulator Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 (Realistic Transport)

Transport Simulator Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 is a continuation of the old Minecraft Flight Simulator . Many things have changed, but the most important thing is that you can now add anything to the mod using the new content pack system.

Features:

Realistic Physics:   Like really real.  Planes takeoff like actual planes, running out of fuel doesn’t make you fall like a rock, and ground physics are more than a vehicle sliding on ice.  Plane flight takes into account speed, pitch, angle of attack, weight, engine life, propeller pitch, and much more.  Vehicles are affected by speed, slick surfaces, blown tires, and even how many wheels are touching the ground.
Joystick and Mouse Support: Want to use that dusty old flight stick in Minecraft?  Well now you can!  Want to turn MTS into Gran Turismo with a steering wheel?  Also an option.  MTS give you the ability to completely control any vehicle with any controller recognized as a joystick.  If you’re one of those people who thinks playing Minecraft with a controller is a sin, but still want a quicker response than the keyboard controls, then try out the built-in mouse yoke system.  It’s not perfect, but it allows for a flight experience that will be familiar to you if you’ve used Flan’s or MCHeli.
In-Game Manual: Nobody wants to have to leave Minecraft to go look something up on a wiki.  On this note MTS comes equipped with a manual with details on how everything works in the mod.  From how to build your first vehicle, to the specifics on engine care and why your engine is coughing out black smoke, the manual is the definitive guide for MTS.  Please do read it, as you just might learn something.
Fully Configurable: Maybe you want to have a plane to carry you and your buddy from your main base to a new one.  Maybe you want to run ore shipments in the air to avoid the creepers that blow up your nice everythings.  MTS understands, and is comes with the ability to chose whether or not to equip your vehicle with seats or chests, allowing for numerous combinations of craft.  Just don’t try putting a chest in the pilot seat.  That doesn’t work too well…
Pack-based: Rather than having things built-in and forcing you to wait for updates to get new vehicles, MTS allows you to expand your selection of vehicles through content packs.  We recommend the official content pack, however other packs or even your own creations are welcome!  If you’re familiar with Flan’s pack system you’ll feel right at home with MTS’s.
Working Gauges: MTS is proud to offer you the largest selection of gauges available in the modded vehicle market.  From altimeters to display height, to heading indicators to display direction you’ll find yourself wondering why you ever needed the debug screen to navigate.  There are even indicators to tell you the temp and oil pressure of engines and the current voltage of the electrical system.  Now you’ll never have to wonder if that arrow that was fired at you did any damage!
True Lighting: In the aim of efficiency and making things look cool, MTS vehicles are equipped with real lights.  No more relying on dynamic lights and their constant chunk updates and TPS-sapping, MTS planes use true OpenGL blending to create realistic lighting effects that actually brighten the world around you.  (Disclaimer: MTS cannot be held responsible for mobs ignoring lights and causing you material or personal harm.  Please contact your nearest armory to see if True Lighting is right for you.)
Inter-Mod Support: Rather than making yet another fuel for vehicles MTS has chosen to let you define what is a fuel.  By default Lava can be use to run engines, but MTS includes the ability to use any liquid from any mod as a valid fuel.  You can also use pipes to fill up the fuel pump in the mod, allowing you to have a never-ending stream of fuel to supply your vehicles.

Screenshots:
Joystick Support

True Lighting

In-Game Manual

Working Gauges

Inter-Mod Support



















Crafting Recipes:


Transport Simulator Content Pack:
It contains all the vehicles that the dev team has worked on and feel fit to include into the mod.
Features:
Planes

MC-172:  The MC-172 is not fancy, but its cheap and sturdy airframe is at home on any rural Minecraft base. High wings and a good power-to-weight ratio make this a good all-around starter.  Seats two pilots and a passenger  or chest.
Vulcanair:  The Vulcanair is a six-seat, twin-engined, high-wing monoplane aircraft. Inspired by the real life Vulcanair P.68 Italian aircraft, its rigid landing gear allows for the mounting of pontoons for both land and sea flights.  Seats two pilots and 4 passengers or chests.
PZL-P11:  The PZL P11.c is a born and bred fighter aircraft. It’s shoulder wing monoplane configuration provides the pilot with exceptional visibility of the sky and ground, and makes the PZL P11.c much faster than it’s biplane fighter counterparts. Seats a single pilot.
Comanche:  The Comanche is a small, swift, twin-engine craft. While the lower wing might pose a hazard on overgrown runways, it makes up for it by being much faster and nimbler than other planes of its size.  Seats two pilots and two passengers or chests.

Automobiles

Scout:  The International Harvester Scout is an off road two door SUV made from 1961-1980. This SUV, the Scout II, was produced from 1971-1980. Seats a driver, passenger and two chests in the back.

Transport Simulator Content Pack Download Links:
For Minecraft 1.12.2, 1.11.2, 1.10.2
Download from Server 1 – Download from Server 2
Requires:
Minecraft Forge
Transport Simulator Content Pack (Addon for Transport Simulator Mod – Optional – Download Above)
How to install:

Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
Locate the minecraft application folder.

On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.


Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.

Transport Simulator Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 Download Links:
For Minecraft 1.10.2
Download from Server 1 – Download from Server 2
For Minecraft 1.11.2
Download from Server 1 – Download from Server 2
For Minecraft 1.12.2
Download from Server 1 – Download from Server 2
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