JAPTA is a mod that adds a few neat blocks and items for the Redstone Flux power system. I’d like some feedback, especially on balance. Also, send suggestions and bug reports!
Here’s some things it adds (some haven’t been done for the 1.8 version yet):
Bonemeal Applicator: Takes Bonemeal from inventories next to it and applies it to the ground with RF.
Cake Converter: converts between Cake and RF.
Charging Plate: a pressure plate that only detects players and charges their items with RF.
Wooden Charging Plate (1.7 only): a wooden pressure plate that charges items with RF.
Chest Charger: Charges items in inventories next to it with RF.
Elevator: A multiblock consisting of an Elevator Top above some Elevator Shafts. Provide power to the Top, sneak from the top or jump from the bottom to travel through the elevator.
Flux Blaster: Provides RF to 8 blocks in front of it.
Flux Hopper (1.8 only): A hopper that transmits RF instead of items.
Item Blaster (1.8 only): Transfers items to 8 blocks in front of it.
Life Converter (1.7 only): In heal mode, heals living objects above or below it. In absorb mode, generates RF from living objects taking damage on top of it.
Mechanical Generator (1.7 only): Generates a small amount of RF from block updates.
Mover: Teleports entities above it (and in front of it in 1.8) forward. Also slowly transfers power forward.
Power Cabinet (1.8 only): A multiblock consisting of several Power Cabinet Shafts above a Power Cabinet Base. The base holds 999 RF and each shaft holds 15000 RF.
RNG Quarry: Given a tool, mines a chunk-sized area below it, placing items in inventories next to it.
Time Machine (1.7 only): Uses RF to speed up time. Can be disabled with a Redstone signal.
Battery Potato: Allows you to eat RF.
RF Meter: Use on a block to read its RF content.
The JAPTA Book (1.7 only): Only available with Guide-API. Describes the mod ingame.
Also see the Minecraft Forum post.
Source code on GitHub.
Apparently Patreon is a thing too
The RNG Quarry will mine blocks in a chunk-sized area below it using the supplied tool (provided it has RF to run).
Simply right-click it to give it a tool. If it has one already, that will be dropped.
The tool’s durability will go down for every block not mineable by a wooden tool.
Any items mined will be placed in nearby inventories (like chests) or simply spewed.