The Wall Jump Mod is a cool little mod lets you wall jump in Minecraft.
To do so, simply press “F” (default key) when jumped up a wall, this will make your character do 180 turn while jumping again, and if there is another wall behind you, you can press “F” again and thus repeat the process to easily scale buildings, caves, mountains and more.
It’s a very useful mod that gives you much greater mobility, without changing too much or feeling weird in the world of Minecraft. It fits right in.
The mod also has a menu so you can fine tune the mod to your liking, this menu is accessed by pressing “J” (default key). In this menu you can change things about the mod, tune it, and make space the default key instead of “F”, meaning you simply have to press jump twice to wall jump. You can also disable the wall jumping ability from here, change which blocks you can wall jump off, and more.
Jumping and then wall jumping will lose you half a heart if you hit the ground on the same level that you started your jump, so be aware of this so you don’t accidentally lose a lot of health, or kill yourself.
Note: The Wall Jump Mod requires Minecraft Forge, so be sure you have that installed.
The author says that the mod is in early development, and that there might be a few bugs still, but so far it seems to work flawlessly.
Here are some screenshots of how it works:
First, jump and move towards the wall:
Press “F” (default key) here to wall jump, which makes you do a 180 turn and face the opposite way (can be turned off in the menu):
Successful wall jump achieved! Here is a screenshot of the menu:
How to install Wall Jump Mod:
- Download the mod
- If you don’t have Forge, then download and install Forge for Minecraft (remember to select the “Forge” profile in the Minecraft launcher)
- Open your minecraft.jar folder (in Windows it’s in “%appdata%\.minecraft\bin\”, if you use the vanilla launcher)
- Copy the mod from wherever you downloaded it from to the “mod” folder found in your “.minecraft” folder
- Enjoy your added mobility!
A video showcasing the mod, gives you a better idea of how it works: