Welcome to the Zora no Densha Wiki page! We hope you will enjoy your stay and find what you are looking for.
The wiki is currently under maintenance to match new features and changes of the upcoming mod version v0.9.1.0.
Some features displayed here may not match the current state of the mod (v0.9.0.1)!
About Zora no Densha
Zora no Densha is a modification for Minecraft that brings tracks, rail vehicles, and a lot of other railway-related features into the game. The initial idea is based off a private server project for which no suitable railway-themed modification could be found, ultimately leading to the creation of Zora no Densha.
Today, Zora no Densha brings realistic trains with high detail and great customisability into your Minecraft worlds. We are striving to increase simplicity while maintaining complexity, so everyone can enjoy a realistic mod without having to worry about too much complication. That's what we are working on - today, tomorrow, and in years to come.
A list of all default train controls in Zora no Densha can be found here.
You can change the controls inside the mod's configuration menu. It is accessible via Minecraft's title screen.
Zora no Densha adds a number of different track types.
Find out about these tracks right here.
Blocks and Items
See which Blocks, Fluids, and Items Zora no Densha brings into Minecraft, and view their crafting recipes.
Installation and Configuration
A guide to help you install and configure Zora no Densha. There is also an explanation of how to change keyboard key bindings.
First Steps with Tracks and Trains
Since it's a bit much to read, we split the tutorial on how to use your trains into three categories:
- a quick tutorial explaining how to actually drive trains;
- an extended tutorial explaining some advanced features of trains;
- and a short explanation of how trains are coupled together.
Assembling your own Train
If you feel creative, you can assemble your own custom trains in the Model Editor. This tutorial explains how the Model Editor works.
Implementing Custom Vehicle Parts
If you enjoy creating things with the Model Editor or maybe just wish to see your favourite train inside of Minecraft, there's a tutorial on how to implement custom parts.