ON THIS WIKI
ON THIS WIKI
Welcome to the unofficial ATLauncher Wiki, the biggest source of information on the well-known ATLauncher! It is a community-driven encyclopedia which is completely free to use.
The ultimate goal of ATLWiki.net is to provide an extensive, reliable resource for all public modpacks on the ATLauncher. Anyone can contribute to ATLWiki.net, so don't be afraid to jump right in!
ATLWiki.net shares its entire article and user database with FTBWiki.org, making all articles, images and other information available on both sites at any time. If you edit an article on one site, your edit will also immediately appear on the other one.
What is ATLauncher?
ATLauncher is a launcher which hosts dozens of community-made modpacks for the popular sandbox-game Minecraft. ATLauncher provides an easy way to play modded Minecraft without having to go through the hassle of installing each mod manually.
All modpacks hosted within the launcher have been created by players for players, there are no "official" packs made by the launcher developers. Some modpacks are run by big teams, others are run by individuals.
A selection of the biggest modpacks is available publicly, others require a code to be played, and some are managed on a whitelist basis and are only available to players on that whitelist.
New to modded Minecraft? Visit Tutorial:Main to see all tutorials available on the wiki!
Did you know...
...that Natura had four-block tree trunks before vanilla's Jungle trees?
Full list of modpacks
The full list of public packs can be found at ATLauncher website.
These packs are available in the launcher for those who know the pack's code. Use the "Add Pack" button and insert the pack's code in the text field to get the pack listed in the launcher. Note: the codes are not available on the ATLauncher website itself - they are usually published on forums related to the pack or at other resources.
The full list of semi-public packs can be found at ATLauncher website.
Private pack is a pack at ATLauncher which is only visible to "whitelisted" users specified by the pack administrator. These packs do not require any codes and appear in the pack list automatically when the user's Minecraft account name matches the whitelisted one. Private packs are often used for small servers and closed communities.
The list of private packs is available at ATLauncher website.
Getting a pack at ATLauncher is done by using a web form. The pack has to meet all the standards mentioned on the site, otherwise it will be declined.
If you want to create a page for your private pack on the ATLauncher Wiki, use the Search function with your pack's name to get the link for creating a new page. Keep in mind that all edits are reviewed by wiki staff, so the pack page has to be properly organized. Check out public pack pages for examples.
Most ATLauncher modpacks are multiplayer compatible. There are plenty of servers for you to join in on the fun! If you are looking for a server to play on, feel free to check out the list of ATLauncher Servers. ATLauncher servers also use mod related Death Messages.
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