- To make it easier to install/uninstall put a shortcut on your desktop to Civ 5's DLC folder. When you are done playing with the mod move the 'MPMODSPACK' folder to the desktop to Civ normally. To play an NQ Mod game again just drag it back in easy peasy.
- Help I can't find the Mod folder I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this but here goes. I'm trying to install a few mods manually because they aren't working when I subscribe to them on Steam so I followed this video.
- It's not where the actual game is saved it's in your personal documents folder. You are looking for:./My Documents/My Games/Sid Meier's Civilization VI/Mods/8 Ages of Pace/8AgesOfPace.modinfo.
Mods for Unciv, an open-source version of Civ5. Contribute to u-ndefine/Unciv-Modding development by creating an account on GitHub. This one’s easy. In the next screen, select “Browse Mods” to review the Civilization V mods you’ve already installed, or look around for new goodies to play. Now you’ll be taken to the Civilization V Mods manager. From the Menu along the top, select “online” to review a giant list of mods.
Get a tour.
- If you have no idea about modding and what are Lua and Xml, you should give a look at Civ5 Modding Explained.
Read the guide.
- The best introduction to civ5 modding is still the Kael's Guide. However it was written a long time ago and some information is obsolete or missing.
Import your files into VFS.
Civ 5 Installing Mod
- The main change since Kael wrote his guide is about the VFS (Virtual File System). Forgetting to import files into the VFS is the common source of problems for beginners.
Get the right tools for the job.
Civ 5 Mod Folder
- See Civ5 Useful Programs. You should have installed the SDK of course, but it is also strongly recommended that you get a tool to search in all civ5 files at once, to compensate for the lack of documentation. You may also need additional softwares to extract and read the textures, test and debug your mod, etc.
Modify your ini files.Pervasive psql v11 keygen.
- See Debugging#Configuration.
See also the Modding tutorials section on the forums.
Also note that the XML and Lua sections each contain specific tutorials, articles and extensive documentation.