Changes the Red Royal Cape to the old school Mojang cape.
Installing mods on the launcher version of Dungeons:
- Press Win + R, enter %localappdata%\Mojang\products\dungeons\dungeons\Dungeons\Content\Paks and press Ok
- Make a new folder called ~mods and put your mods in this folder
Launch the game through `%localappdata%\Mojang\products\dungeons\dungeons\Dungeons.exe, I recommend creating a shortcut for it.
*Launching the game through the launcher will remove any mods you have*
How to set up the **Windows Store version of Dungeons** for modding:
- Enable Developer mode by pressing Win + R, enter `ms-settings:developers`, click Ok, and then click on Developer mode
- Download UWPDumper: https://dl-file.com/ramjti94me78/UWPDumper-master.zip.html;
- Start Minecraft Dungeons and wait until the window appears
- Start UWPInjector (from the UWPDumper download) and enter the number next to Dungeons.exe in the list that appears
- Press Win + R, enter `%localappdata%\Packages\Microsoft.Lovika_8wekyb3d8bbwe\TempState` and press Ok
- Move the DUMP folder to anywhere you want, you can also rename it if you want to
- Replace the appxmanifest.xml file in your folder with this one: https://cccode.bitbucket.io/dungeons/appxmanifest.xml (if you open the link in Chrome, right click on the page and click `Save as…`)
- In the folder, click in the address bar at the top and enter `powershell` and then press enter
- Run this command in PowerShell: `Add-AppxPackage -path .\appxmanifest.xml -register`
This will register an app called “Minecraft Dungeons [Modded]”. Run this app instead of the normal Dungeons app when you want to play with mods.
Install any mods into `Dungeons\Content\Paks\~mods` in the folder you moved/renamed. If you don’t have a `~mods` folder, just create one.