The images there are all my own drawing, Notch's original work or modifications on Notch's work. I have been inspired by other peoples work,1
but have not copied them.
So here is the policy on using my work on Minicraft mods. As long as you extend the right to others to modify and loot your Minicraft mod work, and provide your source, Do it! Please!
With that in mind, I don't mind anyone taking my source and working from it as their starting point.
There is one exception to my requirement that you share forward and provide source if you use my code, images or whatever, if you are Notch, with my thanks you may take my work on MiniCraft, and use it as you will.
There are too many really brilliant mods out there that have not been touched for months. Their code could be live with tweaks, fixes and alterations.
I would love to add my silly transformations to delux, throw in the cloud shadows from cursed inventory, and add the cursed inventory options.
Each mod seems to have a goal built in. If they could be combined, the results could be spectacular.
Delux added depth, literally and figuratively. Delux also has some great mood work in it. Cursed Inventory added mystery and puzzle with some great mood work as well.. Alecraft was the first for building and mood. Infinity has added a wide selection of things and has potential to make minicraft more than just a cult following.
My own direction is to add fun. Seriously, the second you think you are able to dish out enough damage, swim out and defeat a boat. Tooling around the seas in a boat attacking other boats and turducken is a hoot. It also facilitates placing, odd objects, mysteries and buildings in remote places. A lot of my mods give an advantage that can suddenly go away at the wrong time, especially if you are not careful. So as much as throwing silly stuff in, a lot of the stuff has a cumulative effect.
I have a staff that can be made after you have a glowing golden anvil and a gem pick to harvest boxium. With the staff, you can plant flowers downstairs. Then you can unleash glowing fungus in the underworld and light up the levels, trapping monsters in the fungus forests. Then, if you go downstairs as a monkey, you can travel through the mushrooms entirely unmolested by anything but the ghost girl. You can always put sand downstairs and plant a cactus to stop her, but that hurts you too. Silly stuff, but as you combine the effects, it adds to the range and fun!