A Minecraft mod is basically an independent, creative modification for the popular Mojang game. It is a type of modification that allows its user to modify and create content within the game. Thousands of these mods exists, and they can usually be downloaded for free. Some may not be 100% free, but most of them are free to download and try.
There are two ways to install mods for Minecraft. The first way is by copying the files needed by the mod into your computer’s” mods” folder. The second way is by copying the files needed by the mod into the “Mods” folder of your original version of the game. By doing this, you can use your existing “Save” folder and refer to it when saving the game. This is a common practice among many modders.
A popular mod, called “Better Faster Farming”, allows the user to create and place down crops much faster. It also makes farming much easier since you do not have to travel too far from one location to another. Another mod, called “Forestry Changes”, allows the user to chop trees and gathered materials much faster. If you are fond of modpacks, you should look for mods that support them. Modpacks groups of mods designed to work together in harmony.
Modders often create custom recipes for items that are already present in the game, so that you do not need to purchase new blocks or equipment. You can find a number of such recipes in “Game Options” and in the “misc”. For example, if you want to make honey bees fight insects with “kill insects” command, just install inventory tweaks to include “bees” as an item in your inventory. You can then use this honey to produce beeswax.
There are also some very helpful mods that let you get around using more than one tool in minecraft. For example, lets say that you need to repair a stone tablet. You simply jetpack over to a furnace and place the repaired tablet in the furnace. The same thing works if you need to harvest wheat. Install farmland and then use the appropriate mobs on it to harvest the required amount of wheat.
Perhaps the most popular mod of all, at least for me, is “thaumas mod”. This mod automatically places sulfur in the inventory of all players, depending on their level. Sulfur is used to burn away lignite and ores that are in the player’s inventory.
“Enough Items” mod sets a cap to the amount of crafted items that a player may own. If you think about it, doesn’t it make sense that if you have too many items, then you will be unable to carry them with you when you go somewhere? “Enough Items” mod removes this cap, making it possible to carry an unlimited number of crafted items with you. This mod also adds enchantments to weapons and armors, so that you can actually gain enchantments by using the appropriate tools. This mod actually makes enchanting easier!
In summary, these are the best mods for people who wish to enjoy more in-game benefits from their Minecraft accounts. The first three listed above are ideal for people who like to do different tasks in the game, crafting, or farming. The fourth and fifth are suitable for players who simply jetpacks around the map. And the last one, which is mostly useful for people who simply want to get rich, is suitable for any player, from newbie to expert. Hope you enjoyed this little overview. If you want to learn more about Minecraft mods, you can always visit my blog for more information. This work is licensed to anyone who wants to copy it and put it into their server.