After months of collaboration and good connection, the team behind the famous server mod that enables anything and everything, Bukkit, has joined Mojang. This comes as no surprise as the two teams have been working together for a while now - the Bukkit team has had access to Minecraft's source code and have been singlehandedly keeping the SMP community alive with their amazing mod.
Sometimes, you don't want to add a huge game mechanic, lots of mobs or an entire new dimension to Minecraft. Sometimes, you just want that little, tiny thing that's bothering you implemented into the core game. Maybe it's that missing type of stairs or fences, maybe you want to easily store all that coal and redstone, or maybe the frickin' precision required to properly place a stair is bothering you.
Modding Minecraft is not easy. Different mods require lots of different APIs and often overwrite the same classes or block and item IDs. If you're going to use a lot of mods, you're going to have a hard time keeping track of compatibility. Lucky for you, Magic Launcher is here to make it a bit easier.
Here's something you don't see every day - youtuber IJAMinecraft has created a mod using the command block available in the vanilla game. The mod, titled “Herobrine Boss” creates a boss fight with the infamous Herobrine, and it is truly impressive. Let's check it out…The whole thing is described and demonstrated in a very well-made video by the creator himself, so if you have the time, check it out: https://youtube.
The Aether Mod just might be the largest and most complex mod that we've ever seen released. This mod adds an whole new dimension to your Minecraft world named “The Aether”. The Aether being the anti-pole to Minecraft's Nether World. Whereas the Nether is a desolate & barren wasteland containing pits of lava, netherrack, soulsand and glowstone - the Aether on the other hand is absolute Nirvana.
It won the 2013 diamond pickaxe award for Pack of the Year and it's one of the most famous resource packs out there - yes, I'm talking about Faithful 32x. Surprisingly, we haven't officially covered it yet…until now. It's Texture Pack Gallery time- come check it out…In this new series of articles focused on resource packs (they'll always be texture packs in my heart, and also in the title) we take a look at packs through a series of images with only a slight hint of text.