Your votes have been tallied and the results are in. Find out which mods took away the Diamond Pickaxe Award in the 5 categories in which you voted: Mod of the Year Best Mob Added by a Mod Best Village Mod Best Game Mechanic Added by a Mod Most Anticipated Mod of Next Year Take a look at the winners…First off, the big prize, Mod of the Year .
Sometimes mods don't have to be overly complicated to be great. Sometimes it's enough to do something small in order to improve the game. One such mod is Animated Player by thehippomaster21, a simple aesthetic mod that reworks the player model, giving it new animations and features including facial expressions.
Minecraft is a very diverse game as-is. There are lots of gameplay mechanics that all tie together for the overall experience. You can explore, mine, craft, fight, build and more. Now with the Invasion Mod by Lieu there's a new element to it all, a strategic, defensive mode where you have to defend your house from increasingly difficult waves of dangerous monsters while your Nexus, which is a new block the mod adds, creates precious resources.
Though the term “survival” has been stretched far beyond its original meaning, the core concept of having to stay alive in a hostile environment is alive and well in Minecraft's survival world. A big part of it is food, which we don't have a lot of in vanilla. Luckily, modder 17CupsOfCoffee had addressed this issue in Still Hungry!
Navigating the beautiful randomly generated world of Minecraft can be disorienting sometimes, and that's where maps come in to make it easier. Antique Atlas is an alternative, and in many respects improvement, to the regular maps with a more rustic, old-school RPG look that fits in well with some of the top mods these days.
Did you ever think about something really simple that would be totally neat or useful? Like car keys that beep when you're looking for them, HoloInventory is just plain useful. It's not overly complex or ambitious. It sets out to make your life a bit easier, and it does. Let's take a look. If you break down the HoloInventory name you'll find the core and only feature of the mod - a holographic projection of the inventory of the block you're looking at (like a chest).