Welcome back to our Aether II guide. In this final part of the guide we take a look at the hardcore meat of The Aether II mod - the dungeons. While the first Aether mod had 3 different dungeon types, Aether II currently only has the one, though very complex and huge. Take a closer look…You're currently reading the “Dungeons” portion of this Aether II guide.
It's village week. This week I take a look at 3 different approaches to improving Minecraft villages. After The Farlanders Mod, and Minecraft Comes Alive, I move onto Millénaire - the final chapter in our village tale. If you're even a little bit into mods for Minecraft, you've probably heard of Millénaire.
When you think “Minecraft” you don't usually associate it with great nature sounds that provide immersion. The sounds in Minecraft have always been simple and ambient sounds were never really prominent. With MAtmos by Hurricaaane, ambience becomes a part of how you experience Minecraft forever. Birds chirp in the forest, caves tumble, winds blow and water flows as you traverse the world and blesses your ears with great realistic sounds.
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.
Mods for Minecraft have always fought to add entirely new gameplay mechanisms and features that give the game a different feel. They've gone as far as to turn it into first person shooters, zombie survival games and more. This time the modding team led by epicSplashBattle over on the Minecraft forums are trying to add the international sensation of Pokemon into Minecraft, and their mod, aptly named Pixelmon, already adds 87 Pokemon and has plenty of working mechanics involving pokemon battles, cathing them and even healing and storing them.
After a long wait and lots of snapshots Minecraft has been updated to 1.6, The Horse Update. As you might tell by the name, this update focuses on a new mod - the horse. There's tons of stuff added with this update, both related and unrelated to horses. From horse armor to colored clay and even a new launcher, read on for the details…Here's a full feature list, courtesy of Mojang: Added Horses Added Donkeys, Mules Added Horse Armor Added Leads Added Carpets Added Hardened Clay, Stained Clay Added Block of Coal Added Name Tags (item) Added Hay Bales Texture packs are now “resource packs” that also can hold sound etc Food meter is now drained when healed by full food meter Removed Herobrine So let's get the big guns out of the way first - the horse mob.