Despite what Ned Stark may tell you, Summer is coming, but your Minecraft world remains the same. That kind of sucks, so modder Cojomax99 fixed it with his mod Tropicraft, which just got updated to V3 with a lot more features, so sit back in your beach chair, drink your pina colada, relax, and you shall be transported into the Tropical realm of the mod filled with tons of new stuff to do.
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DivineRPG is probably the biggest mod for Minecraft around. It adds magic, pets, bosses, over a 100 new mobs and most importantly 8 new dimensions and upgrades to the existing 3. Throughout this Dimensional Travel Guide we'll take a look at each dimension and what it's all about, starting with the upgraded vanilla dimensions.
Goblins are among those standard fantasy world monsters we see in so many games these days, however they have not made an appearance in Minecraft. Yet. Modder Sartharis took up this task and made the mod “Goblins!”. It adds a whole lot of stuff to the game, not just goblins as a mob, and it does so very well.
The Evil Minecraft mod has been in development for a long, long time. We've gotten teases for it and it's had preview releases with some features implemented before. But now the (in)famous 0.666 version is finally here, and it has one of the biggest feature lists we've ever seen. The mod updates certain graphical aspects, game mechanics, adds new mobs, items and blocks and much, much more.
After some rumbling about world generation and new biomes in early August, the Mojang team have now released a blog post further detailing the world generation changes. It looks like we'll be seeing a lot of new biomes, smaller oceans and more realistic biome placement. Continue reading for the details…The new update will be focused on the terrain changes being introduced.
The Twilight Forest Guide nears the end of its journey with our penultimate episode. We enter the Ice Kingdom…Main Menu I: Getting Started II: The Woods III: The Swamp IV: The Dark Forest V: The Ice Kingdom - You are here! VI: The Highlands You've almost reached the end of your journey. The frozen domain of the Ice Kingdom sprawls in front of you, and the fiery tears you obtained in the Dark Forest protect you from its cold.
Last week, Mojang released a couple of announcements, focusing on the Heartbleed bug that affected Minecraft (as well as most of the web) and the new 1.7.9 update that headlines the ability to change your in-game name while still not breaking server bans, inventories, etc. Read on for the details. If you are not aware, the Heartbleed bug was a bug in the security protocol most sites use that allowed someone to access a small amount of data from the server that could include sensitive information.
The famous Sonic Ether is at it again with a new update to his shader baby - Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders. This new update brings a few interesting additions. Fog has been added to remove that ugly border fix, an HDR effect has been implemented that deals with variable light exposure, or in other words, give the “eyes adjusting to light after exiting cave” effect.
Have you ever wanted to be a superhero and kick criminal behind? Well, with the Superheroes Unlimited mod, you can do so in Minecraft! Made by Tihyo, this mod currently adds 5 heroes you can become by crafting their armor and therefore gaining their powers. Let's have a (x-ray) look…The first hero we will be looking at is Batman , because Batman is the best superhero and everybody knows that except for apparently the creator of this mod.
Realistic textures packs often struggle to have their own unique style. They all try to imitate reality, and therefore look too much alike. Only rare pieces of art rise above this and manage to create their own unique style despite being realistic. I already covered one of these, the famous Misa's Texture Pack, and now I will now show you another - HerrSommer by DerSommer.
Mojang have been busy the past couple of weeks fixing tons of bugs and adding some nice new features to our favorite blocky game. We've already discussed the decorative block additions as well as the new mobs being added, but now it's time to focus on the latest additions - the Anvil block for item repair, new options for flatworld generation and the revamped lighting system.
Welcome back to our Twilight Forest guide! In this edition, we're going to look more closely at the first major area of Twilight Forest - the woods - and the mobs and bosses that inhabit it. Let us begin…Main Menu I: Getting Started II: The Woods - You are here! III: The Swamp IV: The Dark Forest V: The Ice Kingdom VI: The Highlands In the first part of our guide - Getting Started - you built your foothold in the Twilight dimension and found out a bit about the major landmarks you can visit independently from the all-ruling progression system.
Minecraft isn't a graphically impressive game. Its textures are low res and shaders are non-existant, but that's part of the style some people like. If you however, like your games beefed up and graphically impressive, you probably already have an HD texture pack installed. Here are some mods you should check out to make Minecraft look even better.
The day you've all been waiting for is here. Mods-For-Minecraft's first own mod - Space Magic Minecraft Mod. This mod includes tons of new additions to the game all related to space AND magic like wand-powered space ships - a new type of transportation, wizard alien elves - a new NPC and a religion system featuring The Church of The Amazing Eternal Notch and The Super Secret Space Jeb Lovers Cult.
When you talk about texture packs, you're very likely that someone will mention JohnSmith's 32x pack. It's one of the most popular texture packs out there with a giant fanbase that adds support for various mods for the texture pack, and it has a very unique look to it that will stick to you if you're into that sort of thing.
Are you ready to deck out your house or base with some couches, chairs or even kitchen equipment? I hope so, because modder Mr_Crayfish's Furniture Mod provides the perfect opportunity to do so. With support for texture packs and lots of new blocks specially for decorating purposes, this is the mod to get when you're in need for some interior design.
If you're familiar with Zipline, you know that it's original creator, binarydoodler, has not updated it since 1.7.3. However, mod updating legend Coupon has come to the rescue and updated it for 1.0. with the help of aSakofDonuts. It's a great mod that introduces a lot of things that really should be in vanilla Minecraft, among which are ropes, ziplines, rope bridges and etc.
This time on Upcoming I'll take a look at a very ambitious mod recreating a very famous fantasy universe. The Lord of the Rings mod by Mevans aims to add everything you know and love about Middle-earth and more, and it's almost there with lots of features already implemented and working. The mod adds the new dimension of Middle-earth in which all of the content can be found.
The cubey world of Minecraft is dotted with flora. Leaves and grass (and others too) cover the surface. Modder Poersch decided that it could look better, and so the Better Grass & Leaves Mod came to be. The mod essentially adds a few pixels to some textures, making them less cubey and more lush. Let's take a look.
Random world generation has become one of the most iconic features of Minecraft, and one of its main selling points. The blocky landscape that is always familiar, yet never the same is truly one of the best features the game has to offer. Since the biomes were added in beta, Minecraft's world diversity has been stunningly beautiful.
The long-time-coming “Pretty Scary Update” has arrived. Now in it's third variation, 1.4.2, it is ready to be played by everyone and available via Minecraft's launcher as soon as you login. With new mobs, blocks, mechanics, generation options and even a new boss and tons of bug fixes and other new stuff, you might just want to read on for a more detailed, clean recap of what it contains.