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Minecraft players can customize their games using a plethora of add-ons or mods, depending on which version they’re playing.

Players on Bedrock Edition will primarily use add-ons, which can be purchased for real-world money in the marketplace. Players on Java Edition will use mods that they can dig around for, mostly at no cost.

Using add-ons in Minecraft Bedrock Edition

Those playing on the Bedrock edition on consoles or through Windows can grab add-ons directly through the marketplace. There are add-ons that come free with a Realms Plus subscription, with all other packs costing real-world money (via Minecraft Coins), which can be bought in the store directly.

Image: Mojang/Microsoft via Polygon

Keep in mind that some add-ons, like texture packs, can be applied directly to your existing Worlds or Realms, but some that change the nature of the game a lot will require you to make a new Realm or World. World packs, like Aquatic Life, will require making a new World for that add-on.

Using mods in Minecraft: Java Edition

Java Edition users of Minecraft will need Java installed. After doing that, you’ll need to download the version of Minecraft Forge that matches your server version. A full list of Minecraaft Forge versions can be found here. Double-click the .jar file that downloads to install Forge.

Java Edition mods can be found all over the place via websites like Curse Forge. Simply click “download” on the mod you want and move it into your mods folder.

The mods folder will be located on the drive you installed Minecraft on, in a folder you can find through clicking “users,” your Windows name, “App Data,” “Roaming,” and then “.minecraft.” If there’s no folder named “mods” in there, you can make one and just drop your downloaded mods in.

Image: Mojang/Microsoft via Polygon

To play with the mods you’ve installed, you’ll simply need to select “forge” from the list of available builds on the Minecraft Java Edition client.

Sours: https://www.polygon.com//8/20//how-to-install-mods-add-ons-java-bedrock

This article is about creating mods for Java Edition. For the Bedrock Edition add-ons, see Add-on.

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Overview

Mods (short for 'modifications') can modify or add items, blocks, entities, and much more. Presumably, you already have an idea for a mod you want to create. If you simply want to add custom advancements, functions, loot tables, structures, recipes or tags to your game, look into how to make a Data pack, which does not require programming. Or look into how to make a resource pack if you simply want to customize textures (colors and designs), models, music, sounds, languages, splashes, fonts, or the end poem. Or perhaps you want to 'fork' a favorite mod to update for newer versions of Minecraft. In any case, this guide will eventually cover only the most basic elements of creating an item and creating an entity (a moving thing like a villager, sheep, zombie, etc.), and distributing the resulting mod package.

Minecraft mods consist of jar files (example: yournewmod.jar) which contain class files, JSON files, and image files, to name a few of the most common.

  • Class files are specific to the Java programming language. A few Java tutorials to try are w3schools (web and mobile), SoloLearn (web and mobile), and kodevelopment(web). You will need an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) such as IntelliJ or Eclipse to read or create class files. This tutorial will focus on IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition
  • JSON files are a means of detailing the characteristics of objects used by Java class files. JSON is much simpler than Java. You will need a text editor such as Notepad++, Vim, or Emacs to read or create JSON files. You probably already have a basic text editor on your computer, but there are many advantages to using other ones instead.
  • Image files you may be familiar with include .bmp and .jpg formats, but Minecraft requires .png format (example: yournewlogo.png) in multiples of 16 pixels square (example: 16x16, 32x32, 64x64). You will need an image editor such as Paint.NET or GIMP to edit or create .png files. You probably already have MS Paint on your computer, but GIMP has so much more functionality, and Paint.NET is quite user-friendly. There are also several websites with tools for creating pixel art.

If you have been playing Minecraft Java Edition, you probably already have JRE (Java Runtime Environment). To develop a mod, you will need to find JDK (Java Development Kit), which includes the JRE and an emulator. Create a free account at oracle.com and download JDK Standard Edition version 8. Then follow the instructions for installing it, and make note of the location it installs to. Pay particular attention to the section on Updating the PATH Environment Variable.

With a Java Development Kit installed, and the IntelliJ Integrated Development Environment to manipulate Java with, you now have the tools to develop custom software that can be used in a variety of applications. While working on a mod, continue working through Java tutorials. The lessons will enable you to put your ideas into action, while the ideas will make the lessons more interesting and memorable.

One more tool you should set up before starting a mod is the Forge MDK (Mod Development Kit). Forge is a collection of useful resources and mod loader, designed specifically to simplify compatibility between Minecraft Java Edition and multiple community-created mods. This tutorial will focus on the MDK for version of Minecraft Java Edition, although Forge for has been around for some time. An alternative to Forge is Fabric, but Java is still used to code mods either way.

Things you are not to do

There are some things that you should be careful to not do when creating a mod. Keep this list in mind:

  • Don't do anything that violates Mojang Studios' terms of use for Minecraft.
  • Don't release Minecraft versions or modifications that allow you to play without having bought Minecraft from Mojang Studios.
  • Don't release the de-compiled source code of Minecraft in any way.
  • Don't modify existing mods without permission from that mod's author(s). Check their License, usually available in the author's GitHub repository. If you can't find the license, then you do not have permission to share a modified version with anybody. You may tinker with the files for personal use only.

First steps with Forge

This wiki article aims to provide a foolproof walk-through of a few key elements of Forge's tutorial: https://mcforge.readthedocs.io. Bookmark their page, as it addresses many issues this article will not. Moreover, there's more than one valid way to achieve the desired result; this wiki article will focus on the simplest, which is probably not the most efficient or elegant. If you follow precisely the steps outlined here, you should soon have a functional mod, which you can then tinker with to your heart's content. If you use Linux, Forge's tutorial will probably be more useful for you. If you use Windows, read on.

A note about placeholders

This tutorial will use "You" to represent the User profile you are logged in with; if you copy-paste paths from this tutorial, be sure to replace "You" with your own Windows username. This tutorial will use "yournewmod" to represent sections you should replace with the mod name you choose for your project.

1. Create a folder for your project

Navigate to and create a new folder. The name of this folder may be changed easily later.

2. Obtain a "source distribution"

Visit https://files.minecraftforge.net and make sure the version selected is the version for which you want to create a mod. In the large "Download Recommended" box, click on the small MDK box. A dialog box will appear, asking where you want to save the file, and what to name it. Choose any convenient location, but leave the name unchanged.

3. Copy key files to your project folder

Open the forgemdk folder (with or without unzipping it first) and copy-paste the following 5 files from this folder[more information needed] to the project folder you created in the first step:

  • the folder
  • the folder

3½. A note about mappings

There are two different sets of mappings available for method names - "MCP" community-based mappings, and "Official" mappings based in part on the official Obfuscation maps (though class names are different for technical reasons). The default in the MDK has recently been changed to 'official', but this tutorial will use the MCP mappings for now because function parameter names are not available in the official mappings.

Change the following line in line 34

mappings channel: 'official', version: ''

to

mappings channel: 'snapshot', version: ''

On line 51 of ExampleMod.java, change to (or simply comment or delete the line)

4. Import the gradle project

Open/Run the IntelliJ IDEA program. In the landing screen, click on Open. A dialog box will appear, asking which file to import. Navigate to your project folder and select "build.Gradle," then click OK.

5. Designate the JDK

In the next window, click in the "Gradle JVM" field and navigate to the JDK files you installed earlier. If you got version 8 update , select the folder named "jdk_" Click OK and wait for the build to finish, Showing the results in the bottom field.

[TODO: I didn't get another window, need to verify what happens on a fresh IDEA install]

[Note: Confirming that on IntelliJ IDEA window doesn't appear, most likely that it detects JDK itself, so it will only appear if it failed to locate appropriate JDK]

6. Set up workspace

No Dependencies needed to be Installed. Move to next step as new update in Forge command setupDecompWorkspace is not needed

7. Configure Run settings

After refreshing gradle, open the gradle panel and double-click the "genIntellijRuns" entry in the "fg_runs" folder. This will create new run configurations that allow your mod to be run. Next, open the "Edit configurations" window of Run settings and look approximately halfway down, for "Use classpath of module." Click on its dropdown field, and select the option that ends with , then click Apply. If the settings you just finished editing were for the Minecraft Client, click on Minecraft Server and repeat the steps to set the classpath. [TODO: Is this necessary anymore? It was already set]

You can now select and run in the run configuration drop down menu. This will start the Launcher with your mod included. When you get to the landing menu, you can check whether your mod is present.

Creating a mod for Forge

Identifying your mod

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The project as delivered with the MDK is called "examplemod" with the package name "com.example.examplemod". You will need to rename this to your own names in the following places - rename the class files - build.gradle - META-INF/mods.toml

Package names should be based on a domain name in reverse order, or a name that is not a valid domain name if you do not own a domain name.

[TODO clearer instructions, set up MODID variable]

Setting up Item Registration

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You can create a class to put your definitions in. Here we call it RegistryHandler, though some mods have separate classes for each type of object called ModItems, ModBlocks, etc; and in theory you could just add it to the main class. Having at least one class file (or, ideally, a package) to put registrations in without any non registration related code provides better organization for when you expand your mod.

packagecom.example.examplemod;importnet.minecraft.item.Item;importnet.minecraft.item.ItemGroup;importnet.minecraftforge.fml.RegistryObject;importnet.minecraftforge.registries.DeferredRegister;importnet.minecraftforge.registries.ForgeRegistries;publicclassRegistryHandler{publicstaticfinalDeferredRegister<Item>ITEMS=DeferredRegister.create(ForgeRegistries.ITEMS,ExampleMod.MODID);}

In your main class, set it up to automatically be called at the appropriate time, in the constructor:

RegistryHandler.ITEMS.register(FMLJavaModLoadingContext.get().getModEventBus());

Creating a Custom Tool

Let's make a simple spear, with damage ability similar to a stone sword.

So, to start off with we need to make a new directory called tools in your package. Next create a new Java enum called ModItemTier. In this file you need to type a variant of the following:

packagecom.example.examplemod;importmcp.MethodsReturnNonnullByDefault;importnet.minecraft.item.IItemTier;importnet.minecraft.item.Items;importnet.minecraft.item.crafting.Ingredient;importjava.util.function.Supplier;@MethodsReturnNonnullByDefaultpublicenumModItemTierimplementsIItemTier{CUSTOMNAMEHERE(1,,F,F,5,()->Ingredient.fromItems(Items.FLINT));privatefinalSupplier<Ingredient>repairmaterial;privatefinalintenchantability;privatefinalfloatattackDamage;privatefinalfloatefficiency;privatefinalintmaxUses;privatefinalintharvestLevel;ModItemTier(intharvestLevel,intmaxUses,floatefficiency,floatattackDamage,intenchantability,Supplier<Ingredient>repairmaterial){this.harvestLevel=harvestLevel;this.maxUses=maxUses;this.efficiency=efficiency;this.attackDamage=attackDamage;this.enchantability=enchantability;this.repairmaterial=repairmaterial;}@OverridepublicintgetMaxUses(){returnthis.maxUses;}@OverridepublicfloatgetEfficiency(){returnthis.efficiency;}@OverridepublicfloatgetAttackDamage(){returnthis.attackDamage;}@OverridepublicintgetHarvestLevel(){returnthis.harvestLevel;}@OverridepublicintgetEnchantability(){returnthis.enchantability;}@OverridepublicIngredientgetRepairMaterial(){returnthis.repairmaterial.get();}}

Next, you need to register your item. Go to your item registry class[?] and make a new item like the one here:

publicstaticfinalRegistryObject<SwordItem>NAME_SPEAR=ITEMS.register("name_spear",()->newSwordItem(ModItemTier.CUSTOMNAMEHERE,5,f,(newItem.Properties()).tab(ItemGroup.TAB_COMBAT)));

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The numbers are the base attack damage [added to the damage set in the ItemTier] and the speed modifier, the values chosen for the example are intermediate between a sword and an axe.

After this, you need to make a JSON file in src/main/resources/assets/examplemod/models/item called what you set earlier, like so:

{"parent":"item/handheld","textures":{"layer0":"examplemod:item/name_spear"}}

Then, go to your textures folder and input the texture you will make in the next step. If you want to know more about durability I recommend this page.

Custom Layers over Vanilla Textures

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Textures from Scratch

Open an image editor, preferably one that supports transparency, and create a new image, with a size that is a multiple of 16x16 (eg. 32x32, 64x etc.)

This example is using a 32x32 pixel image and is made in GIMP.

Create your file, making sure it is in pixels and not inches, millimetres, or any other measurement.

Create a new layer, and delete the original canvas. If you don't do that, then your image will have a white background.

Using a brush of 1x1 pixel, start drawing your item. Make sure to use separate layers for separate parts of the item to allow changes to be made easier.


When you're done creating your art, press file to save. If you're using GIMP or another advanced editor, it won't save as a .png. For GIMP, it saves as a .xcf.

Navigate to the export dropdown or press on Windows or for macOS. This is to export the file. Make sure you export as a .png, not a .jpg or any other file extension. If it is not saved as a .png, it will have a white background and won't look correct.


If you're following along with this tutorial and wish to use this image, you can download this finished pixel art here.

Creating a Custom Mob

Models from Scratch

The best way to model mobs is probably blockbench (blockbench website). Blockbench is a free modeling tool, and it would be much faster and easier than taking the other approach, which is slow. If you want to model with it, simply make a cube, position it, rotate it, size it, and make your model the way you want to make it. If you need more cubes, you can easily make a new one. This is probably the best method for this. It is fast, easy, and customizable.

Creating a Config file

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Sharing Your Mod

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To build your mod, run gradlew build or ./gradlew build for macOS. This will output a file in build/libs with the name [archivesBaseName]-[version].jar. This file can be placed in the mods folder of a forge enabled Minecraft setup, and distributed. Then you can upload your mod to CurseForge

Further Reading

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https://mcforge.readthedocs.io/en/latest/gettingstarted/

Additional Info

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See also

Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Tutorials/Creating_Forge_mods
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The best Minecraft mods

Looking for the best Minecraft mods to expand your worlds with?  If you want to liven up the vanilla sandbox experience of Minecraft even more, then mods are a great way to do it, from minor gameplay improvements to completely flipping the table and changing the way you play. Whether it's adding Mario to Minecraft, or helping servers to hold more players, mods open up a lot of gameplay possibilities.

Though we're still waiting on the second part of the Minecraft update, modders have already been doing some fun stuff with Caves & Cliffs part one. When the significant update drops, we're likely to see even more.

Another advantage of mods is that they're simple to get your hands on. The Curse Forge platform is one of the easiest ways to start modding Minecraft, though you can also install mods manually, though that option requires a lot more awareness of  compatibility and which Minecraft version you're running. While a lot of older mods dont get updated or have fallen to others modders in terms of upkeep, mod managers like MultiMC are really useful, letting you keep track of what's been updated, and even warning you if a mod isn't supported by the newest Minecraft version.

Another must-have is Fabric, and many mods won't work without installing it and Fabric API. This includes some of the mods in the below. But with mods there's never any guarantee that they'll run on the newest Minecraft version, meaning you might have to go back to older versions of Forge to run them. If you want some help, then this guide for how to install mods on older versions of Minecraft should come in handy.

This list of the best Minecraft mods has been updated for , and in order of the newest version of Minecraft. 

The best Minecraft mods

Minecraft mods - Utility

Optifine 

Minecraft version: - | Download link

Minecraft doesn't scale too well to the power of fast or slow machines. It runs surprisingly poorly on low-end laptops, and a high-end rig can't do much with its extra oomph. Enter Optifine—a mod that not only makes Minecraft run faster but also look far better. It supports HD textures, smooth lighting, and more, and framerate doubling is not uncommon. It's one of the first things we usually add when installing Minecraft.

Just Enough Items (JEI)

Minecraft version: | Download link

Just Enough Items is the successor of the older NotEnoughItems mod that lets you search for materials in-game and see all of its recipes. This is another useful tool to have installed alongside any new modpacks you try, helping you learn the recipes for new items you're not yet familiar with.

Here's What You're Looking At (HWYLA)

Minecraft version - | Download link

HWYLA is a fork from the old popular utility What Am I Looking At. WAILA is no longer being updated, so you'll want to go with HWYLA for the future. Among other things, it shows a tooltip with the name of the block or object your cursor is pointing at. It's a useful utility for exploring a new modpack if you're constantly scratching your head wondering what that block you've never seen before is.

Version Minecraft mods

Biomes O'Plenty

Minecraft version: | Download link

Since the 'Update That Changed The World' in late , there's been a bit more diversity in Minecraft worlds. But Biomes O'Plenty adds vastly more—75 to be exact—from brushland and coral reefs, through lavender fields and ominous woods, to tundra and wasteland. You'll need to create a new world to use it (make sure to select the 'Biomes O'Plenty' world generation option), but it's worth it to see corners of Minecraft that you've never seen before.

Journeymap

Minecraft version: | Download Link

Maps are great for trying to keep a rough idea of where you are or where you’re heading. That said, there’s always room for improvement.

Imagine Google Maps, only for Minecraft and you’ll have a pretty good idea of what this mod does. Specifically, it lets folk view a more real-time map in-game, and on the mini-map, as well as being able to view the map online via a web browser. If you’re charting your next journey, and it’s going to take you far, far away from the sanctity of your home base, then this mod is a must. 

DimensionalDoors

Minecraft version: | Download Link

This is a fun one. DimonsionalDoors is a mod that adds several types of teleportation doors and "extra-dimensional pocket dungeons" into Minecraft. You can use the doors for handy purposes, like crafting an Iron dimensional door that creates a secret empty dimensional pocket where you can build whatever you like, or go wild and build an interdimensional maze for your friends to explore.

Iron Chests 2

Minecraft version | Download link

More storage mods, but this time focused on the early-game. Iron Chests lets you upgrade wooden chests to hold more stuff. In the long run, you'll probably still want an Applied Energistics system, but this make the early part of the game so much more pleasant.

Version Minecraft mods

Fire and Ice: Dragons

Minecraft version: | Download link 

Raptorfarian and Alexthe's Ice and Fire: Dragons is a mod that adds a whole load of fantasy creatures into the base game. The list is huge, including the likes of hippogryphs, gorgons, dread liches, sea serpents, hydras, pixies, cyclopes, trolls, death worms, and ghosts. Dragons are the highlight of the mod though, letting you train, ride, and hunt the mythical beasts. You can craft dragon equipment, find dragon eggs, and explore dragon caverns where special loot lies.

Create

Minecraft version: | Download link 

Create focuses on automation and takes Minecraft mechanisms to the next level. It's all based on rotational power and kinetics so a range of gears and cogwheels have been introduced and are waiting for you to experiment with. Of course, gearboxes, chain drives, conveyor belts, clutches, pulleys, and levers are also there to help bring your weird and wonderful creations to life.

Botania

Minecraft version: | Download link

Some Minecraft mods add powerful magical items. Others add intricate machinery. Botania just adds flowers—but wow, what flowers. Flowers that heal you. Flowers that feed animals. Flowers that turn hostile mobs against each other. Flowers that eat cake. Oh, and did I mention that you've can also use flowers to create a magical portal to a world of elves? If you want to try something wildly different from most other mods, Botania is it.

Engineer's Tools

Minecraft version: | Download Link

Engineer's Tools is a simple Minecraft mod that makes mining above and under ground way more convenient. The mod's main feature is a craftable multitool that combines your pickaxe, wood axe, sheers, and shovel into a single item. You still need the individual tools to craft the multitool, so it's not so much a cheat as an inventory convenience. It also adds a coal chalk marker that you can use in caves to leave navigational waypoints or mark points of interest.

Rope Bridge Mod

Minecraft version: | Download link

You know what’s annoying? When you’re at the top of a mountain and see something interesting on an adjacent mountain. No one likes the feeling off having to trudge down a mountain only to clumsily stumble your way up another directly after. What this mod does is cut out the in between bits. Namely, point, click, and a rope bridge will magically appear to offer up a link between the two destinations. Yes, it’s for lazy people like us. Feel free to judge.

The Lost Cities

Minecraft version: (beta) | Download Link

Something has ended life as we know it. Buildings are in disrepair, and everyone has vanished, or so it seems. The Lost Cities, as the foreboding name suggests, spawns you into a city forgotten by time. The goal? See how long you can survive this post-apocalyptic wasteland without succumbing to death. If you fancy taking the survival one step further, this mod also interlinks with the Biomes O Plenty mod, meaning you’ll have a lot of stunning new areas to explore alongside the empty cities.

BlockFront - WW2

Minecraft version: | Download link

You know how there's basically no games where you get to be a soldier? Okay, so there's maybe one or two (thousand), but Minecraft isn't one of them, so naturally someone found a way to mod it in. BlockFront - WW2 turns Minecraft into a World War II game centered around defending France from invading Nazi forces, with story missions to complete and online PvP to compete in.

It's currently in public alpha, so don't expect it to work % smoothly right now.

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Instant Massive Structures

Minecraft version: - | Download link

Okay, okay, so this one may be cheating. We’ve all seen monstrous builds online which make our 5x5 dirt house pail in comparison. But what happens if you want to turn the tables? What happens if you want an enormous city in a matter of seconds? That’s where the Instant Structures mod comes in. Simply cycle through the creative menu, drop a block, right click it, and a building will magically spawn. Structures range from castles, to houses, all the way to tram stations. Yeah, sure, it’s technically cheating, but we won’t tell anyone.

Candy Craft

Minecraft version | Download link

Everyone wishes they lived in a candyland, right? Well thanks to this mod, your wishes can come true, so long as you're happy to live vicariously through your Minecraft avatar. Your tools are made of marshmallows, your armor is made of honeycombs, and the critters are made of rock candy. Perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth (who doesn't mind getting a little sticky.

Millénaire 

Minecraft version: | Download link

How many times have you explored a new area only to be met with nothing but vast emptiness? The Millénaire mod fixes that by introducing a wealth of new content into spaces where there’d usually be nothing. Villagers are replaced by human men, women, and children, instead of the bog-standard villager. Even villages have had a makeover to incorporate 11th-century Norman, North Indian and Mayan themes.

Fossils and Archeology Revival

Minecraft version: | Download link

If there’s one thing missing from Minecraft it’s dinosaurs. Who doesn’t want to ditch creepers in favour of riding around on a T-Rex? Not only is there a massive amount of dinosaurs to spawn in creative, but in survival, the player can hunt down fossils and bring these forgotten beasts back to life. As well as a texture overhaul, there’s also a new mob boss in the Anu for those looking to put their prehistoric skills to the test.

JurassiCraft

Minecraft version: | Download link

From the deep dark abyss of space to the glistening glory of Jeff Goldblum. The JurrassiCraft mod lets you create your very own prehistoric world by extracting DNA from fossils or amber you can find. It even includes some vehicles to help you make your way around. You can even bring back some prehistoric plants too. Just remember that life, uh, finds a way, and dinosaurs are much bigger than you and usually hungry.

Mystcraft

Minecraft version: | Download link

Have you grown bored of your world but don't want to lose your progress? Conjure up a new dimension with Mystcraft. It lets you create 'Linking Books' that allow you to travel around the multiverse—with the contents of the book dictating the kind of worlds you'll discover. You might find a series of snow-covered floating islands, or an endless ocean with giant trees sprouting from the water. But be careful, some of the new dimensions could be unstable, falling apart around you.

Animal Bikes

Minecraft version: | Download link

Making your way downtown in Minecraft isn’t always an enjoyable experience. While things are great once you’ve set up your own network of railways or rivers, it can often feel like a slog in new areas. Well, rather than lamenting this fact, why not speed up the experience with a whole slew of new animal bikes. This mod allows you to craft and ride a whole bunch of different beasts, all of which have special abilities. You can ride on animal hungry dinosaurs, volatile creepers, and even your very own fire-breathing ender dragon.

Natura

Minecraft version: | Download link

Another great mod for spicing up world-generation is Natura. It adds a wide variety of new tree types, and therefore different-coloured woods to make your home more aesthetically pleasing. It also adds a few extra crops for early-game food and resource production, and makes the Nether a little more dangerous. Natura is a nice first step into Minecraft modding, because it sticks close to the themes of the regular game.

The Aether II

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The Aether (pronounced “ee-ther”) is the opposite of the Nether. While the Nether is seen as Minecraft’s equivalent of hell, the Aether is a sort of heavenly realm. Once transported via a portal, you’ll find yourself above the clouds surrounded by gorgeous, newly-designed floating islands. There’s also new mobs, including flying cows and flying pigs, some new boss enemies, as well as new block types to play with and new-fangled loot to find.

Thaumcraft

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Being a sorcerer is awesome, and the most awesome way to be a sorcerer in Minecraft is with Thaumcraft. It's a vast mod that revolves around drawing the magical essence out of physical objects in the Minecraft world and reshaping it into new forms. In the process, you'll create altars, wands, golems and fill dozens of jars of coloured goo. There's even a puzzle game you'll have to complete to research new spells.

Twilight Forest

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Love adventuring? This mod adds a new, densely-forested dimension shrouded in perpetual twilight that hides both valuable treasures and dangerous monsters. Throw a diamond into a pool of water surrounded by flowers to create a portal there, then spend a while roaming around. You'll find hedge mazes, hollow hills, enchanted groves, glaciers, lich towers and more with rich rewards for those that delve the deepest.

Forestry

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If you like the agricultural aspects of Minecraft, you're going to love Forestry. It's a huge mod, which adds a bunch of new items, machines and blocks, but it's best known for its bees. You can become an apiarist, capturing wild bees and cross-breeding them using real genetic principles to create masses of different useful resources. If I were teaching biology, I'd be using this in the classroom.

Chameleon Creepers

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Creepers not giving you enough grief? We can fix that. The Chameleon Creepers mod makes it so when a creeper passes over a block type, it changes color in the hopes of stealthily blending in to its surroundings. In short, it makes creepers even more deadly so you won’t see them until they’re hissing down the back of your neck. Why you’d want to use this mod is anyone’s guess, but for the masochists out there, you’re welcome.

Chisel

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Making your base pretty is an afterthought to some players, but to others it's a vital part of the game. Chisel provides loads of new texture options for many of the most common blocks in the game, giving you lots more decorative options. Cobblestones have 24 different textures with this mod, while in the base game they have just one. And pretty much every block 

Pam's HarvestCraft

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Pam's HarvestCraft adds 58 new crops, 35 fruit trees, 12 bushes and 16 fish for you to track down, including—vegetarians rejoice—the ability to use tofu in place of meat for any recipe. It's a veritable culinary explosion, and your mouth will thank you.

Hunger Overhaul

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Feeling hungry? You will be after you install Hunger Overhaul. It makes hunger more of a challenge, rather than a mild annoyance, reducing the amount of hunger each food item refills.

BiblioCraft

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Bibliocraft began as a way to store books in bookcases. but has expanded wildly since into a bunch of blocks and items that are both useful and aesthetically pleasing to have in your base. There are armour stands, potion shelves, cookie jars, clocks, lanterns, display cases, nifty multipart chairs, and even tables and tablecloths. Once you're done with Bibliocraft, your home base might actually start to look like a home.

Galacticraft

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With the recently revealed Picard looking so good, it seems like a good time to try and explore space, the final frontier. That’s just a small part of what this mod allows you to do. You can build your own space rocket, launch yourself into the starry sky, and then go on adventures from there. You can actually visit planets which have their own atmospheres and mobs, as well as building your very own space station. It’s stellar stuff.

Eyephone Mod

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Now you can have your friends call you up at stupid hours to spoil the latest Game of Thrones episode in-game. Hurray? And just like a regular phone, the EyePhone comes equipped with a selection of apps (with more unlockable via diamonds). The best feature, though, has to be the ability to email your friends to blow them up, because why not? Only downside is you’ll have to craft an in-game charger to keep the phone powered. It’s just like real life then?

Tinker's Construct

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Tools are the backbone of everything you do in Minecraft, and Tinker's Construct lets you make far better tools out of a much wider range of materials. They're upgradable, modular, and can be repaired if they break. Oh, and the mod also adds a smeltery to make high-end tools and increase ore processing efficiency.

RailCraft / Steve's Carts Reborn

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You can probably guess what these mods do. That's right—they both substantially upgrade the capabilities of Minecraft's minecarts. RailCraft adds a bunch of new types of track, including sophisticated redstone-controlled junctions and signals, while Steve's Carts pumps up the capabilities of the carts themselves—adding brakes, shields, drills and more. You can even make an attachment that launches fireworks.

EnderIO

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Getting stuff to where it needs to be is often a problem in Minecraft. EnderIO solves that problem impressively elegantly, by adding compact conduits that carry fluid, items, power and redstone signals. It also has a few machines that enhance your ore processing capabilities, too. When your base starts getting complicated, EnderIO is one of the best ways to sort it out.

Applied Energistics 2

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Storage can also become an issue when you start automating more and more aspects of Minecraft. Applied Energistics solves the problem by turning the matter in your chests into energy, which is then stored on disk drives, accessible wirelessly from anywhere in your base. You can even use it to autocraft anything you need by interfacing directly with your machines. If that sounds a bit magical, you wouldn't be wrong. It uses vast amounts of power, of course, but once properly configured you'll come to see wooden chests as hopelessly primitive relics of the past.

OpenBlocks

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This family of mods are a grab bag of immensely useful utilities with no real theme running through them. OpenBlocks adds sleeping bags, hang gliders, elevators, gravestones, rope ladders and building guides.

PneumaticCraft: Repressurized

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It's always refreshing seeing mods that try something a bit different. PneumatiCraft is a tech mod, but instead of power it uses air pressure. You'll need to build compression chambers, pipes and valves to make sure you balance the flow of air, and if you get things wrong an explosion is inevitable. If you get it right, though, the nifty gadgets that PneumatiCraft brings to the table, like air cannons and configurable helmets, are well worth the time investment.

Project Red

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Those of you that work frequently with redstone will know what a pain it can sometimes be. Project Red changes all that, bringing vastly improved control over what you're doing and allowing you to make your circuits much more compact. It also adds integrated logic gates, making task automation way easier. Worth having around if you ever might want to work with redstone.

Super Factory Manager

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Another incredibly useful automation tool is Steve's Factory Manager, now being updated for current Minecraft versions as Super Factory Manager. Like ComputerCraft, it's a little on the fiddly side and requires a bit of knowledge of programming concepts to get going. Once you've got the hang of the drag-and-drop interface however, you'll be amazed by the possibilities. For automating a factory, there's no better solution.

Portal Blocks / Portal Gun

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How do you fancy creating your own Aperture testing lab? Included in this modpack are a wealth of different Portal-themed blocks and, more importantly, a selection of Portal appliances, which includes floor buttons for dumping companion cubes onto, pedestal buttons, and indicator lights. So if you decide to create a nefarious puzzle challenge, all the tools you’ll need will be there from the off.

A quick note: For the full Portal experience, you’ll first need to grab iChun’s Portalgun modpack first. After that, you’re safe to install Raptor’s mod-extension.

ComputerCraft

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While we're learning biology, let's learn some programming too! ComputerCraft adds programmable computers and turtles into Minecraft, which you can write code to control. It's based on the easy-to-learn Lua programming language, and with it you can make passworded doors, private chatrooms, automated mining turtles, and even in-game videogames. The possibilities are endless.

LotsOMobs

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From the days before vanilla Minecraft exploded with new animals, LotsOMobs added tons of its own. Rather than just adding a couple of animals here or there, it adds over forty new mobs, including creatures like bees, ants, mammoths, and even cavemen. On top of that, there are a few new items to spawn some of these mods, and even new portals to go through leading to new biomes.

Bacteria

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While there are plenty of mods that add in new functionality, there aren’t many that can accidentally destroy the world you’ve created for yourself. The Bacteria mod allows you to harvest special sponges from the world, and then train them to perform certain tasks. For example, you can place a bacteria down that consumes all of the dirt blocks it can reach. You have to be careful with this kind of power, and that’s what makes this mod so fascinating. Destroying the world on purpose is BDE, doing it by accident is simply very funny.

Biospheres

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Creating a biosphere, of decent size, takes around eight-hours, give or take. I know this because I spent eight-painstaking-hours making one. By the end, I wanted to chuck Minecraft into a nearby volcano. Making something spherical rather than a jagged diamond isn’t easy. Thankfully, the Biospheres mod removes all the annoying obstacles and spawns you into a world where the sky is overrun with various floating biomes. Just don’t fall off, yeah?

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