Minecraft is an exciting game on its own. There’s no doubt about that. But let’s face it: We sometimes get bored. No matter how unique the game is, you’ll eventually settle into a routine.
And that’s not just Minecraft. That’s true for any game. Fortunately for us, there are tons of mods out there. We’ll be focusing on three Minecraft mods that are a breath of fresh air for all you gamers out there.
With them, every time you’ll play Minecraft, you’ll be able to say that you’re playing an entirely new game.
Yes – it’s basically Minecraft with dinosaurs. Normally, that would be a strong selling point to start with. I mean, who wouldn’t want to try out something like this?
The creatures in vanilla Minecraft were impressive and imposing on their own – that’s true. But adding in dinosaurs is just going to do wonders for the immersion aspect of the game.
Sure, it’s mostly an aesthetic mode, as it doesn’t implement many gameplay changes at the moment.
Still, you can’t deny that such an addition will increase the replay value of Minecraft. After all, who wouldn’t like to try out their luck trying to survive in a world ruled by these magnificent beasts?
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If you’re fond of the vanilla creatures but want to see a twist or two, this mod is perfect for you. Unlike other Minecraft mods, it doesn’t seem to bring much to the table, yet it still offers a fresh new experience.
That’s especially true if you enjoy difficulty since this mod features scaled Minecraft mobs.
That means they are huge, tough, and scary, so you’ll quickly immerse yourself in the game.
Plus, this mod implements a Spiderpig mutant in the game. It looks creepy or funny (depending on how you look at it), but there’s one neat catch: You can actually ride it.
Also, this mod allows you to craft an item named Chemical X.
Just throw it on the ground, and the particles will pick a random nearby mod and infect it, causing it to mutate.
Now that’s definitely a cool way to approach Minecraft. Plus, you get to roleplay as a mad scientist if you want to.
Out of all the Minecraft mods I’ve seen recently, this one really got my interest. That’s mostly because of its immersive aspect. You gain access to a new world brimming with life. Here’s a sample of some of the creatures you’ll get to see:
And many more. Plus, it gives you access to interesting biomes and a surprisingly interactive world.
For instance, you can actually explore hollow tree trunks in search of treasures.
Also, you have to build your very own portal to get to the Twilight Forest.
You’ll need a shallow pool (4 squares) which you’ll then surround with natural items (flowers or mushrooms). Lastly, you’ll have to throw a diamond in the pool to create the portal.
Now that’s immersion done right!
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