The extended default game bundled in the Minetest engine. Contained mods and modifications:
- The Minetest game for base
- Hunger NG to add hunger management (modified)
- Hbsprint to add sprinting ability (modified)
- Added max falling speed limitation to the default player_api.
- Mesecons to add electricity like magic to the game
Changed the torch's texture
Changed the switch's effective sides
Changed the ghostsone's and removesone's inventory icon
- The default carts mod has been replaced by boost_cart (modified)
Kept the original cart
- The powered rail has been modified to work like in Minecraft
- Beds: the sipmle bed has been removed
- Crafting Guide to add, well, crafting guide
Added support for the "packer".
- Mobs Redo (modified)
- Mobs Animal (modified)
Made the honey block a liquid with high viscosity.
- Mobs Monster
- 3D Armor to add armors
- SkinsDB to add skin management
- Created item_info to show "weapons" damage (own script)
- The default weather (if I understand it correctly) mod is basicly just changes the coluds according to the biome (player's position). So renamed it to clouds.
- Throwing Redo mod to get bows. (modified)
- Added ts_furniture so I can sit down after all the mod customising...
- Merged the default farming with TenPlus1's Farming Redo, JBB's Aggriculture and sofar's crops.
Renamed the papyrus to reed.
Added new plants.
(My friend(s)) Drawn a "few" new textures.
Created the packer.
- Merged the default bones mod with the Bonemeal mod.
Added more plants' support for the bonemeal mod.
Added white dye craft to bonemeal.
- Created snowball to make "snow" throwable. (own script, used mobs' chicken egg as a template)
- Added fire_plus for player burning
- Vessels: empty glass's texture changed.
- Added Worldedit
Unzip the archive and place it in .. minetest/games/ GNU/Linux: If you use a system-wide installation place it in ~/.minetest/games/. For further information or help, see: https://wiki.minetest.net/Installing_Mods
Made for and tested on Minetest 5.2.0. Description
All the modifications and the tinkering is done by PetiAPocok (firstname.lastname@example.org)