This mod allow us to create new "dimensions", but i prefer to see they as "planets". Allows a big configuration, we can add "ores" in the ground, grass, dirt, sand, water or stone, only selecting the probabilities or other options. And with the min_heat and max_heat configs we can simulate "biomes".
-PLS put more animals in the game(pandas,fox,bees)
-put a new ore(not necessary netherite
-update villagers and put raids(ravager and illager)
-put crossbow and trident in the game
-make shulker box alble to stcik at walls
and thats all i had in mind thx :)
Most stable and best maintained game for the Minetest engine
The only bad thing is that it will get boring very soon.
Some animals, rain and snow and also some more enviroment sounds (crickets in the night, wind, birds, water dripping in caves or something) would gain the immersion and the motivation to play longer.
Give it a try for yourself and ignore the negative votes here!
For advanced mtg players, but still new to minetest players, I recommend to add some mods that do the things I wrote about.
Three types of shelfs: two with the size of a full node, one of them with 4 slots the other with 6, three of the half size of a node, vertically split one of them with 4 slots the other with 6 and the third has 6 slots two and an open backsite.
Texture is for all shelf default:wood of minetest_game.
My style of building makes heavy use of converting pregenerated structures into something that fits my needs. I rarely build something by hand. this mod helps out a ton by providing a base I can use to create my projects. (Also mossy cobble just creeps me out)
it is great, the items work great, but i do have a question is there any mod that i have to get? because i can't seem to find the minigun anywhere in the inventory pages, i even tried searching for it with all the "optional dependences" installed, thanks!
EDIT: i would also recomend adding some semi-automatic rifles EHEM (M1 Garand) EHEM
I only discovered it a couple days ago and it's already one of my favourite texture packs!
Especially when looking for a more performance-friendly texture pack with 16px textures, I can give this an outstanding recommendation.
Albeit with some problems, this game is already pretty polished
Despite still having some issues undergoing development (please report bugs, devs can't test em' all), the core gameplay loop is enough to have fun with casual survival. The 0.72 release should further polish some of the existing mechanics.
For more technical players with redstone obsession, then i must warn you that the redstone system is currently borrowed from mesecons as of this review. What this mean is that you'll have to throw away some redstone knowledge from m*necraft either because of incomplete redstone implementation or not implementing redstone bugs (don't expect broken stuff like TNT duping haha). On the other hand, the redstone system is quite fun to mess around, and indeed prove to be useful to create farms and utilities. To get started, i recommend you try to relearn how everything works while keeping in mind how m*necraft's redstone work.
EDIT: Whenever 0.72 releases, i will create a more comprehensive review.
The frames get choppy most of the time, and you dig in mud thats it there is no actual reason for you to get the minerals sinse they have no use, i would preffer playing vanilla Minetest than downloading this mod, i know that there was some ammount of effort put into this mod, but it just isn't good enough.