Mo’ Creatures Mod for Minecraft 1.7.1 and 1.7.2. Minecraft began without mobs, however, it was only a matter of time before they were implemented. Both hostile and stock animals were created. Both genre’s had few purposes, mainly those for food and experience. Up until this point the only mobs/animals that have been Implemented Into the game are hostiles, including the mighty wither boss. Realistically, there are many more animals that roam the wilderness. It may be that Mojang are lazy when introducing mobs, or they simply think it unnecasary. If more animals could be added into the game, it would make your world a whole lot more interesting, unique, and hostile.
The Mo’ Creatures Mod for Minecraft 1.7.1 and 1.7.2, introduces a huge variety of different hostile, and passive mobs into the game. All of which server different purposes. This mod is extremely unique, simply making minecraft a more realistic game. A more, dangerous game.
Mo’ Creatures Mod for Minecraft 1.7.1 and 1.7.2 Main Features
This mod introduces a wide variety of features that stray aside from the mods main purpose. Using the mocreatures mod you can tame, ride, pet, and farm a huge variety of animals. However, any modder that could take advantage of mobs would almost certainly alter even just 1 feature of a creeper. Instead of doing this, the creator of mocreatures simply made more, dangerous and doubly terrifying creepers that roam day, and night.
Mocreatures trys to implement its features to the game without making the game to silly, or childish. Like I said before, it makes the game more realistic. All newly added mobs can be toggled on and off to your likings. This feature is an easy to use menu option the mod introduces automatically to your game. The different mobs this mod introduces are:
- Manta Rays
- Jelly Fish
All of the listed mobs will fill your world, both day and night. All of which that have their own custom drops and items that you can use to craft new foods, materials and blocks that will aid you to succession with this amazing mod. Adventuring in minecraft is a huge aspect of default gameplay when enjoying minecraft. The develeoper of this mod must have seriously taken this thought into consideration when designing and producing this amazing piece of work. Walking through your world has never been this interesting, fun, and lively without the Mocreatures mod. This mod is extremely easy to use, simply install the mod, and your set to go. Be careful though, mobs can be dangerous and it is advised you stay away from the dangerous types. Usually their looks can give them away so keep your eyes peeled.
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The mocreatures mod introduces a huge variety of mobs. A lot of the mobs will make your life hell, and others will aid you in your quest for survival. Players have their own opinion on things and when it comes to a complicated mod like the mocreatures mod; there should really be something the players can easily use to customise the mods features. Its unlikely that complex mod add a customisation gui section for the mod. Its not that the creator has been lazy. Not all mods need them, but mods are made for the entertainment of the players.
The mocreatures mod introduces a new menu options which allows you to edit what mobs can spawn, and which ones can’t. The feature also allows you to toggle different mobs spawn rates. Almost everything can be customised according to the players likings. This feature is great for players who are simply looking for an admirable experience in the wilderness of their world, or even for players seeking a Hardcore experience!
Mo’ Creatures Mod Version 5.2.5 for Minecraft 1.7.1 and 1.7.2 Changelogs
Added raccoons, ants, silver skeletons, mini golems and more fish.
How to Download and Install Mo’ Creatures Mod for Minecraft 1.7.1 and 1.7.2
- Download and Install Minecraft Forge
- Run Minecraft Launcher and select Forge Profile
- Go to Start Menu and Run %appdata%/.minecraft
- Put the Mo’ Creatures Mod file without extracting it into the mods folder
- Launch Minecraft with the Forge Profile