All the mods for All the Mods 3: Lite, the newest version of the All the series, are now available for download from the official MineTweaker website. The main change with All the mods is the fact that you are now able to create stairs, which are useful when you need to get from one level to another. You can also now include more biomes in your world, like the Shrubbery biome which provides a place for plants to grow.
Another major change with All the mods for All the mods was the block rebalancing. Now there are more than 29 blocks in the game, and some of them have been completely revamped. The new biomes are biomechanical creatures, which walk, fly, and swim. There are also flying leaves and bugs that will follow you around and cause a lot of grief if you don’t watch out. These types of blocks can be placed on any surface, including cobblestone, gravel, and other normal tiles.
There are several other tweaks and bug fixes in All the mods for All the mods. For example, there is now an option in the Options menu to turn on / off cheats. There is also a block called “zerilla”, which prevents zerillas from spawning anywhere near you. If you are playing on a server, you can tell your friends that you are playing All the mods for All the mods, and they will be unable to spoil your fun until they learn about the new additions. They can still drop some useful items though.
A big feature added in All the mods was the overhaul of the GUI, which now has a cleaner look. You no longer have a bunch of buttons, but there are larger fonts which are easier to read. If you are someone who doesn’t like to read text in a window, this may be a disappointment. It doesn’t make any different from any other user interface, it just looks nice.
All the mods for All the mods make the game much more fun. You can build your own house at level one if you want to, or travel to different worlds in order to complete your quests. The game has new areas, which add new challenges and fun to playing. You can also buy new weapons and armor, or spend your hard-earned cash on them.
The only glitch I can see in All the mods for All the people who downloaded it and played the game. Occasionally, the game would freeze when you got too far into a town. This would be a bit of a problem, but I haven’t found it yet. The game runs quite well, so I don’t think it’s a critical error.