The fifth installment of the Minecraft gaming experience, Direwolf20 Lets Play Season 10 1.16.5 is now available! If you missed out on the previous installment, fear not. It is quite possible that you missed it. There’s a good chance I’ll be playing it shortly though.
I remember when I first played the original version of MineCraft a while back. It was probably one of my first “mma” games. I won’t go into detail about the actual content of the game, as it’s been covered many times by now.
I had no idea what type of blocks were used in the game, and very soon became confused when attempting to build anything with any kind of assistance. To top it off, the game crashed every few minutes. It was a bit of a pain and definitely caused me to avoid playing the game for awhile. That was my mistake.
I stumbled upon a video discussing a “Direwolf20 Minecraft Mod”. It was created by a person called “ivan”, who goes by the name Wolfman. I’ve never heard of him before. So I quickly downloaded his mod and opened up the door to see what all the hype was about. It was pretty impressive.
I started to explore what kind of things can be done in the game using the Direwolf20 Lets Play Season 10 Minecraft Mod. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised at what I discovered. I’ll give some of the examples below. You will need to be aware of the fact that I’m using the “mod” version of the game, which has not been optimized for proper performance on the “official” MineCraft client.
The “Direwolf20 Minecraft Mod” allows players to construct their own houses in three basic styles: an igloo, a cabin and a greenhouse. Also included are several different styles of furniture, blocks and accessories. This is the one mod I have personally found that adds so much to the overall experience. If you want to add something cool to your mod, I highly recommend giving Direwolf20 Lets Play Season 10.
Another great thing with this game is that it is fully mod config. That means that whatever you set in the game, it will be exactly the way you want it to be. For example, you can choose what kind of mob you fight, where you go after it and what kind of things you gather from the mobs you kill. It’s a great setting for someone who wants more involved in gaming but doesn’t really want to change too much of what is already set up.
One other thing I really like about the mod is that it actually allows you to disable the Enderman when you aren’t playing. It’s a nice feature because it enables you to truly feel like you are part of the game. However, I have not tested it out yet but it does make the game a bit more challenging if you want to play without the Enderman.
Overall, I’m very happy with the Direwolf20 Lets Play Season 10. It’s been a while since I’ve played a mod like this and it has made a huge difference in my game. I’ve gotten more involved in the game without having to worry about going back and doing all of the same things again. It’s just more fun to be able to do more things when you’re not doing them. That’s the only reason why I haven’t deleted my copy of the mod already.