The John Smith Legacy Modded Minecraft Mod is a modification for the game Minecraft. It changes the way you construct and develop your own base in the game. You can dig down to the lowest part of any mine and build up your farm there, and you can dig to the surface and start collecting resources there as well.
One feature in this mod that you may find intriguing is that there is actually a science behind how mining works. For example, minerals like coal do not just fall out of the sky. They are mined from the ground. What mining does to the environment is by depleting the non-renewable resources of the land and using these resources in order to produce iron and other useful materials that the game requires.
The John Smith Legacy Modded Minecraft Mod actually implements a very good design concept in that the way you choose your mining method actually has an impact on the types of resources you will collect. As an example, choosing to mine gravel will actually result in less metal than if you mine clay. The player will also need to think about what type of resource they are looking for, and then they must choose their mining method accordingly. There are also many different ways to choose between methods of mining. There are rocks that are easier to mine and ones that are more difficult to find, but which one is more efficient?
This system of deciding between strategies of mining according to the resources available also creates a nice little narrative in the game. For each stage of the game, you are given a specific amount of time in which you must gather a certain number of resources in order to move on to the next stage. There are a few special cases, however. When you mine at a sand bottom, for example, you will find that there are fewer resources to collect over time. This can create a nice little element of excitement in the game, especially when a player is stuck with limited amounts of time to do their mining.
John Smith’s Legacy Mod does a good job of making the narrative surrounding the mining mechanics very clear. Even the smaller features like telling you which resources are easy to find and which are more difficult to find can be explained in an engaging way. I also liked how the mod integrates the use of legacy points with the actual gameplay of the mod. This makes it easier to earn these points, and it also helps make it more of a fluid experience.
I also enjoyed the way that legacy points are affected by the manner in which you mine. For instance, you can spend these points to mine more quickly or harder. You can also spend these points to repair your tools, which is helpful if you run into some trouble as you work to complete the map. Overall, I think the John Smith Legacy Mod does a great job of creating a very believable world with a very open-ended gameplay. I just wish there was a way to skip between stages. That would have been helpful for me as I went through the game on a fast pace.