Just Enough Items is a mod for minecraft which adds many different things to the game. Most players will simply walk up to the furnishing and pick them up, but this mod has changed that. Now when you go to pick up an item, it will always drop one, or two, depending on the type of item that you are picking up. This makes it more convenient for people, because they do not have to pick up all the inventory items when they need them. This can be very useful in PvP situations where you don’t want to have to hold onto all your inventory items, but you need one for something. Just Enough Items will also allow you to stack up on supplies, as you won’t be penalized for overstacking.
Another great thing about Just Enough Items is that it makes the game more realistic. It makes items drop based on what they would normally drop, instead of randomly dropping them. There are many recipes that can be made using just the right type of items that will make farming easier. It also means that you can earn more money from gathering resources, rather than spending all your time on gathering and then selling the resources. You can also invest in some of the better tools, like a pickax, so that you get more mining time.
However, not everything that you collect can be sold in the market. Sometimes you just need to gather these items on your own. You can build huts around your map that act as just sufficient storage for these items. These huts act like little chests, and when you are collecting items, simply walk into the hut and you will have what you need.
Just Enough Items does not end once the player leaves the server. It continues to grow as the player stays on the game. If a player leaves, their profile will still display their inventory, meaning that new players can keep track of what they have, without having to keep track of it on their own. This keeps the game interesting, because players always have something to fight for.
I myself have been playing minecraft for over two months now. I started off using the older version before moving onto the new, which is the 1.5. As I mentioned before, I had to learn the ins and outs of the game, but after learning how to build huts, mine carts and more, I feel that I have been successful. I have not really ventured into crafting, as I prefer to mine, but I do enjoy buying rare items and selling them on the auction house.
The hardest part of the game for me has been the beginning. I had a hard time getting used to the controls and such, but I know that with enough time and practice, I will get there. Right now, my main focus is on just getting a grip on the basics. As I said above, the official support forums are great for people who have any problems or questions. Also, there are many players submitted videos that can be very helpful, especially when trying to figure out how to get past some of the more difficult challenges. With a little bit of work and patience, minecraft should become one of the most enjoyable gaming experiences on the market.