The latest release of Minecraft Modding – Life In The Village 2 is a modification pack that mainly focuses on realism. This game takes the concept of ‘Minecraft’ and makes it more realistic, while at the same time making the game much more addictive. This modpack also adds new features to the game that makes it so much better than the old version. Here are some of the best features of this mod.
Firstly, the villages that appear in the game now have realistic lighting. This means that there are various lights that are on in every settlement. This is something that many people don’t really realise about the game until they actually see the villages in-game. It adds a lot to the game and makes the game much more alive looking.
Secondly, you can build almost anything in this game. You can create houses, farms, shops and even factories. You can find recipes for these in the vanilla game as well, but with the Life In The Village Mod you can create them on your own for added realism. There are also workshops that you can build at a variety of different locations. These will not necessarily be used by the villagers, but it is nice to see them there anyway.
The game also includes a new type of block. There is a new type called cobblestone that can be crafted from cobblestones. They look like the regular cobblestone, but they are slightly more rare. As you collect the cobblestone more, you can turn them into the regular cobblestone. Once you have them, you can place them on the ground to create the road effect in-game. This helps make the game much more interesting and fun.
There are also new creatures in the game. You can now tame sharks, benders, and bats. All of these creatures will help in your quests and help make your overall experience in-game much more enjoyable.
You do need to have an internet connection to play Life in the Village Mod. It is highly recommended though that you have a high speed connection if you plan on playing this game online. The modpack requires around 1 GB of space and this game typically requires around 5 – 6 GB of space to be downloaded. Once you install the mod, it should start loading up shortly after you download it. Enjoy!