The New Natura Minecraft Mod is a revamp of the original game. In the vanilla game, you always build directly from scratch, while using a limited number of tools. With the mod, you can create and modify almost all blocks, items and structures. It also adds several new recipes and foods, as well as several new mobs and creatures to the game. Here are some of the main highlights of this mod.
One of the most important additions is the ability to cook using any modern stove. This means that you can easily prepare meals on your farm, providing you have the required raw materials and energy to do so. This is especially helpful when you are on a farming mission and you need to cook up some food to sell. You can use an old-fashioned fitch wench to do the cooking, which can be found anywhere in vanilla, or simply by picking up a recipe book.
Another added feature is the fact that you can now farm mushrooms instead of just eating them naturally. You can plant them on your farm or you can place them on a mushroom patch. Once they grow, they will drop seeds which you can use in creating a mushroom farm. However, you cannot pick the mushrooms from the blocks they are placed on.
There is also a block that you can place near a water source such as a pond or a river. If you are familiar with using piston-based block machines, then you will know that these blocks are simply modified versions of the hopper block, but with a much faster speed. By placing one of these blocks below the water source, you can harvest all the fish from that specific area every time it rains. This way, you won’t have to hover over the water continuously, which can be frustrating if you want to collect fish without having to move your other boats.
As you might know by now, the mod also enables you to edit your world map. By using the command block on the bottom of your screen, you can add or remove crops, change the type of stone used for doors and windows, and even change the color scheme of the world map. You can do these by clicking on the ‘edit’ tab. Then, you can save your changes by using the ‘restore’ tab.
The Natura Forgecraft Mod actually enables you to build almost everything you can imagine. So far, I haven’t found any blocks that are not yet available in the mod. In the future, I am sure that I will find them. If I didn’t find the mod enjoyable after playing for a few days, I’m sure I will find something that I will love.