NaturalRealism is a refined and highly realistic version of the classic Minecraft game. The mod was created by Jens “Breeze” Bergmann, who has been working on the project for almost two years. NaturalRealism is much more refined than its previous versions, making the game’s visuals as close to reality as you can get. This is achieved with a combination of advancements in computer programming, visual design and naturally occurring elements in the environment.
With the introduction of the Genetics module to the Natural Simulator mod, the visuals and aesthetics of the game have truly come into light. This package comes with a world map, which is divided into seven different biomes, each with their own unique background. You can travel across the world using an air balloon and travel back to your starting point. The mod also comes with an extensive resource pack that allows players to craft items for their world and fish for their fish.
If you’re looking for something that’s a bit more challenging, then themed challenges are available. There are now mushroom tunnels, which lead to a boss fight against a massive mushroom creature. For those who enjoy role-playing games with a bit more of a story line to them, there’s an adventure mode, where you start off as a hired hand and progress through the game. You’ll also find an ancient artifact, which is required for one of the optional quests. Some of the challenges require you to locate and use blocks and tools in order to progress through the world. For example, if you want to build a ramp, you need to find the right recipe first.
One of the most impressive aspects of NaturalRealism is the audio experience. For some people, the sound of a hammer hitting something hard can send chills up their spine. For those who enjoy the feel of hammers being struck, then this game provides just what you need. If you enjoy crafting and collecting tools, then the crafting element of the game is incredibly fulfilling. You can even make food for yourself by gathering different raw resources.
On the subject of crafting, this game provides you with a rich variety of recipes, allowing you to build a fully functioning home. The only limitation is your imagination, since there’s a great amount of potential gear and items in the game. You can also visit different regions of the world while on a quest to gather specific materials, including wood, iron, coal and leather. In fact, the block list in the NaturalRealism official website contains over two hundred blocks, which means that you’re almost guaranteed to find something that you would like to craft in the game.
To conclude, it’s not realistic to suggest that NaturalRealism is like that of Mojang. It’s more of a refined game, offering the kind of visuals you’d expect out of a video game. What it does do, however, is provide a very solid experience, one that will keep most people playing well after they’ve gotten used to the idea. If you’ve never played something like NaturalRealism before, then I highly recommend trying it out. A refined experience, coupled with great visuals and an addictive gameplay loop, definitely makes NaturalRealism a very good choice for a game that anyone who likes to imagine themselves in a role-playing setting should play.