“NO MORE Pumpkin Blur 1.16.5” is the newest mod for MineCraft, and it seems that is going to be a big hit. The creator, a person that goes by the name of Kari, has made some amazing changes to the game. If you are not familiar with MineCraft, then you should know that it is a game where you have to create all kinds of things in order to survive. In order to do this, you use tools such as the spade, wheel, and hoe. If you want to make the game easier, then Kari’s mod is definitely for you.
First, she has added a new pumpkin, the Pumpkin Blur. The Pumpkin Blur will turn any block into a pumpkin, which makes the game much easier. This pumpkin has a strange shine to it, kind of like how a light bulb glows, and the light doesn’t go out either. In fact, the light just stays on, making this item very effective against enemies and also for you as the player.
Next, Kari has introduced an item called the Glow Stick. This will attach to a block, so when you are mining, you can find glow sources. It will give off light, and anything in its vicinity will light up as well. As long as there are players around, they will get a nice glow from the stick.
Another great addition to the game comes in the form of the Cube. You will need to put a lot of empty space in your game to make room for the cubes. You can put as many as you like, but beware that if you put too many, the game might crash. The cube also has a cool effect, so it makes a nice addition.
Lastly, another great addition to the game comes in the form of the Compass. The Compass will actually point to the right (downwards) or left (upwards) if you’re not sure where you are. Very helpful, especially for new players. The Compass is also useful for finding items in your game.
Overall, No More Pumpkin Blur is a fun game. It can be a little hard at points, so don’t think you can just breeze through it. It gets better as you go along. And I recommend trying both versions of the game. You might like them both.
The graphics and sound effects are very basic. They are crisp enough to make your time playing stand out. It’s not bad, but there aren’t any amazing artistic qualities to the game. That’s not a problem though. In my opinion, at least in this early version, No More Pumpkin Blur is nothing special.
The game is available for both Windows and Mac, so there should be no problems with that. There are also a few bonus modes for players to try, as well as a “test mode” to see how far you can get before getting stuck on a level. It would have been nice if there was some sort of score meter, but that’s a bit nitpicky. As it is, it’s a fairly decent game to play with. Even for a first try, I’ve come to really enjoy playing No More Pumpkin Blur. It’s one of those games that I look forward to getting into every time I log onto my computer!