Reborn core is a well mod. It adds lots of things to the game and gives you a lot of choices on what to do next. It also comes with great features such as a crafting guide, an inventory manager, and ore/money calculator. I will go through every single aspect of this amazing mod so you can make informed decisions about it.
I love this mod. From the moment I loaded up Reborn Core, I knew I had found my solution to minecraft problems. The name for the difficulty is what you mine. If you are standing next to a block that you don’t want to mine, then you simply pick it up and put it down.
You can even pick the kind of block you want to mine. This allows you to mine a lot more different resources than with the standard game. There are also many more kinds of mobs, trees, and other objects to collect. This mod adds over one thousand blocks of things. You can mine almost two hundred types of blocks and four hundred kinds of animals. That’s a lot.
As for the part on the game, this allows you to do nearly everything without having to mine for any items. All you have to do is pick something up off the ground and drag it to your pack or storage. When you need to pick something up from a certain place, all you have to do is right click on the block and it will give you an inventory list that allows you to choose what you want to carry with you. You get hungry too? Simply pick up a raw vegetable.
A very big thing I found was that in this mod, all items are editable. You can change their names, descriptions, materials they are made of etc. This means that if you have a lot of crafting supplies and blueprints, it is easy to make a lot of stuff and sell it for a lot of profit. It also means that if you’re bored and want to spend some time mining and farming, you can.
This game has just about everything you could ever want out of a game. From the large number of blocks that are required for the world to be formed, to the easy to use tools and the great loot, Reborn Core really makes a great game. If you have yet to try it, why not give it a go?