The Aether II Guide – Dungeons

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 4.7/5 (13 votes cast)
aether2-dungeons-thumb

Welcome back to our Aether II guide. In this final part of the guide we take a look at the hardcore meat of The Aether II mod – the dungeons. While the first Aether mod had 3 different dungeon types, Aether II currently only has the one, though very complex and huge. Take a closer look…

Continue reading →

The Aether II Guide – Equipment

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 4.0/5 (5 votes cast)
aether2-equipment-thumb

Welcome back to our guide, Aether fans! This time we take a look at the equipment this fantastic mod adds. There are four new equipment types in the mod: rings, pendants, gloves and capes. For more on each, read on…

Continue reading →

Minecraft – The Horse Update (1.6) has been released!

minecraft16-thumb

After a long wait and lots of snapshots Minecraft has been updated to 1.6, The Horse Update. As you might tell by the name, this update focuses on a new mod – the horse. There’s tons of stuff added with this update, both related and unrelated to horses. From horse armor to colored clay and even a new launcher, read on for the details…

Continue reading →

The Aether II Guide – Terrain

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 4.2/5 (22 votes cast)
aether2-terrain-thumb

The Aether is dangerous and you should not go alone. Take this edition of the guide with you! This time we cover the terrain in this exciting new dimension, and there is a lot to cover with a mod this size. Find out what those colorful clouds do, what properties the new ores have and more…

Continue reading →

The Aether II Guide – Mobs

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 4.4/5 (20 votes cast)
aether2-mobs-thumb

As you continue your adventure in the Aether II, you will encounter new animals, friendly and hostile, big and small. In this part of your Aether II Guide we take a look at all the new mobs the mod adds and how to fight them. Read on for the almanac…

Continue reading →

The Aether II Guide – Getting Started

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 4.5/5 (25 votes cast)
aether2-start-thumb

Now that The Aether II mod is finally out (though in alpha capacity), it’s time for our comprehensive guide on what to expect playing it. The guide is split into parts, the first one being “Getting Started”, which is what you are reading right now. Read on to learn how to download and install the mod, get to the Aether and prepare to take on your first dungeon…

Continue reading →

The Long Wait is Over – The Aether II Alpha releases for 1.5.1

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 4.8/5 (33 votes cast)
aether2-alpha-now

The moment you’ve all been waiting for is finally here! After months of teases, update videos and concept art, The Aether team led by Kingbogdz has released an alpha version of their Aether II mod. The mod includes a new dungeon system with party support, new mobs, items, blocks and much, much more, a lot of which will be covered in our upcoming Aether II guide! Read on for the download…

Continue reading →

The Herbology Mod – grow, pick and combine herbs

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 4.1/5 (11 votes cast)
herbology-thumb

Sometimes you don’t want to fight monsters and explore caves. Sometimes, you just want to hang out on the surface and grow your crops and breed your cattle. Modder CaptainFord means to improve on that aspect of Minecraft with the Herbology Mod which adds all kinds of new flora in Minecraft that you can grow yourself, then mix several herbs into medical herbs that give buffs like potions. Read on for the details.

Continue reading →

Snapshot News – New sounds, An Attribute System and Resource Packs!

snapshot-resource-thumb

It’s time for another round of snapshot news. Mojang has been busy with Minecraft the last couple of weeks so along with the usual patch of bugfixes we have a couple of new additions. Villagers and horses now have sounds (thanks, C418!) and we mark the beginning of two new very important systems – an attribute system and a resource pack system that will soon replace texture packs and is a step towards the long-awaited Mod API! Read on for the details, it is fascinating stuff…

Continue reading →