Biomes O’ Plenty Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2/1.10.2
Biomes O’ Plenty Mod Minecraft add a flurry of new biomes that simply complements the game. These are possibly the biggest Minecraft mods that have been added to the game till date. Some of the already existing biomes are used to create the textures of the latest features. This essentially indicates that not all content is new, but the latest mod in the gaming scenario is certainly something never seen before.
The Biomes O’ Plenty Mod 1.11.2 feature bogs, bayous, brushlands, and many more new biomes for players to explore. The crag biomes and cherry forests are some of the most updated features that support a lot of custom designed content, but very little of Minecraft. The new areas introduced by this mod also have custom spawns too. This is the reason why you will notice many new monsters that you aren’t used to seeing in other gaming scenarios. Many games do not sport such monster feature and is a new inclusion to the game. The never-before-seen feature has already created a buzz among players of the popular game worldwide.
For the Minecraft upgrade, please check out the latest Biomes O’ Plenty Mod. The mushrooms have been readded; also bamboos have been readded. Bbrowner added smoldering grass and spectral moss. The new additions have surely provided uplift to the existing game. Players have been able to keep on the hype surrounding this game and the recent additions surely speak for it. The installation is easy and can be performed in few steps.
The mod also adds some new world types…
- Small Biomes: Basically the opposite of the Large Biomes world type.
- No Parasite: Doesn’t generate the Parasitic Heap biome, for those who don’t want it.
- Realistic: Only generates realistic biomes.
- Fantasy: Only generates fantasy biomes.
- Missing Biomes: Vanilla biomes + 5 biomes that were in previous versions of Minecraft, and 2 meant to represent the taiga and swamp from Beta 1.8: Rainforest, Savanna, Seasonal Forest, Shrubland, Tundra, Boreal Forest, and Lush Swamp
- Seasonal: Will be changed for the current real-life season (For the Eastern United States at least, as that’s where I live).
- Holiday: Will be changed for the current United States holiday season (Halloween, Christmas, etc.)
Tall, snowy mountains that touch the clouds, with spruce trees on the summit.
A snowy forest with tall fir trees.
A barren wasteland of hills covered in sandstone and hard sand, with patches of dried dirt, and frequent clay deposits.
Tall bamboo trees overlook a flat, vibrant land with shrubs, bushes, and ferns.
Overcast skies overlook a lush swampy area with tall cypress trees, and dead trees in the murky water.
Peaceful forest covered in only birch tress and clover.
Deep, murky Bog covered in mud, with thick trees looming over. Slimes can also be found above ground in the Bog.
A thick, temperate forest with birch, oak, and spruce trees.
Hills and valleys composed of hard dirt, with trees and shrubs waiting at the top.
A hilly landscape with pockets of exposed stone, small shrubs, and bushes.
Cherry Blossom Grove
Pink and white cherry trees overlook a forest of pale green grass, anenomes, tulips, and clover.
Tall fir trees cover a somewhat hilly region of tall and short grass, as well as toadstools. Sections of less dense forest can be found within the biome as well.
Rough mountains with jagged peaks, deep, dark waters, and a dark, teal sky above.
A relatively empty forest with dead and dying trees.
Smokey ash, smoldering grass, fire, dead trees, red-as-blood water, deep sinkholes, and the occasional group of Creepers can be found in the Deadlands.
A low-lying swamp with dead trees, dark blue waters, and mud.
A thick forest with tall trees and shrubs.
A dry forest of red and brown colors. Inspired by an old glitch I had happen once in Beta 1.7.3.
Steep, rolling hills of sand, with patches of dune grass, and a dusty sky above.
A dying, swampy forest with mud, cattails, toadstools, and other swampy goodness.
A temperate field with sparse trees, but lots of tall grass.
A frozen forest covered in frost, with snowy skies above.
A very lush forest with trees, giant mushrooms, slimy water, and mooshrooms.
Lush fields of assorted flowers, grasses, and giant flowers. A native mob to the Garden, Rosesters, can also be found here.
Snow and hard ice make up the Glacier biome.
Rolling hills of green grass with lots of sugar cane and ponds. Meant to represent the old Swamps from Beta 1.7.3 and below (When they didn’t really look like swamps).
A flat forest with shrubs and bushes.
A somewhat flat landscape with lots of shrubs, wildflowers, and dry grass.
Thick grassy hills and cliffs.
A flat, barren wasteland of ice.
Thick, snowy hills with magical ice trees under a snowy sky.
The winning biome from the 100 Page Celebration contest. Jagged cliffs with shrubs along the sides, and pine trees at the summit, .
A lush, red rock desert with Acacia trees, shrubs, wildflowers, and pockets of sand and grass scattered around.
Meant to represent the original Swamplands biome in Beta 1.8, without any dark grass/foliage/water shading, and the addition of cattails, and a few taller trees than before.
An aquatic forest with thick, deep-rooted mangrove trees.
A hilly, peaceful woodland with red maple trees, and the occasional spruce tree.
Sections of scattered grass, tall grass, high grass, and water make up the Marsh.
Spruce trees and bushes cover a hilly area with sections of forest spread out among it.
A red rock mountain land with desert grass, and a sandy, orange sky.
Fields at a high elevation with lots of puddles and mud, under a dreary sky.
A hilly forest of drab grass with oak and spruce trees.
A magical land of tall trees, blue grass, and glowing flowers. Journey through the forest of magic trees under a mystical pink sky.
Palm trees and ponds with grass surrounding them make up the Oasis.
A creepy, dark forest with dark trees, deathblooms, dark purple grass and foliage, and a dark, ominous sky. Bats can be found flying around in the Ominous Woods as well.
Summer is here in a forest with bright yellow-green grass, anenomes, clovers, roses, and dandelions. Trees in the Orchard can grow with leaves that have a very high chance of dropping apples.
A lush area made to resemble Minecraft before biomes were actually added, with bright green trees, vibrant grass, and a clear blue sky.
Patches of grass mixed in with hard sand, covered in small shrubs.
A relatively flat field of barley.
A lush field with an assortment of grasses, anenomes, and a few trees here and there.
The Promised Land only appears in its separate dimension. A new Amethyst Ore, Holy Trees, and more!
To get to the Promised Land, you must crafted an Ancient Staff (Crafting Recipe listed further down the page). When you use it, a portal will appear at 0, 32, 0 in the overworld. You must dig down to the End Stone barrier the portal is in, and go into the portal.
A barren pit of mud with patches of grass and frequent dead trees, with muddy water and overcast skies above.
A lush, dense land with tons of oak and birch trees covering a very hilly terrain. Ocelots can be found running around in the Rainforest as well.
Huge redwood trees overlook a hilly landscape of shrubs and ferns.
Bright blue skies overlook a hilly region overgrown with shrubs, with lots of flowing water springs.
A flat, dry land with acacia trees, tall and short grass, shrubs, wildflowers, and the occasional clover.
A dying grassland with shrubs, bushes, and other foliage.
Autumn colors in a mixed forest of oak and birch trees.
A flat grassland with sparse shrubs, bushes, and short grass.
Based off of the Canadian Shield, the Shield biome has spruce trees, exposed stone, gravel lining the shores, and lots of lakes.
Basically just a snowy version of the Dead Forest, but with more dead trees, and less dying/spruce trees.
Meant to represent the snowless Taiga from Beta 1.8, but with more tall grass, slightly taller trees, and sprouts.
Dead grass covers a flat landscape with patches of sand.
A mix between a forest and marsh, with tall, decaying trees, shrubs, dark green grass, and mud.
Tall trees, often covered in moss, as well as willow trees loom over the hills of shrubs and fern below.
A thick, overgrown forest with shrubs and thorns, which hurt you if you walk into them.
Dense broadleaf trees covering a relatively flat Tropical Rainforest with orange daisies and lots of Ocelots. The occasional melon can also be found in the Tropical Rainforest, along with sections of high grass.
A tropical paradise of palm trees, orange daisies, and clear blue skies.
A flat snowy land with lots of icy ponds and lakes, and the ocassional dry hill.
A smoke filled sky is casted over a volcanic land of dark, ashy stone with flowing lava and pockets of ash.
Dried dirt and dead grass cover a flat, barren land with toxic water and hazy skies.
A lively, swamp-like area with willow trees, spruce trees, ferns, cat tails, and swampflowers. Mud can often be found bordering the land.
A dry forest made up of only oak trees, as well as fallen logs.
- Mud Tools: Same as normal tools, but with mud balls in place of ore. Sticks are still used.
- Mud Armor: Same as normal armor, but with mud balls in place of ore.
- Amethyst Tools: Same as normal tools, using amethyst for the ore, and iron ingots in place of sticks.
- Amethyst Armor: Same as normal armor, using amethyst for the ore.
- Wood: The custom logs and planks in this mod can be crafted into anything that vanilla logs/planks can, from doors, to stairs, to jukeboxes. They can also be used as fuel.
- Red Rock Cobble/Red Rock Bricks/Skystone Cobble/Skystone Brick/Mud Bricks: Red Rock Cobble/Bricks, Skystone Cobble/Bricks and Mud Bricks can be crafted into stairs and slabs like other materials.
- Mystery Music Disc: We don’t want to give the exact crafting recipe, but it involves the normal Biomes O’ Plenty music disc, and another material added by the mod.
3 ores (Replace diamonds with whatever ore), 2 sticks (Or iron ingots for Amethyst scythe)
1 Ancient Staff Topper, 1 Ancient Staff Pole, 1 Ancient Staff Handle
Ancient Staff Topper:
1 Nether Star, 1 Ruby, 1 Topaz, 4 End Stone
Ancient Staff Pole:
1 Peridot, 1 Apatite, 7 End Stone
Ancient Staff Handle:
1 Sapphire, 1 Tanzanite, 5 End Stone
5 Large Bone Segments, 4 Obsidian
5 Celestial Crystals, 4 Celestial Crystal Shards
4 Soulsand, 2 Blaze Powder, 2 Ghast Tears, 1 Wither Skull
1 Glass, 1 Ghast Tear, 1 Blaze Rod
Ghastly Soul Manipulator:
2 Soulsand, 2 Ghastly Souls, 2 Ghast Tears, 2 Blaze Powder, 1 Soul Manipulator
4 Celestial Lens, 4 Blaze Powder, 1 Ghastly Soul
4 Eyes of Ender, 4 Obsidian, 1 Amethyst Block
1 Apple, 1 Melon Slice, 1 Berry, 1 Bowl
1 Potato, 1 Wild Carrot, 1 Carrot, 1 Bowl
1 Toadstool, 1 Blue Milk Cap, 1 Portobello, 1 Bowl
1 Thorn, 1 Reed, 1 Feather
1 Poison, 1 Dart
Dull Flower Band:
Plain Flower Band:
4 Clover, 4 Daisies
Lush Flower Band:
4 Clover, 2 Daisies, 2 Violets
Exotic Flower Band:
2 Clover, 2 Daisies, 2 Violets, 2 Tulips
8 Moss, 1 Cobblestone
Mossy Stone Brick:
8 Moss, 1 Stone Brick
4 Mud Balls
Mud Bricks (Block):
4 Mud Bricks
Red Rock Bricks:
4 Red Rocks
4 Piles of Ashes
4 Celestial Crystal Shards
1 Poison Ivy
Light Gray Dye:
1 Pile of Ashes
Light Blue Dye:
1 Blue Milk Cap
9 Piles of Ashes
1 Mud Ball
1 Red Rock Cobblestone
How to install:
- Download Minecraft Forge 1.12.2
- Right click, Run as Administrator and press OK to install Forge. (You can skip this step if you’ve installed Minecraft Forge)
- Open Start on desktop => Open Run (Or you can use the Windows +R keyboard shortcut)
- Type %appdata% into Run and press enter
- Go to folder /.minecraft/mods
- Put the jar file of mod into mods folder and then run Minecraft. Done!
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