Animals Plus Mod 1.10.2/1.8/1.7.10 (Ton of Different Animals)
It’s a bit odd that while the world of Minecraft can be so big, the amount of life you come across is pretty small. While it can be fun to roam around for a while, you’ll start to notice the lack of life around you and the world can feel pretty dead, even if it seemed so full of life just an hour ago. You can run around for a really long time without seeing anything alive, which tends to make the game pretty boring if you’ve been playing for a long time. Well, if you’re one of the many people who feels this way, the Animals Plus Mod for Minecraft will completely change your gaming experience.
Animals Plus Mod fills the world with a ton of different animals! With over 30 different potential animals for you to see, you won’t feel as lonely in the block world of your creation. One of the weirder parts of Minecraft is how utterly dead the oceans are, but you’ll soon see some giant creatures swimming around. Care to take a guess? Whales! It actually puts whales in the ocean! That’s pretty amazing, honestly. In each different area, you’ll meet creatures that would typically be found there, just doing, well, animal things. It’s an entirely different world with this mod, and it’s surely one you’ll be much happier playing.
- Tropical fish
- Manta ray
- Komodo dragon
How many of these creatures do you think you can find?
Known Issues for the Mod
There have been a few problems that players have noticed. It can be a bit too realistic in some areas, for example, the amount of crickets is almost ridiculous. This can lag up your game just because of how many crickets there are. If you notice this problem, you can just disable creatures if your computer is having a problem keeping up with them.
Either way, it’s a really cool idea and a pretty good execution, considering the variety it adds to the gameplay. If you’ve been wandering around alone in Minecraft for far too long, maybe it’s time to make a change for the better! Animals make the best companions!
For Minecraft 1.9/1.8.9/1.8/1.7.10 and 1.6.4
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