The modification calling for a tornado in the "Maincrafter"
"Maynkraft" is, it would seem, banala game in which there is no beautiful graphics, spectacular battles, as well as a mind-boggling storyline that would keep in delighted suspense until the very end. But, despite all this, the game has collected hundreds of thousands of fans around the world and continues to win new fans. The genre of the sandbox allows you to relax and rest during the game process. But the main thing is that the game still has a certain zest, which attracts gamers to it. In this article, we'll look at what a tornado is in a "Maincrafter".
If you are tired of just beating with your enemies,traveling through the locations of this sandbox, to the aid will come numerous modifications. It can be fashion for food, energy, armor, decorations, new maps, farming, resources and even new mobs that can be hostile to the player or neutral.
There is also a modification calling for a tornado in the Maynkraft. What is this supplement? Let's consider its possibilities more in detail.
Tornado in the "Maincrafter"
Nature Reborn is a mod that adds to the gamenatural disasters. Bored with the passage of the standard sandbox? Use this modification. And you will find out that a crowd of furious zombies is nothing compared to the elements. The huge destructive tornadoes in the "Maincrafter" will suck in the funnel all in its path. However, the mode of natural disasters is not limited to one tornado. Volcanoes that erupt lava are also activated. Geysers can flood everything around with water, destroying huge areas. In addition, your character (and not only him) can shake from earthquakes. But if this does not frighten you, then what will you do during the fall of this meteorite?
If you are not afraid to challenge the elements,At the risk of losing everything that was achieved in the game, install the add-on Nature Reborn. Fight with the most terrible enemy - earthquakes, running lava, flying meteorites, water, flooding everything around, and sweeping away all the tornadoes in its path.
In the "Maincraft" there are two ways to install the modifications:
- Just move the required archive to the mods folder.
- Alternatively, you can transfer it to the minecraft.jar file, in most cases this is how you set up the application interface.
So, we figured out what kind ofrepresents a tornado in the "Maincrafter".