Top 10 Best Minecraft Mods

5. OptiFine HD_B

This mod adds HD texture support, as well as other options that improve visuals and performance. It features FPS boosts, smooth lighting, VSync, fog control, mipmaps, increased view distance, and more.

4. TooManyItems

You can never have too many items. Maintaining its #4 spot since the original list, this mod allows you to create items in-game, save and load entire inventories, create unlimited stacks and tools, and more.

3. Mo’ Creatures

As this video of the Yogscast playing this mod demonstrates, Mo’ Creatures adds more creatures to the game. Kitties, mice, rats, deer, “big cats,” “lil’ fish,” dolphins, sharks, werewolves, bears, wolves, ogres, ducks, boars, bunnies, birds, foxes, horses, and more. Dropping one spot since our first list, this mod remains a classic.

2. Single Player Commands

This mod is evergreen, rising a spot on our list. It adds dozens of commands you can enter into a singleplayer game to do such things as turn player damage on/off, set the speed at which you move, or teleport to the spawn point. The video above demonstrates many of the available commands.

1. Risugami’s Mods

There’s a reason this mod pack maintains the #1 spot on this list. It contains mods that do everything from reshape the very foundation of the world to allow you to put items on display. The included mods are:

ModLoader Beta: A mod manager that prevents conflicts with mods that alter rendering, recipes, add entities, GUI, smeltables or fuel.

Light Sensor: Adds a new craftable block that serves as a new input for redstone mechanisms. It turns on if it is hit with 12 light levels.

Elemental Arrows: Adds four new types of arrows: explosive arrows, fire arrows, ice arrows, and as as joke, egg arrows.

More Stackables: Increases your ability to stack items.

Sign Tags: Adds commands to allow you to make signs tell you the time, your location, the temperature, and more.

Death Chest: When you die, you drop a chest filled with your items.

AudioMod: A modder utility, this allows Minecraft to play audio files.

Floodgate: Allows toggleable water and lava falls.

Spawner GUI: Adds a GUI to all mob spawners that allows you to pick what mob to spawn.

Block Distortion: Adds random distortion to all 3D objects.

Griefer Creepers: Makes creepers morph into 100 arrows launched into the air to rain death upon the countryside.

Recipe Book: Displays a GUI of every recipe in the game.

Shelf: Allows you to put items on display.

Biosphere: Generates a world made up of massive spheres with glass domes.

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4 Comments on Top 10 Best Minecraft Mods


On October 29, 2011 at 8:05 am



On January 28, 2012 at 12:18 pm

how do I download one of the maps?


On January 28, 2012 at 12:19 pm


lol jrn

On May 18, 2012 at 5:57 pm