Some Minecraft mods focus on giving the player brand new content and things they would otherwise never see in Minecraft. Like the Craft++ Mod for Minecraft, others don’t provide any broken new items or otherwise drastically change the way Minecraft is played. Instead, they give players items, and features that most community believes should already be part of the vanilla Minecraft experience. For example, this mod lets players craft dynamite, a throwable version of TNT; how many times have you been playing and wished you didn’t need to be up close or make a Redstone circuit for TNT?
Other items introduced by the Craft++ mod are primarily meant to help save space and make storage less of a hassle. The flint block is mainly a storage item, combining nine flints into one block and allowing you to hold much more flint in a given container. The same can be said for the block of sugar, which also falls into empty spaces like sand and gravel. Also, if you’ve ever wondered why there is no block of charcoal to complement the block of coal, you aren’t alone – this mod fixes this glaring problem by introducing a particular block for storing charcoal.
How to Install Craft++ Mod
- Make sure you have installed a version of Forge.
- Download the mod and put the .jar file in the following location:
%appdata%\.minecraft\modsfor Windows users
~/.minecraft/modsfor Linux users
~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/modsfor Mac OS X users
- Run the game and have fun!