If you can't be bothered to memorize EVERY SINGLE craft recipe you might have in your Minetest world, you should check this mod out. The Craftguide gives you a simple to use, searchable, index of all the craft recipes that can be made in your crafting grid.
The connected chests not only look cool, but they give you an extra inventory slot for FREE.
Spice up your church builds with a variety of church themed items. Stained glass, candles, alters, pews, podiums, and more. As an added bonus there are also some tombstone for the church's cemetery yard.
The Vacuum mod adds a vacuum atmosphere that will suffocate you. It also adds a pump that can be used to fill a space within the vacuum with breathable air so you can make bases in space.
The Woolen Meshes mod lets you "capture" an area of nodes, most nodes from minetest_game are supported, and then place the captured area as a single node, in a reduced size.
Cloudlands adds floating islands in the sky, in a range of biomes, with all the normal ground decorations. The only thing you won't find on these floating islands is ores, you'll have to go back down to the earth to harvest those materials.
This standalone program makes figuring out biome distribution so simple that anybody can do it. No longer will you have to create a bunch of worlds and spend a bunch of time flying around to see if the biomes are balanced, just load your biome definitions, create a new world with your selected mapgen, and see instant results in the form of a near infinite map.
Having trouble finding coal, cook up some charcoal. Be careful though, if you don't cook it right you'll just end up with a pile of ashes.
This mod, and the armor stand mod go hand in hand to provide you with the protection you need to survive against the bad players, plus they look cool, and that's the important part.
The TechPack modpack adds tubes to teleport items, machines to process items, and a whole lot more. There is much more that is possible than what I was able to cover in this video, and the wiki is a great place to go for that information.
If you've every wanted to bring the portal experience to Minetest this is the mod you need to check out. It features all of the essentials to build your very own portal style puzzle maps within Minetest. Add the Mesecons mod and you can create a host of puzzles with the included Mesecon integrations.
This mod adds colored glass, stained glass, glass lights and one way glass. One way glass is probably one of the most cool things I have seen. Hide windows in your walls and see what your neighbors are up to without them being able to see into your house.
The Sponge mod lets you remove a 9x9 cube of water with just a single node placement. Once you remove the sponge water will flow back into the area, and you can cook the sponge to dry it out and use it again.
In this video we'll be looking at the Chess mod for Minetest. All you need to do is craft a single "spawn block" and it will place the entire board and all the playing pieces. To select which color you will play as you just punch the king. You'll only be able to move the pieces of your color. The mod doesn't enforce any of the rules of chess, so the players will need to know the rules and follow them.
Spice up the underground with the Caverealms_lite mod. This mod has most all of the same features as the original Caverealms mod but has been rewritten to be less resource intense and should run with less of a demand upon the system.
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Sometimes you just want a little extra color in your worlds.
Sometimes a romantic evening can get a little out of control and you find yourself with your home on fire. If you have this mod you'll be able to quickly and easily extinguish the flames and save the day.
This mod creates a form of teleportation that is very well suited for subways and the like. It requires physical connections between the points, but teleports the player from one location to the next in only a few seconds.
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