How to install a mod on Minecraft?

How to install a mod on Minecraft?

How to install a mod on Minecraft?

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Minecraft is a sandbox beloved by millions, which is beautiful in itself. But if you want to make it even better, it’s time to learn how to install mods! With them, you can not only upgrade graphics, add new materials, but even learn how to code. We will talk about how to modify Minecraft correctly so as not to break anything in this article.

Why mods are needed in Minecraft

Minecraft is a popular game that has won the recognition of gamers around the world. There are no limits and rules, only the imagination of the player and complete freedom of choice! You can create entire cities or destroy monsters, travel to other dimensions or extract valuable resources. You can try this and much more in the Minecraft game!

To make it even more interesting and add features, developers around the world have created many modifications that complement and change the original game. Today there are so many of them that every novice player has at least once wondered “How to install a mod on Minecraft?” and we’ll talk about this in the following sections.

Step #1. Download mods

Before we learn how to install mods, we need to understand how and where to download them. There are many resources that will help with this. Here, for example, are a few safe:;

On the website, modifications are divided by versions and themes. It is important that the mod version matches the Minecraft version.

The Minecraft version can be viewed in the main menu, in the lower left corner of the screen.

How to download the mod

After you have found the right mod, open and study the post with its description. There you will find a lot of useful things, for example, specifications, screenshots and installation guide. When you decide whether you want to download the mod, select the desired version and start downloading.

When the download is finished, a file will appear on the computer, which will need to be moved to the mods folder. But in order for this folder to appear, we will need auxiliary programs.

To properly install the mod for the previously installed Minecraft, you need to download the loader. This is the very auxiliary program that helps to load the mod into the game. There are many similar programs, for example Forge, Fabric, LiteLoader, etc. What kind of loader you need to use is usually indicated in the description of the mod. Now the most popular assistant for installation can be called Forge. That’s what we will download.

Step #2. Installing Java and Forge

Stable operation of Forge is provided by Java, so you need to download this program. Go to the official Java website and download the current version.

After installing Java, we continue installing the Minecraft mod. Now we need a mod loader. Many pirate game launchers already have it, but since we are installing a mod for a Minecraft license, you need to download Forge separately. Click on the link to the Forge website and select the desired version of Minecraft. Then click the Installer button and download the Forge installer.

Next, in the window that appears, select Install client and specify our Minecraft account. Now that all the necessary programs have been downloaded, it’s time to figure out how to install the Minecraft mod on your computer.

Assets for Unity


How often do you face the desire to create your own game — a world in which everything will be according to your rules — but you lack skills in 3D modeling, drawing or writing code? Ready-made assets will come to the rescue. From this article you will learn what assets are in Unity, what they are and where to find them.

First of all, let’s figure out what assets are.

Assets are components that represent a ready—made solution created by you or other people. It can be graphics, models, sounds, scripts or plugins. However, the latter can be placed in a separate category (Plug-ins or Tools). Assets also allow you to assemble a prototype of your game in a short time.

Types of assets

The following assets exist in Unity:

3D assets;

2D assets;

audio — music, sound effects;

VFX — Visual effects;




Let’s get to know each species better.

3D Models

Three—dimensional models: vegetation, buildings, objects of the environment, characters, and the like – all this refers to 3D models.

Agree: building your game world out of gray cubes is boring enough (although in fact this is what they do when creating prototypes — this process is called Block Out). To fill our world with beauty, we think about what setting our game will be in, we look for suitable references, and we search for models based on them. It remains to purchase an asset, download and start creating.


If you are creating a game in 2D, then you will definitely need the appropriate assets. This group includes hand—drawn characters, the environment – in general, everything is the same as in 3D, only without one D. By the way, game objects in 2D space are called sprites.

2D is also the textures and materials that surround you in each game and are responsible for the appearance of 3D models.

This includes interface elements: buttons, HUD, information icons, etc.


Sound is perhaps the most important component in the game, because it is the music that sets the atmosphere. Therefore, it is important to choose the right soundtrack, as well as sound effects: for example, the sound of footsteps, explosions, shots.


Visual effects: explosions, smoke, fire, lightning and all sorts of magical stuff — all this is VFX.


The game has a dance floor, and the character is standing on it in the T position? Disorder! Animation will help teach him to dance.


Imagine that you really want to create your own shooter, but you don’t know how to program at all, and you don’t plan to study — you want to create. Here a template will come to the rescue: a ready-made prototype, on the basis of which you can create your own project. Find a shooter template that has already worked out weapons, character control, enemies — and build your own interesting levels.


Programs don’t always have everything we need, but plugins solve this problem. A plugin is a module that is dynamically connected to the main program and designed to expand its capabilities. For example, using the Bolt plugin, a person who is not familiar with programming can make their own game on Unity.

Bolt provides full-fledged visual programming in Unity and allows artists, designers and programmers to create game mechanics and interactive systems without writing a single line of code.

And this is just one example — and there are a lot of plugins for Unity!

We learned a little about each type of asset, now it remains to find out where they come from. Ready-made solutions can be found on the Internet, or you can create assets yourself. Let’s start with the first option.

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