The name of the Craftable Animals Mod by itself is quite peculiar and would probably cause everyone to wonder what the purpose of the mod really is. Animals in Minecraft are supposed to be lively beings and, as one would assume, beings of this sort aren’t things that you can simply craft by throwing a bunch of ingredients together. However, the Craftable Animals Mod defies this logic and allows players to craft their very own animals by putting together a few simple ingredients that relate to said animals. The mod might not seem all that important to have on paper, but it can still prove itself to be quite useful in a variety of different situations if you’re willing to play around with it.
Onto the mod’s specifics, Craftable Animals adds a variety of features and tools that, as the name suggests, revolve around animals. The biggest feature of this mod is, of course, the fact that it’ll allow players to craft animals and then place them anywhere in the world. It’s important to remember that you’ll need to get your hands on the recipe book before you can actually get to the crafting and, in order to acquire the recipe book, all you have to do is kill a pig while holding a regular book in your hand.
Aside from crafting animals, the Craftable Animals Mod also allows players to create holograms of animals, apply armor to animals, wear them as helmets, alter their age and do a variety of other things. The mod supports more than a hundred different animals, and this includes all the mobs that are present in vanilla Minecraft. The mod also features special tools like the Animal Bow that can be used to place animals at a long distance or the Animal Soul that can absorb animals and restore them later whenever required. Overall, this is a very in-depth mod that we highly recommend experimenting with.
How to install Craftable Animals Mod?
- Install Minecraft Forge.
- Put the mod’s .jar file you downloaded into mods directory.
Download Link for Craftable Animals Mod
for Minecraft 1.10.2 / 1.10
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