The Cyclic mod is an excellent mod that basically adds a bunch of items into Minecraft that brings a whole lot of functionality to the gameplay and in turn make it a lot more enjoyable. The creator behind this map is Lothrazar and according to him, the mod essentially has every single item that he’d want to be included in vanilla Minecraft. There’s an insane amount of items to try out in this mod, and each and every single one of these items can be used in one way or another. So, essentially, if you want to add more depth to Minecraft’s gameplay then the Cyclic mod might just be what you need.
Cyclic has partly been inspired by the Quark and Extra Utilities Mod, and you can definitely see why. Both the mods that this one has been inspired by have added a ton of functionality and features to Minecraft’s gameplay and this particular mod seems to carry that same trend. Onto the items themselves; there are multitudes of potions that you can brew to get a variety of bonus status effects, slime pads that’ll launch anything that lands on them high into the sky, Ender Wings that’ll allow you to teleport across the game world and multitudes of other things. Again, we want to say that the actual amount of items that this mod brings to the table is quite insane so you’ll probably be kept busy for quite some time as you explore everything that it has to offer.
Aside from the items themselves, perhaps the best part of the Cyclic mod is the fact that it’s completely configurable meaning that you can enable or disable every single item that it consists of. All said and done, the Cyclic mod will add tons upon tons of amazing gameplay features into Minecraft to make your experience a lot more enjoyable and engaging.
How to install Cyclic Mod?
- Download and install the recommended Minecraft Forge for your Minecraft version.
- Download the latest mod version for your Minecraft version.
- Put the .jar file into the mods folder of your Minecraft installation.
Download Link for Cyclic Mod
for Minecraft 1.10.2
Credit: Lothrazar – Original Thread on CursForge