The GeoActivity is a very useful and creatively designed mod that’ll surely prove to be extremely useful to players due to all the great features that it brings into the mix. It not only adds a whole lot more functionality to Minecraft but alongside that it adds a lot of new items as well that can be used in multiple different ways. It also has an experimental chemistry system that allows players to make use of the elements that this mod adds to create many different types of in-game items. Overall, it’s a very well constructed and feature filled mod that you definitely won’t be disappointed with.
The first thing that you’ll notice upon using the GeoActivity mod is that it adds three new coal ores to the game. There’s the Anthracite Ore that spawns on layer 18 to 38, the Bituminous Ore that spawns on layers 34-48 and finally the Lignite Ore that spawns on layers 46-64. The Lignite Ore is pretty easily found, but you’ll need to put in a bit of extra effort if you want to get your hands on the other two. The mod also features a multiblock furnace that you can use to exponentially increase the amount of resource that you have at your disposal.
The GeoActivity mod also gives players the ability to reinforce their tools by combining the regular iron tools with gold. The reinforced variants of the tools serve the same purpose, but the stats they have are two times as much as the regular tools which means that they’re a lot more potent and can prove to be quite helpful in a variety of different scenarios. There’s a whole bunch of other features that this mod implements as well so overall it’s a fantastic mod that’s definitely capable of improving your Minecraft gameplay experience.
How to install GeoActivity Mod?
- Download Forge installer
- Download GeoActivity mod for your Minecraft version
- Install Forge on your Minecraft
- Run Minecraft, close Minecraft
- Put the mod in mods folder
- Run Minecraft, enjoy!
Download Links for GeoActivity Mod
for Minecraft 1.9
for Minecraft 1.8.9
for Minecraft 1.8
for Minecraft 1.7.10
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