RandomTweaks is a mod that doesn’t make any over the top or drastic changes into Minecraft but, instead, it makes a variety of minor changes that might not seem like much on paper but actually end up having quite an impact. It’s a mod that, according to the creator, has all the changes and functionality that Minecraft should have by default and, upon using it, you’ll see first-hand that this statement is actually quite true. RandomTweaks makes multitudes of minor enhancements to Minecraft that step up the experience by a tremendous amount and this is why you’ll probably never stop using it once you actually start.
The biggest feature in the RandomTweaks is that it comes with a properly implemented sound system that doesn’t glitch like the vanilla sound does. In vanilla Minecraft, the sound would completely go out every time you changed your audio device and this is why you would have to reload all resources in order to get it back. However, with this mod, all you have to do is press F8 and your sound system will reload automatically which will save you a lot of time. Alongside the new sound system, you’ll see tons of other minor changes like tweaks to how hunger and sleep works, changes to how tamed ocelots function as well as a bunch of other things that are sure to make your experience more enjoyable.
The best part about RandomTweaks is that, since its changes are quite minor, it doesn’t have any noticeable impact on Minecraft’s performance. Finally, the mod’s fully customizable so you can configure every single thing about it according to your preferences. All things considered, RandomTweaks is an exceptional mod that brings a variety of changes and features that, in all honesty, should be in Minecraft by default.
How to install RandomTweaks 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 RandomTweaks Mod
for Minecraft 1.11.2 / 1.10.2
Credit: TheRandomLabs – Original Thread on CursForge