Structurize is an exceptional server side mod by the LDT team that multitudes of Minecraft players around the world are going to find quite useful. If you’ve ever tried to edit things in Minecraft before then you probably know that editing large portions of the game world can be an incredibly tedious and time consuming activity. Even the simple process of replicating a structure elsewhere can take up quite a bit of time but, thankfully, the Structurize mod is here to change this. The mod offers a bunch of different tools through which players can easily manipulate structures or entire areas in Minecraft according to their will.
Features and Functionality
Onto the specifics, first and foremost on the list of the Structurize mod’s features is the scan tool. The scan tool basically gives players the ability to scan an entire area of the Minecraft world and it’ll capture absolutely every single thing there is in the designated area. Once the scan has been completed, the mod will store a file in a custom directory that holds the data of the scan. After scanning, you can use the build tool and the created files in order to replicate the entire scan you made in a different part of the Minecraft world. It’s also worth remembering that each scan can be customized during the scanning process as well and this will allow you to make any changes that you feel need to be made.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Alongside being an extremely useful mod, Structurize is immaculate as far as its technical aspects are concerned so it likely won’t cause you any trouble as long as you use it with version 1.12.2 of Minecraft which, of course, is the version of the game that it’s compatible with.
Overall, Structurize is an incredibly helpful mod through which you’ll essentially be able to copy and paste parts of the Minecraft world with relative ease.
How to install Structurize 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.