The Advanced Inventory Management mod is among the long line-up of mods that have been crafted to allow players to manage their Minecraft inventories more efficiently. Inventory management in pretty much any sandbox game can be a challenging task and this is especially true in Minecraft’s case because you run into so many different items along your journeys that your inventory fills up with clutter quite quickly and is in a disorganized state more often than not. The Advanced Inventory Management mod does a great job of helping players maintain their inventory while simultaneously providing a variety of features that add a ton of depth to Minecraft’s overall gameplay.
The Advanced Inventory Management mod works on the idea of relays and, as of right now, it consists of nine different relays that add a ton of convenience to the way players manage their inventories. There’s an inventory relay that allows players to access their entire inventory, there’s a hunger relay through which players can access their hunger bar and fill it up, there’s an armor relay that gives players access to their armor slots and, alongside these, there are various other relays through which players can access various different aspects of their inventory.
Advanced Inventory Management also features an array of different items through which players can make the most out of the mod. There’s a player monitor that outputs redstone signals according to what the stats of the player are, there are network cables that can allow relay connections from larger distances and there are even special toggle cables through which players can customize which components of this mod they want enabled and which ones they want disabled. All said and done, Advanced Inventory Management is among the more complex, intricate and more effective inventory management mods out there.
How to install Advanced Inventory Management 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.