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Overpowered Inventory Mod for Minecraft 1.8.8/1.8/1.7.10

If you’ve ever tried the Too Many items mod before, you’re going to see a few similarities between that and the Overpowered Inventory mod, seen here. For one, the humongous size and scope of inventory windows; this mod actually allows you to access up to 375 inventory slots, all of which work like normal and allow for the carrying of stacked items too. This allows you to play almost forever without ever stopping to stash your inventory, since you’ll probably die long before you run out of storage space. The Store All button makes stashing your loot as easy as clicking your mouse a single time though.




On the other hand, there is a merge button which allows the user to loot the contents of a chest, again with a single click. This isn’t nearly as useful as the Store All feature, since you can just loot a chest’s contents (and the chest itself) by breaking the thing. The Overpowered Inventory mod also comes with a nifty config file that allows the user to customize the inventory size. Some players have complained about the inventory window just being so big that they can’t actually see all of the items they’re carrying at a given time. Shrink the window down to 6×18 and this problem is fixed.



On the other hand, if you do shrink your inventory using the config file, you’ll be missing out on hundreds of free inventory slots, which is kind of counterintuitive to the point of the mod. You might consider changing your screen resolution if you can’t see the full inventory window, but if you can’t turn it up any higher than you’re kind of stuck. Overall the Overpowered Inventory Mod is excellent for players who hate building bases or want to live a real Hardcore life without ever building shelter, but it could still use some work.

Overpowered Inventory Mod for Minecraft 1.8 Changelogs

  • New config option to change inventory size down to only 6×18 instead of the full size.
  • Added the Sort, Deposit, and Merge filter buttons into the new inventory.
  • Full compatibility with all other mods, uses a standalone inventory screen.
  • Unlock features step by step using experience points.

How to install Overpowered Inventory Mod?

  1. Download the mod!
  2. When you haven’t installed Minecraft Forge yet, download and install it.
  3. Move the downloaded .jar into the mods folder.
  4. Have fun!

Download Links for Overpowered Inventory Mod

for Minecraft 1.8.8

for Minecraft 1.8

for Minecraft 1.7.10

Credit: Lothrazar

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Comments (10)

How to change the look of the panel shown on screenshots? When I installed the right version mod’s for games 1.11.2, 1.12 or 1.12.1 only the panel with bag slots appears. However, the character panel, the crafting’s panel and the “Merge”, “Fill” (or icon bootle) and the “Deposit all” buttons are missing.

the mod im usualy in creative biulding advanced looking things so this mod would help tramendously considering i always need more things than the orignal inventory wont hold it all

whats this not opening my inventory at all because I don’t have an ender chest in it? Kinda makes the mod worthless if I can’t open it to put one in.

EDIT: Managed to get Ender Chest into inventory. (opened stock chest. BTW when I did that my inventory was the same size) Set all required exp to 0. Still won’t open inventory. “No ender chest equipped” Move ender chest to quick bar and mouse over it. Same reply. I have forge, I loaded the .jar into the mods folder. It shows as active on boot-up. It just doesn’t work no matter what mods I have active or not. Tried running solo, still nothing.. Suggestions?

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