Mods for Minecraft 1.16.3

Discover some of the wonderful mods for Minecraft version 1.16.3. These will make your Minecraft world even more fascinating to explore by adding a whole bunch of new functionalities, items, blocks and even new landscapes.

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This is a tool used for debugging modpacks which scans your mods for mods which have annotations associated with common Mixer APIs such as SpongeMixin, Tuna-Bytes (soon), PizzaMixin(soon), and AssistMixer(soon) as well as some Aspect Orientated Programming APIs. For all the files that meet these criterias, it lists the name, the jar file it is in, the known targets (except for ones which do not specify the targets in the file itself like AssistMixer), the Class References, the Method References, and the Field References, with the possibility to add even more information in the future. On launchers which support System.out.println it will show the information in the console, the logs are also saved in (.)minecraft/logs/MixerLogger.log so you can access it. This is helpful if you are making a very large modpack and one of these breaks the game, this will allow you to have a better idea where it can be coming from. It loads itself before or during SpongeMixin or similar tools in most cases. The code for this is largelly loader independent meaning with a basic entrypoint it can be supported on most loaders and even most games in Java. Same Jar is used in more than 1 loader. Should work with Abstraction layer mods like Special Compatibility Operation, NeoFromTheMatrix, or Sintrya Connector just fine.The logs will be a tiny bit hard to read, but ideally anyone who is using this will be using ⌘+F or Ctrl+F to find specific peices of information. An example of a individual mixer class's info is as followsClass Name: net.fabricmc.fabric.mixin.client.model.BakedModelManagerMixinTargets: [net.minecraft.class_1092]ClassRef: [net.minecraft.class_1087, org.spongepowered.asm.mixin.Mixin, java.util.Map, net.minecraft.class_1092, net.fabricmc.api.Environment, net.fabricmc.fabric.mixin.client.model.BakedModelManagerMixin, net.fabricmc.api.EnvType, org.spongepowered.asm.mixin.Shadow, java.lang.Object, net.fabricmc.fabric.impl.client.model.BakedModelManagerHooks, net.minecraft.class_2960]MethodRef: [java.util.Map.get(Ljava/lang/Object;)Ljava/lang/Object;]FieldRef: [net.fabricmc.fabric.mixin.client.model.BakedModelManagerMixin.field_5408:Ljava/util/Map;]Originating JAR: fabric-api-0.75.1+1.19.2.jar-------------------- But it can be more daunting for much larger ones LimitationsAt the moment only Sponge Mixin is supported but others are soon planned and we also plan to list more info about modified methods and RefMap parsing. This also only goes 1 level deep for nested jars and javassist is bundled (which could conflict with a few mods but most other mods run AFTER this one so you would already have your information by the time such package conflict could happen). This only scans existing Mixer classes not ones created during runtime. This can make the game possibly unstable and also makes the game take longer to load so if you are not using it I would not suggest keeping it in your mods folder. Also atm only the folder called "mods" is supported but this will change. Platform support.FeatureCreepFeatureCreep 4.0 Pre Release 18 will come with this built in but it will need to be enabled in the FeatureCreep config (in the etc directory in your Minecraft Folder). However this jar supports FeatureCreep 4 Pre Release 17 to an extent if not being run on one of the other mentioned platforms. If you are on MCForge and have FeatureCreep this mod will confict due to both having the same packages at least on 1.17 due to Module changes. On platforms which do not come with SpongeMixin or a supported mixer it will need to be installed normally. The FeatureCreep built-in version will be the best maintained. The Pre-17 and earlier version of the mod will duplicate on Pre-18 or newer and is generally unsupported. Works on games outside of Minecraft written in Java and can be used on other loaders like LiteLoader and Rift and NeoForge and possibly older versions of MC Forge if FeatureCreep is installed. MinecraftForgeShould work on 1.17+, 1.16.5 and earlier has changes in the ITransformationService making it hard to do in the same file. FabricMCShould work on any version and in non-Minecraft games. May work on QuiltMC and other FabricMC derivatives but it is untested. Legacy and Cursed Legacy Fabric should also work. 


Sanity: Descent Into Madness

Sanity: Descent Into Madness introduces a very engaging new mechanic into the game - Sanity. This represents the player's overall mental health. Maintaining a good mental health is necessary to avoid various different consequences, including death. And it can be measured by observing the brain icon added by this mod. You can find it next to your inventory HUD.Certain activities reduce your mental health. This includes:Being hungryConsuming unhealthy foodGetting wetBeing near insane playersGetting hurtStaying in the darkBeing around monstersHaving your movement restrainedListening to unsettling melodiesBreaking infested blocksTrampling farmlandsHurting animalsLetting your pet pass awayTeleporting between dimensionsGetting struck by lightningProvoking an endermanThese activities greatly reduces your sanity and the world around you becomes darker and darker. You will soon start having hallucinations. You will start seeing imaginary figures - monsters that want to kill you. If adequate measures are not taken, your own imaginations will end up consuming you - DEATH.So how can you increase your sanity? Just like how certain activities have a negative impact on your sanity, there are also activities that have a positive impact. They are:Staying fedEnjoying a company of your pet or sane playerListening to calming melodiesWalking on dirt paths and carpetsBeing near campfiresSleepingFishingSpawning chickens from eggsWearing a garlandEarning advancementsBreeding and shearing animalsTrading with villagersEating healthy foodPotting flowersThe easiest and the most convenient way to take care of your sanity is by wearing a garland. To do this, simply pluck eight small flowers from your surroundings and place it in a 3x3 crafting grid, leaving the central slot empty. This crafts a flower garland, an item you can wear on your head to control your loss of sanity.Furthermore, this mod is highly configurable and therefore it is possible to tweak certain gameplay elements to your liking.Please take a look at the screenshots to get an idea of what you can expect from this mod. It's important to note that this is a Forge mod, and you can find the download links below. Make sure to read the installation instructions carefully for a smooth experience.



Redstopia adds two new blocks that Minecraft redstone engineers and farm designers will fall in love with. The blocks added by this mod are very useful when designing automatic farms and if implemented correctly will save you a lot of resource gathering time. Let's take a look at these blocks one-by-one.The SettlerThis block automatically places blocks into the direction its facing to.The SplinterThis block removes blocks adjacent to its face.Discover the exciting features of this exceptional Forge mod by simply following the download links provided. Before proceeding, it is crucial to carefully read and adhere to the installation instructions for a seamless experience.



Freecam is an amazing camera that lets you detach your camera from your player and view yourself in third person perspective. This is especially useful when you have scout your surroundings while travelling or to take screenshots of your builds from a different angle. Compared to other camera mods, Freecam offers a lot more features and configurations. Let's take a look at some of the default keybinds and conguration options. It is recommended to use Modmenu for easier configuration.KeybindsToggle Freecam - Enables/disables Freecam - Default: F4Config GUI - Opens the settings screen - Defaul: UnboundControl Player - Transfers control back to your player, but retains your current perspective (Can only be used while Freecam is active.) - Default: UnboundReset Tripod - Resets a tripod* camera when pressed in combination with any of the hotbar keys - Default: Unbound*The freecam bind can also be used in conjunction with any of the hotbar keys (F4 + 1...9) to enter "tripod" mode. This enables you to set up multiple cameras with differing perspectives, and switch between them at will.Movement OptionsFlight Mode - The type of flight used by freecam. - Default: DEFAULT        - DEFAULT : Static velocity with no drifting        - CREATIVE : Vanilla creative flightHorizontal Speed - The horizontal speed of freecam. - Default: 1.0Vertical Speed - The vertical speed of freecam. - Default: 1.0Collision OptionsIgnore Transparent Blocks - Allows travelling through transparent blocks in freecam. - Default: trueIgnore Openable Blocks - Allows travelling through doors/trapdoors/gates in freecam. - Default: trueIgnore All Collision - Allows travelling through all blocks in freecam. - Default: trueAlways Check Initial Collision - Whether Initial Perspective should check for collision, even when using Ignore All Collision - Default: falseVisual OptionsInitial Perspective - The initial perspective of the camera. - Default: INSIDE       - FIRST_PERSON : The player's perspective       - THIRD_PERSON : Behind the player       - THIRD_PERSON_MIRROR : In front of the player       - INSIDE : Inside the playerShow Player - Shows your player in its original position. - Default: trueShow Hand - Whether you can see your hand in freecam. - Default: falseFull Brightness - Increases brightness while in freecam. - Default: falseShow Submersion Fog - Whether you see a fog overlay underwater, in lava, or powdered snow. - Default: falseUtility OptionsDisable on Damage - Disables freecam when damage is received. - Default: trueFreeze Player - Prevents player movement while freecam is active. - Default: false        - WARNING: Multiplayer usage not advised.Allow Interaction - Whether you can interact with blocks/entities in freecam. - Default: false        - WARNING: Multiplayer usage not advised.Interaction Mode - The source of block/entity interactions. - Default: CAMERA        - CAMERA : Interactions come from the camera        - PLAYER : Interactions come from the playerNotification OptionsFreecam Notifications - Notifies you when entering/exiting freecam. - Default: trueTripod Notifications - Notifies you when entering/exiting tripod cameras. - Default: trueIt's important to note that this mod offers version for both Forge and Fabric, and you can find the download links below. Make sure to read the installation instructions carefully for a smooth experience.


Portable Jukebox

Portable Jukebox is a mod that lets you listen to music in Minecraft. In vanilla Minecraft, the only way to listen to music in-game is by placing a music disc into a jukebox. But the audio range of the jukebox is limited, so you can't listen to them while travelling or moving around. This is where the Portable Jukebox helps you out. This new type of jukebox can be carried around by the player. You can find them as loot in dungeons.The Portable Noteblock can be held in hand and you simply have to right click to play a note. The note played depends on your Y-level and the instrument depends on the block you are looking at.This mod offers versions for both Forge and Fabric. Download them using the links given below.


Gaia Dimension

The Gaia Dimension mod introduces you to a new dimension of magic. At first glance, it may look like your typical overworld with a different colour palette. But the more you explore, the more you'll realize how different it is. Let us take a look at how you can reach the Gaia Dimension and some of the interesting features of the new dimension.To travel to the Gaia Dimension, you need to build a Gaia Portal.How to Build a Gaia Portal ?Materials needed:RedstoneLapis LazuliGold IngotsFlint and Steel (made from a Gold Ingot and a Diamond)Biome Requirement: Hot, Dry, or Mountainous biomeStep 1: Gather Materials Collect the necessary materials for creating the Keystone Blocks and activating the portal. You'll need Redstone, Lapis Lazuli, Gold Ingots, and a Flint and Steel tool.Step 2: Smelt Redstone and Lapis Lazuli Place Redstone ore and Lapis Lazuli ore into a furnace to smelt them. This will turn them into Crystallized Redstone and Crystallized Lapis Lazuli, respectively.Step 3: To craft Keystone Blocks, arrange four Crystallized Redstone, four Crystallized Lapis Lazuli, and one Gold Ingot into a crafting table. This will craft one Keystone Block.Step 4: To set up the Gaia Portal, arrange multiple Keystone Blocks in the same pattern as a Nether Portal frame. The frame should be at least 5 blocks tall and 4 blocks wide, just like a standard Nether Portal.Step 5: To activate the Gaia Portal, craft a special Flint and Steel tool by placing a diamond and a gold ingot in a crafting grid and use it to light the inside of the portal frame. The portal will ignite with a unique glowing fire. Enter the portal to teleport yourself to the Gaia Dimension.It's important to note that this is a Forge mod, and you can find the download links below. Make sure to read the installation instructions carefully for a smooth experience.


Presence footsteps

Presence Footsteps is a sound mod that existed since the early days of Minecraft. It introduces numerous realistic walking sounds to the game. With this mod installed, you will hear different sounds as you walk on different surfaces. For example, when you walk on cobblestone, you hear a very similar sound to when you step on stone in real life, and when you walk on iron blocks, you hear a metallic sound. Even when you walk on a carpet, you can hear the corresponding sound.Generally speaking, if you want to get more immersion into Minecraft, then you should definitely try out the Presence Footsteps mod.



Desolation completely changes your game - It adds a new, dark and mysterious biome that presents plenty of hidden dangers. The mod introduces new mobs, blocks, trees, and even some intense particle effects. Speaking of particle effects, it is one of the most notable features of the mod. The particles somewhat resembles falling ash. They are implemented in a way that is just perfect, adding to the dark elegance and mystery. Let's explore some of the features of this jawdropping mod.Dark trees that are tall and thickCamouflaged mobs that are ready to attackPlenty of new blocks that adds detailBiome specific floraPlease take a look at the screenshots to get an idea of what you can expect from this mod. This mod offers versions for both Forge and Fabric, and you can find the download links below. Make sure to read the installation instructions for required dependencies.


Craftable Deed

Imagine being able to claim a generous 8x8 chunk area of land, that no one else in your game can destroy or access by any means. Craftable Deeds, an amazing mod allows you to do just that! But it doesn't stop there; you can add different types of protection to your area, further increasing the safety.Key Features of the Craftable Deeds Mod:Claiming Land: Using a Nether Star surrounded by paper or placing it alongside a map in the crafting menu, players can create a "Deed" that stakes a claim to an 8x8 chunk area of land.Deed Pedestal: After successfully claiming an area, players can craft a Deed Pedestal with three gold ingots and three netherite, which will serve as the heart of their claimed territory.Protection and Customization: Once the Deed is placed in the Deed Pedestal, all blocks above the y value of 15 within the mapped chunks will become unbreakable by other players. Containers in the claimed area will be inaccessible to outsiders. These settings can be adjusted in the Deed Pedestal's GUI.Loyal Mobs: Players have the option to designate certain mobs as loyal to their deed areas. These loyal mobs will attack other players who try to trespass within the claimed land.Deactivation and Reclaiming: Should someone stumble upon a Deed Pedestal, they can attempt to deactivate it by right-clicking. However, doing so will trigger an explosion, dropping a Nether Star. The area will then become claimable again after a configurable amount of time.Customizable Settings: The mod allows players to configure various aspects, such as whether explosions can break blocks, the dimensions where the deed can be used, which mobs act as loyal protectors, and a whitelist of blocks that can be interacted with within the deed area.Whether you're a builder who wants to safeguard your architectural masterpieces or an adventurer seeking to create secure outposts, this mod provides the tools you need. The ability to customize protection settings and choose loyal mobs adds depth and strategy to the gameplay, making it an exciting addition to any Minecraft world.Please take a look at the screenshots to get an idea of what you can expect from this mod. It's important to note that this is a Forge mod, and you can find the download links below. Make sure to read the installation instructions carefully for a smooth experience.


Diagonal Fences

The Diagonal Fences mod revolutionizes the building experience, by offering a user-friendly and intuitive interface that complements both beginners and seasoned players alike. By using diagonal fences, builders can craft elegant bridges, charming lattice patterns, and realistic railings with ease. Builders no longer have to settle for clunky workarounds or being confined to grid-like constructions.This game-changing mod brings an innovative solution to the long-standing challenge of seamlessly connecting fences placed diagonally from one another. Gone are the days of unsightly gaps and disjointed designs, as this incredible mod effortlessly bridges the divide, granting players the ability to create stunning structures that were once thought impossible. All the fence variants are affected by this mod - wooden, stems and nether brick fences.Please take a look at the screenshots to get an idea of what you can expect from this mod. This mod offers versions for both Forge and Fabric, and you can find the download links below. Make sure to read the installation instructions carefully as this mod requires some extra dependencies to function.


Optifine Latest

Optifine is a free, highly popular, and powerful mod for Minecraft developed by sp614x. Its primary mission is to enhance the game's performance by optimizing its code and providing players with numerous graphical customization options. Since its release, Optifine has become a staple for many Minecraft players, regardless of their hardware's capabilities, as it dramatically improves frame rates and reduces lag.FPS Boost: By fine-tuning the rendering engine, Optifine boosts the frames per second (FPS), leading to a smoother gaming experience. This is especially beneficial for players with lower-end computers or laptops, as it allows them to play Minecraft without frustrating lags or choppy frame rates. Configurable Settings: Optifine grants players the ability to customize the game's visual settings according to their hardware specifications. Users can adjust details like render distance, texture quality, smooth lighting, and particles, tailoring the experience to suit their preferences while maintaining a balanced performance. The Beauty of Shaders: Beyond its performance-enhancing features, Optifine is renowned for unlocking the true beauty of Minecraft through shaders. Shaders are graphical packages that introduce stunning visual effects, turning the game into a captivating work of art. With Optifine installed, players can seamlessly use various shader packs and immerse themselves in a whole new world of aesthetic splendor.Simply follow the download links provided below.


Simple Double Jump

Ever wanted to defy gravity and soar over obstacles in Minecraft? Look no further than the Simple Double Jump mod! This mod allows you to perform a double jump mid-air. But wait, there's more! The mod doesn't just offer fun and mobility; it respects the hunger mechanics in Minecraft too. Your character's hunger and saturation will be put to the test as you perform those daring mid-air acrobatics. By default, the keybind for the double jump is SPACE, but the mod allows you to change it effortlessly in the controls settings.It's important to note that this is a Forge mod, and you can find the download links below. Make sure to read the installation instructions carefully for a smooth experience.



Introducing a remarkable server-side mod designed to eliminate annoying and bad looking airborne leaves effectively! The FastLeafDecay mod expedites leaf decay immediately following tree wood removal. By default, within a mere five seconds, all leaves will vanish, providing a seamless gaming experience. Try this unparalleled modification today and bid farewell to those annoying floating leaves for good!Welcome to the world of Forge mods! To embark on your journey, we provide download links below for your convenience. Ensure a smooth installation process by following the installation instructions diligently to avoid any errors  


XP Coins and Games

Looking to add a new level of excitement to your Minecraft gameplay? Check out the XP Coins and Games mod! These incredible mod bring a fun and rewarding experience to your Minecraft adventures. Let's explore the world of XP Coins, their benefits, and the exciting mini-games they offer.XP Coins are unique items that grant you experience points when used. There are four types of coins available: Copper, Silver, Golden, and Platinum. Each coin offers a different amount of experience points, ranging from 10 to a whopping 1000!But how do you obtain these precious XP Coins? Well, the good news is that they have a chance to drop when you defeat hostile mobs in Minecraft. The drop rates of these coins can even be adjusted to suit your preferences through the Config file. So, whether you're seeking a greater challenge or a more frequent reward, the choice is in your hands.What's more, XP Coins offer a unique feature: they can be "Down Graded" in the Crafting Table. This means that you can transform a higher-value coin into a lower-value one, allowing for greater flexibility and customization in how you manage your experience points.To upgrade coins, you'll need the Coin Press. For this, you'll first have to obtain an Uncured Coin Press. Once you have the Uncured Coin Press, simply cure it in a Furnace, and voila! You'll have your very own Coin Press, ready to convert your hard-earned experience into XP Coins. The Coin Press prioritizes creating the most valuable coin first.Now, let's dive into the exciting world of XP Coin mini-games! These seven thrilling games are designed to test your luck and strategic thinking. First up, we have "100," where you and the computer randomly choose a number between 0 and 100, and the player with the highest number wins. Can you outsmart your digital opponent and claim victory?Next, try your luck in "Lucky Dice." Roll a pair of dice, and if you manage to get Snake Eyes or Boxcars, you'll be rewarded with three coins! The suspense of the roll and the chance for a big win make this game truly captivating.If cards are more your style, "Card Draw" is the perfect game for you. Draw a random playing card, and the player with the highest value wins. Keep an eye out for the config file settings, as you can adjust whether Aces are considered high or low.For those who enjoy a bit of prediction, "High Low Cards" and "High Low Dice" are the games to try. In these games, the dealer draws a card or rolls dice, and you must predict whether your card or dice roll will be higher or lower than the dealer's. Can you accurately anticipate the outcome and come out on top?Excitingly, two new games have been added recently! In "21 or 9," a blackjack variant, the goal is to reach a total of 21 or 9 cards drawn from the infinite deck. If you succeed, you'll walk away with a massive ten times your initial wager! Take a risk and see if fortune favors the bold.If you're feeling particularly lucky, "Double or Nothing" is the game for you. Flip a coin and aim for "Heads" to win. The twist? You can keep pressing your luck by going for double or nothing! How far will you push your fortune?To participate in these exhilarating mini-games, you'll need to hold an XP Coin in your off hand. These coins can be found as random drops from defeating creatures in the game. The drop rates can be adjusted according to your preferences, so you can fine-tune the frequency of these exciting rewards.Remember, all Coin Games can only be acquired from the elusive GAMEBOT mob. The Gamebot roams throughout all dimensions of Minecraft, adding an element of discovery to your gameplay. Check the Config File for Gamebot options and spawning settings, and prepare yourself for an unforgettable adventure.Even if luck isn't on your side and you lose a Coin Game, don't fret! There's a chance you'll receive a Fortune Cookie as a consolation prize. These cookies are filled with ancient wisdom and might even award you something nice. So, even in defeat, there's always a glimmer of hope.In conclusion, XP Coins bring a new level of fun, rewards, and excitement to Minecraft. With their varying experience points and the thrilling mini-games they offer, you'll never have a dull moment in your gameplay. So, dive into the world of XP Coins, explore their potential, and let the adventure begin!Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this mod. This is a Forge mod and download links are given below. Read the installation instructions CAREFULLY to avoid any errors while using the mod.


Online Detector

If you're an avid Minecraft player, you know that managing machinery and Redstone contraptions on servers can be a challenging task. Fortunately, there's a solution: the Online Detector Mod. In this blog, we'll explore the features and benefits of this mod, particularly its ability to enhance server management by allowing the output of a Redstone signal when a specific player is online.The Online Detector Mod introduces a new block known as the "Online Detector." It also includes an advanced version with a graphical user interface (GUI) that gives you greater flexibility and control over the server management.The primary purpose of the Online Detector Block is to emit a Redstone signal whenever the player it is bound to is online. This functionality can be useful for various purposes, such as activating specific mechanisms or triggering events when a specific player joins the server.With the GUI of the advanced version, you can easily bind the Online Detector Block to a particular player of your choice. This feature streamlines the process of managing machinery and Redstone contraptions, allowing for automated responses when players are online.For server administrators, the Online Detector Mod offers a range of benefits. It simplifies server management by providing a straightforward way to trigger Redstone signals based on player presence. By automating certain tasks, administrators can save time and effort while maintaining a smooth gameplay experience for their players.On the other hand, players can also enjoy the advantages of the Online Detector Mod. They can create personalized Redstone contraptions that react to their presence, adding an element of customization and interactivity to their Minecraft gameplay.These are the crafting recipes for the online detector blocks :In summary, the Online Detector Mod is a valuable addition to any Minecraft server, enabling administrators to streamline server management and automate various tasks. With the ability to emit Redstone signals when specific players are online, this mod empowers both administrators and players to enhance their gaming experience. Try out the Online Detector Mod and enhance your server management today!Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this mod. This is a Forge mod and download links are given below. Read the installation instructions CAREFULLY to avoid any errors while using the mod.


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