Entropy: Chaos Mod

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Entropy: Chaos Mod

Entropy is a Minecraft Chaos Mod where random events happen every 30 seconds. The events are selected randomly from a pool of 120 (and growing) events that can be anything from meteor rain, physics changes and much more.

Event and timer duration can be configured from the Settings menu!

Entropy was heavily inspired on the excellent work of pongo1231's Chaos Mod V for Grand Theft Auto V!

Demo 1 - Twitch Chat Integration


Play Entropy with friends! Each random event happens around each player. Each connected client can configure Twitch Integrations independently and will send poll results to the server.

Chat Integrations:

Twitch Integration:

Entropy includes integration with Twitch! Viewers of a streamer can vote the next event using the stream chat! (Integration for more platforms like Youtube streaming and Discord is planned).

To enable Twitch Integration you'll need a Twitch OAuth Access token, you can generate using this tool (or any other OAuth token generator tool). Write your OAuth Access Token and your channel name in Entropy Settings.

YouTube Integration:

In a similar fashion to the twitch integration, Entropy also includes the ability for YouTube streamers to connect with their YouTube Live Chat for event voting.

It requires the creation of a Google Cloud Platform project and some configuration. Click here for a video tutorial, there's also a written guide in that video's description.

Discord Integration:

Users of a discord server can vote the next event by using the Entropy Discord integration. TUTORIAL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waj82ownAKw


More Gameplays


 Demo 2 - BlurDemo 3 - Upside DownDemo 4 - Meteor RainDemo 5 - SettingsDemo 1 - Twitch Chat Integration



This mod requires Fabric and Fabric API. You can download Entropy from this page. Drop Entropy and Fabric API JARs inside the mods folder.


Playing and sharing the mod is enough but if you want to donate, you can do it through this link <3.


Entropy is released under the free and open-source GPL-3.0 License.