The objective of New Game is none other than to expand the possibilities of the games without actually breaking the "vanilla" gaming experience. To do this, all the built-in mods will follow the default Minecraft theme, and the changes will be perfectly compatible with the style of the game.
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It is an ideal modpack for all those players who want to expand the number of biomes, structures, creatures, dimensions, or any other branch of Minecraft, but without any of the mods adding any content out of the "normal", something desired by many players
In addition, it is available in three different versions (small, medium and large), so that players with a worse device can also make use of this fabulous modpack.
Actually, it is a very compensated modpack and loved by users, since it has mods of biomes, enemies, minerals, structures, food and a great variety of mods that will completely improve the player's experience in the game.
Why is inventory floating on the screen?
Inventory HUD allows you to view the inventory without the need for it to be open. This can be annoying for some players, to disable it, it will be necessary to press the "o" key (it may first have to be configured in the controls section) and will open the mod options menu.
How do I install the modpack manually (without the Curseforge app)?
The first thing is to download Forge, the recommended version for each update is in the description of the respective download. Usually installing the latest is enough.
The downloaded files must be placed inside the ".minecraft", that is, in the game directory. Just copy and paste.
As for the Minecraft launcher, the normal parameters of the Forge version are not enough, it is essential to increase the RAM allocated to the game. For it:
1) Click on facilities.
2) Put the cursor over the Forge version and click on the three final dots, then on edit.
3) Click on "More options", and in the "JVM arguments", change the first number, which is the gigabytes allocated. At least we recommend 8GB.
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