Block Distortion Mod – Make your game slightly more weird by adding distortion to the blocks! Who said all blocks in Minecraft had to be square?
Overview of this Mod
Minecraft can be too plain sometimes. All the blocks are square. Don’t you just wish there was a way to make the blocks look more, well, distorted, similar to how the terrain is in real life?
Well, there’s a way! The Block Distortion mod is a mod, written by the famous Minecraft modder, Risugami, that makes it so blocks, well, have a distorted property added to them. This means that blocks will no longer take the traditional square or rectangular shape, but will rather take on a more jagged and random shape, like a trapezoid. This gives off the illusion that the terrain in Minecraft is more rugged, and realistic
This is great for realism enthusiasts who desire to have a close to realistic game. Combine this with a shaders mod the the Dynamic shadows mod, a better viewpoint mod such as the Improved first person view mod, and you got yourself a more realistic looking game! Gameplay wise though, this mod doesn’t really add any realism, and doesn’t really add anything to the gameplay at all as a matter of fact. It does make the game look slightly nicer though
In conclusion, this mod is kind of nice, and does add some realism to a certain extent, aesthetically speaking I mean. I would recommend this mod for anyone who would like to change the way their game looks and feels.
Screenshots of this Mod
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Videos of this Mod
Here is a video showing what the mod does.
How to Install this Mod
- The Steps (1.6 and up)
- The Steps (Windows)(Old-Fashioned Way)
- The Steps (Mac)(Old-Fashioned Way)
- The Steps for Forge and Modloader Mods (Old)
- Be sure to get WinRAR or 7-zip. It's a necessity for installing mods.
- Be sure to backup your "minecraft.jar" before doing anything! We don't want you to have to force update now, do we?
- Be sure to delete META-INF inside "minecraft.jar".
- Be sure to install the mods listed in the yellow box below first. They are usually mods required for the mod you want to install to work.
- The Forge and Modloader installation instructions only apply if the yellow box below states that the mod requires either Modloader of Forge. If the yellow box does not, use the "Old-Fashioned" instructions.
- The Forge and Modloader instructions only apply to the mod itself. Any mod in the yellow box below must be installed using the "old-fashioned" instructions.
- Close Minecraft. This is to ensure that the files will overwrite properly.
- Open up Windows Explorer.
- In the navigation bar, type "%AppData%".
- Navigate to "Roaming". (Skip this step if you can't see a roaming folder.)
- Open up a folder called ".minecraft".
- Open up a folder called "bin".
- Right click the file called "minecraft" or "minecraft.jar".
- Select open with.
- Open with WinRAR.
- Open up the mod. (be sure to extract the mod first.)
- If there are no specific instructions included with the mod, it is safe to assume that you drag all the files in.
- Be sure to delete META-INF. I can't stress this enough.
- Install Minecraft Forge, Modloader, or any mod dependency listed in the yellow box below using the "Old-Fashioned" installation instructions to the left.
- Start Minecraft up. Close Minecraft afterwards.
- Navigate to the ".minecraft" folder. Once you open it, you will notice that there is a "mods" folder. If there isn't a mods folder to be seen, create one.
- Place the mod inside the "mods" folder.
- Open Minecraft up and have fun!
Important: This mod requires you to install the following mods:
Click on the links to get them.