I played Minecraft for a while and I really enjoyed it, but I quickly found it a little boring. That was when my brother introduced me to Minecraft modpacks and I fell in love with the game again. (Okay, maybe love is a little extreme. I find the game relaxing and mind distracting). The launcher I use most is Technic Launcher, so today I thought I’d share which
The launcher I use most is Technic Launcher, so today I thought I’d share which 3 modpacks off this launcher are my favorite and why. (If you need help figuring out how to use modpacks and such, let me know and I’ll try to help out!)
- Attack of the B-Team
This is my favorite modpack. There is so much to do. This modpack is great for survival mode adventures and when you want to just build stuff. I really love the Carpenter’s blocks, Chisel, Mr. Crayfish’s Furniture Mod, Food Plus, Biomes O’ Plenty and especially Tinker’s construct. I’ve played this modpack a ton of times and I still haven’t messed with all the mods, so there’s always a ton to try out and do. Plus, I really like being able to turn into a bat and fly around everywhere. That and the map system is super cool since you can mark places on it and teleport to your marks.
Being the Pokémon nerd that I am, I love this modpack. While it isn’t much more than original Minecraft but with Pokémon, I still love it. Creating the pokeballs is a little time consuming, but it isn’t too bad. So if you like vanilla Minecraft and Pokémon, this is the perfect combination. You get one starter Pokémon and can have up to six with you at a time, much like the Pokémon games.
- Sky Factory
While this is originally from AT Launcher, you can still get it on TL (though I think there are newer versions on AT). This modpacks starts you off in the middle of the sky on a single block with a tree. You have to continue to grow trees in order to get supplies to continue on to complete challenges. This game is fun with other people as it makes things go a little faster. It’s challenging and requires a little bit of grinding, but I don’t mind it (too much). I’d recommend reading a guide your first time just so it’s a little easier and you can figure out what you need to do.
This game is fun with other people as it makes things go a little faster. It’s challenging and requires a little bit of grinding, but I don’t mind it (too much). I’d recommend reading a guide your first time just so it’s a little easier and you can figure out what you need to do.
There are a ton of modpacks that I haven’t tried out yet but plan to soon. I’ll be sure to talk about Minecraft again soon, next time focusing on texture packs that I enjoy, downloaded maps that I’ve played, or online servers that I like playing on).