Understanding the game of Minecraft can be difficult, especially when it comes to things such as durability of tools, armor, and weaponry, and also the status bars of your character. In saying this, I mean that sometimes it can be difficult to keep track of the small, and simplistic status bars. For example, on the tool item slot, if it is losing durability; all that will show is a green bar, very small; and hard to see in detail. This durability bar doesn’t actually show how long your item has left until it breaks in detail, and only gives you a rough idea. With the Item Information Mod you are now able to understand and identify the status of durable items, tools, weapons and armor that you own and use. By introducing new GUI’s to the game of Minecraft, players can easily see and use the mod; to help them understand how much longer their equipment can be used. This mod is incredibly useful, however it could also be quite difficult to begin understanding the new features. Sometimes, adapting to something that completely changes how you will see the game.
The Item Information Mod for Minecraft implements it’s helpful, and unique features in a way that works efficiently, yet easy enough for players to understand quickly. When using the mod it took a while for me to adapt to the new features, the new ways to see the game. In a way, it changed the game quite a lot; adding new things to my screen, and helpful information when hovering over items. Overall, there were too many good things about the mod, helpful and fun; that lead me to have nothing to criticize about. Other than of course, learning how to use it at first.
Item Information Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2 and 1.6 Changelogs
- added Lithunian language support.
How to install the Item Information Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2 and 1.6
- Download and install the Modloader Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2.
- Download the Item Information Mod for Minecraft 1.5.2., zip file.
- Browse to %appdata%/roaming/.minecraft and open your minecraft.jar.
- Open the downloaded Mod zip file, and drag it’s contents into the minecraft.jar.