In the real world, one of the most widespread dangers to human life is malnutrition, and Spice of Life attempts to bring that danger into Minecraft's universe.
Zombie Awareness turns Minecraft's most common undead into the kind of threat they always should have been.
The BigTrees Mod may not have the most complex of goals, but it does more to improve the world's atmosphere than many larger mods.
Minecraft is normally a game about building in the present and thinking about the future, but Fossils and Archaeology Revival shows that uncovering the past can be every bit as interesting.
Not every mod has to reshape the world or add in magical powers. Sometimes it is those that only add a few small additions that end up being the most essential.
Not all adventures need to be long, drawn out affairs. For those pressed for time, Runic Dungeons offers a quick path to both immense riches and dangers.
Whether you enjoy sailing across the seas, wandering through massive deserts, or walking across a hundred landscapes in an hour, Climate Control will let you customize the world however you wish.
Enhanced Biomes is well worth a look for those who love a more natural overworld or a greater underground.
A look through Underground Biomes Constructs, a mod that replaces the normal gray blocks that make up Minecraft's underground with over twenty new types of stone.
Movement is often the most overlooked aspect of any adventure, but that hardly means one should skip out on Smart Moving.
The perfect world may not be achievable, but with Mystcraft players can come awfully close.
Whether you enjoy the wilderness, or just want a temporary place to rest while finding your ideal home, The Camping Mod has all the tools you need to stay alive through the nights.
Whether you are after darker nights, a portable home, or a way to prevent death itself, Random Things might be the mod you need.
A look through all of the tools and decorations added by Ye Gamol Chattels.
A quick run through the tranquil woodlands and horrifying dungeons of the Twilight Forest.
These five mods may not add any new items or blocks to your game, but they might be the most important addons you can include.
A look at the terrible beauty of Local Weather & Storms.
A look through the vibrant landscapes of Biomes O' Plenty.
An examination of Streams, a mod that adds in new, randomly-generated flowing rivers to Minecraft's Overworld.
A quick look at five mods that greatly enhance Minecraft's underdeveloped Nether.
A look at all of the possibilities presented by the magic-focused mod, Witchery.
An examination of the massive ruins added by Roguelike Dungeons.
An examination of Millenaire, a civilization mod for Minecraft.
An examination Better Foliage, a graphics improving modification for Minecraft.
An examination of Wild Caves, a Minecraft modification that adds interesting aspects to the game's cave systems.
An in depth explaination of why you should reboot Oblivion and play its Total Conversion, Nehrim: At Fate's Edge.
A quick glance at Lycanite's Mobs, a mod that adds large number of new creatures to Minecraft.
A quick guide to Enviromine in all its often fatal glory.
A quick explanation of what is an AMV is, its legal issues, and what arguments exist for and against allowing their production.
A look through two mods that enhance Minecraft's lackluster combat.
A quick examination of the Lord of the Rings mod for Minecraft as of Beta 22.
An examination of three of the most popular map mods for Minecraft: Journeymap, Opis/Mapwriter, and Voxelmap.
A side by side examination of the three most recent Elder Scrolls games.
This is an attempt to explain why you should go back and play the game Myth 2: Soulblighter.
This is an attempt to explain to the reader all of the reasons they could wish to play X3:Terran Conflict.