With Biomes O’ Plenty Mod, a ton of fantastic biomes will be added into your Minecraft game. There will be a lot of amazing things, which will make you exciting, and take a lot of time to discover them. For fun, you can fint Emerald ore ouside of Extreme Hills biome, so I will not tell you where it located in this post.
Biomes O’ Plenty Screenshots:
Biomes O’ Plenty Biomes:
- Corrupted Sands: A soulsand wasteland with thorns and tiny cacti scattered about.
- Field: Lush, vibrant green fields with large oak trees..
- Grasslands: Rolling hills of green grass with lots of sugar cane and ponds. Meant to represent the old Swamps from Beta 1.7.3 and below (When they didn’t really look like swamps).
- Mesa: A red rock mountain landscape with desert grass, and a sandy, orange sky.
- Lush Desert: A lush, red rock desert with Acacia trees, shrubs, wildflowers, and pockets of sand and grass scattered around.
- Fungi Forest: A very lush forest with trees, giant mushrooms, slimy water, and mooshrooms.
- Dunes: Steep, rolling hills of sand, with patches of dune grass, and a dusty sky above.
- Pasture: A relatively flat field of barley.
- Moor: A dreary, mountainous landscape with lots of ponds and mud.
- Volcanno: A smoke filled sky is casted over a volcanic land of dark, ashy stone with flowing lava and pockets of ash.
- Maple Woods: A hilly, peaceful woodland with red maple trees, and the occasional spruce tree.
- Canyon: Hills and valleys composed of hard dirt, with patches of grass and pine trees.
- Coniferous Forest: Tall fir trees cover a temperate, and somewhat hilly region.
- Quagmire: A barren pit of mud with patches of grass and frequent dead trees, with muddy water and overcast skies above.
- Scrubland: A dying grassland with shrubs, bushes, and other foliage.
- UnderGarden: An overgrown area of the Nether with Hellbark bushes, hanging ivy, patches of netherwart, and different types of mushrooms
- Garden: Lush fields of assorted flowers, grasses, and giant flowers. A native mob to the Garden, Rosesters, can also be found here.
- Wetland: A lively, swamp-like area with willow trees, spruce trees, ferns, cat tails, and swampflowers. Mud can often be found bordering the land.
- Icy Hills: Thick, snowy hills with magical ice trees under a snowy sky. Snow Golems spawn naturally here.
- Mystic Grove: A magical land of tall trees, blue grass, and glowing flowers. Journey through the forest of magic trees under a mystical pink sky.
- Promised Land: only appears in its separate dimension, with a new Amethyst Ore, Loftwood Trees, and more! To get to the Promised Land, you must crafted an Ancient Staff (Crafting Recipe listed further down the page). When you use it, a portal will appear high up in the sky where you used the staff.
- Dead Swamp: A low-lying swamp with dead trees, dark blue waters, and mud.
- Overgrown Beach: A variation of the vanilla Beach with scattered patches of grass and dune grass.
- Snowy Coniferous Forest: A snowy version of the Coniferous Forest.
- Hot Springs: Lots of natural hot springs surrounded by a pine and spruce forest. Spring water gives the Regeneration effect, which heals players, as well as a new Nourishment effect, which restores hunger.
- Meadow: Spruce trees and bushes cover a hilly area with sections of forest spread out among it.
- Lush Swamp: Meant to represent the original Swamplands biome in Beta 1.8, without any dark grass/foliage/water shading, and tall ivy trees.
- Temperate Rainforest: Tall trees, often covered in moss, as well as willow trees loom over the hills of shrubs and fern below.
- Oasis: Palm trees and ponds with grass surrounding them make up the Oasis.
- Mangrove: An aquatic forest with thick, deep-rooted mangrove trees and shrubs.
- Bamboo forest: Tall bamboo trees overlook a flat, vibrant land with shrubs, bushes, and ferns.
- Badland: A barren wasteland of hills covered in hardened sand and clay. The hardened sand will be replaced with hardened clay in Minecraft 1.6.
- Cherry Blossom Grove: Pink and white cherry trees overlook a forest of pale green grass, anemones, tulips, and clover.
- Brushland: A dry forest with short trees, bushes, and scattered thorns.
- Timber: A dense forest with tall, decaying trees, shrubs, and toadstools.
- Polar: A flat, icy wasteland.
- Chaparral: A hilly landscape with pockets of exposed stone, small shrubs, and bushes.
- Spruces Woods: Meant to represent the snowless Taiga from Beta 1.8, but with more tall grass, slightly taller trees, and sprouts.
- Wasteland: Dried dirt, dead grass, and scattered dead trees cover a flat, barren land with toxic water and hazy skies.
- Highland: Thick grassy hills and cliffs covered in High Grass.
- Jade Cliffs: The winning biome from the 100 Page Celebration contest. Jagged cliffs with shrubs and pine trees, under a jade sky.
- Orchard: Summer is here in a forest with bright yellow-green grass, sunflowers, dandelions, and all kinds of other flowers. Trees in the Orchard can grow with leaves that have a very high chance of dropping apples.
- Mountains: A hilly forest of drab green oak and pine trees.
- Shield: Based off of the Canadian Shield, the Shield biome has spruce trees, exposed stone, gravel lining the shores, and lots of lakes.
- Sacred Spings: Bright blue skies overlook a hilly region overgrown with shrubs, with lots of flowing water springs.
- Phantasmagoric Inferno: A hot area with lots of lavafalls, lava pools, fire, and smoldering grass.
- Boreal Forest: Tall, boney spines sticking out of the ground and ceiling of the Nether.
- Glacier: Snow and hard ice make up the Glacier biome.
- Bog: A swampy forest with short, decaying trees, bushes, and mud.
- Gravel Beach: A variation of the vanilla Beach biome, but with gravel instead of sand.
- Deciduous Forest: A thick forest with tall trees and shrubs.
- Deadlands: Smokey ash, smoldering grass, scattered fire, red-as-blood water, deep sinkholes, and the occasional group of Creepers can be found in the Deadlands.
- Prairie: A lush field with an assortment of grasses, anemones, and a few trees here and there.
- Bayou: Overcast skies overlook a lush swampy area with tall cypress trees, and dead trees in the murky water.
- Tundra: Dead grass, shrubs, boulders, and gravel bordering the shores.
- Woodlands: A dry forest made up of only oak trees, as well as fallen logs.
- Snowy Dead Forest: A snowy version of the Dead Forest, but with more dead trees, and less dying/spruce trees.
- Origin Valley: A lush area made to resemble Minecraft before biomes were actually added, with bright green trees, vibrant grass, and a clear blue sky.
- Tropical Rainforest: Dense broadleaf trees covering a relatively flat Tropical Rainforest with orange daisies and lots of Ocelots. The occasional melon can also be found in the Tropical Rainforest, along with sections of high grass.
- Crag: Rough mountains with jagged peaks, deep, dark waters, and a dark, teal sky above.
- Grove: A relatively flat forest filled with poplar trees and small bushes. Lots of clover can be found scattered around the dark green grass.
- Fen: A dying, swampy forest with mud, cattails, toadstools, and other swampy goodness.
- Marsh: Sections of scattered grass, tall grass, high grass, and water make up the Marsh.
- Rainforest: A lush, dense land with tons of oak and birch trees covering a very hilly terrain. Ocelots can be found running around in the Rainforest as well.
- Artic: A flat, frozen wasteland covered in snow.
- Sludgepit: Low-lying, murky area covered in mud, with thick trees looming over.
- Healthland: A somewhat flat landscape with lots of oak trees, jacaranda shrubs, and wildflowers.
- Birch Forest: Peaceful forest covered in only birch tress and clover.
- Redwoods Forest: Huge redwood trees overlook a hilly landscape of shrubs and ferns.
- Apls: Tall, snowy mountains that touch the clouds, with spruce trees on the summit.
- Dead Forest: A relatively empty forest with dead and dying trees.
- Thicket: A thick, overgrown forest with shrubs and thorns, which hurt you if you walk into them.
- Savanna: A flat, dry land with acacia trees, tall and short grass, shrubs, wildflowers, and the occasional clover.
- Ominous Woods: A creepy, dark forest with dark trees, deathblooms, dark purple grass and foliage, and a dark, ominous sky. Bats can be found flying around in the Ominous Woods as well.
- Steppe: Dead grass covers a flat landscape with patches of sand.
- Boneyard: Tall, boney spines sticking out of the ground and ceiling of the Nether.
- Tropics: A tropical paradise of palm trees, orange daisies, anemones, and clear blue skies.
- Outback: Patches of grass mixed in with hard sand, covered in small shrubs.
- Frost Forest: A frozen forest covered in frost, with snowy skies above.
Biomes O’ Plenty Recipes:
- Red Rock Cobble, Skystone Cobble, Skystone Brick, Red Rock Bricks, Mud Bricks are often crafted into stairs and slabs like alternative materials.
- Mud Armor: Same as traditional armor, however with mud balls in situ of ore.
- Mud Tools: Same as traditional tools, however with mud balls in situ of ore. Sticks area unit still used.
- Mystery Music Disc: we do not need to provide the precise crafting instruction, however it involves the traditional Biomes O’ masses music disc, and another material intercalary by the mod.
- Wood: The custom logs and planks during this mod are often crafted into something that vanilla logs/planks will, from doors, to stairs, to jukeboxes. they’ll even be used as fuel.
- Amethyst Tools: Same as traditional tools, victimization amethyst for the ore, and iron ingots in situ of sticks.
- Amethyst Armor: Same as traditional armor, victimization amethyst for the ore.
Download Biomes O’ Plenty Mod:
Need install Minecraft Forge before.