When it comes to the discussion of mods for Minecraft, one thing frequently comes up: Does Minecraft Modding support mod encryption? In other words, can a player make a mod that creates an encryption key that allows players to choose the kind of blocks they want in the game and only play with blocks that have that key. This is called “modding” and is very popular among creative types. However, while a player can create a mod that allows this, it is actually illegal to do so in the official version of the game.
So, what’s the problem? Basically, when people mod their servers, they are changing how the game functions internally. They do this because they feel like it makes the game more fun and exciting. But they still have to follow the game’s rules and use the blocks that they mod with good reason. If they were to mod the server with blocks that have a mod encryption enabled, then they would break the game and the player would lose all of their created characters and the things that they worked so hard to get. So why would anyone want to do this?
There are actually two sides to this. On one hand, this may make the game much more fun and exciting. Imagine, with modding, players can create entire worlds on their servers just by using blocks that have a mod encryption enabled. This way, a player can construct any kind of terrain they want, including caves, fortresses and even giant spaceships. Players will also be able to craft all kinds of weapons and armor as well as boats and airships. Since these blocks can be generated with “vanilla” difficulty, there will be something for everyone.
However, this can also cause server issues, since certain “vanilla” servers would have difficulty generating blocks of certain kinds. If you are one of those who like to play with the classic version of Minecraft, then you’ll certainly have many difficulties generating items and building structures without using mod tools. For those who love modding, this may prove to be very frustrating because this could really limit what you can do in terms of creativity. But then again, since the blocks are movable, the server-side modding doesn’t have anything to do with the vanilla game, so there’s nothing to lose.
If you’re the kind of person who enjoys modding but would rather play the original game without having to interrupt your game, then this may be for you. You just need to install the server-side modding instead of the client side, which will be necessary if you decide to use this option. Once installed, you can then begin to play with your own world map and starting to build anything you want. Everything is generated with the help of Minecraft forge, the block rendering software which is included in the mod.
However, if you’re not comfortable with using this kind of modding, there’s a very simple alternative: use the Optifast mod pack, which provides similar features for a lot less money. For a lot of people, this may be enough to get them playing again without having to bother about modding the game. Just make sure that you can run the server side of the game on your computer, and you should be good to go.