PathToExcel Minecraft Server and its Mods

PathToExcel provides a Minecraft Server that is dedicated to the students learning Minecraft related coding.

What are Minecraft Mods?

Minecraft “mods” (short for “modifications”) are changes or modifications made to the game to alter the original gameplay. These can be as simple as updating the lighting and colors or as complex as introducing completely new and functional elements to the game—like new characters or new collectible items.

Mods can be made by students to the PathToExcel Minecraft Server and made available to all the other students using this Server. Note that mods have to be installed on your Minecraft app from the Minecraft Server that provides them.

Avid gamers are known for downloading, installing, and playing around with dozens of mods at a time.

Programmers enjoy creating mods—for themselves or for their fellow players—by accessing Minecraft’s source code and making those changes.

Minecraft mods take a variety of shapes and forms. Mods can:

  1. Add new blocks, items, and mobs (animals and other creatures)
  2. Change the way blocks, items or mobs appear during gameplay
  3. Grant players new powers and special abilities
  4. Alter or add new landscapes and terrain
  5. Allow for changes to player speed
  6. Change Minecraft’s graphics
  7. Add incredible machines and other devices to the game

The discovery and introduction of modding—specifically crowd-sourced modding for Minecraft—literally changed the game. Talented programmers would put out new Minecraft modpacks for their fellow Minecraft players to download and enjoy.

With new official content being released every so often plus the thousands—if not hundreds of thousands—of new free mods being released every year, Minecraft’s replay value is virtually unlimited. Players can simply download and install new content whenever they start to feel bored with their current gameplay.

Installing Mods

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