Hexxit Minecraft mod bundle puts adventuring first

hexxit_minecraft

By on July 6, 2013 at 1:47 pm

The crew behind the Technic collection of Minecraft mods has done it again, this time offering a bundle called Hexxit which aims to offer “endless wonder” in both solo and co-operative play for gamers who want a little less sandbox and a little more adventure.

The Dungeons and Dragons-inspired bundle includes a number of mods which up the RPG focus of Minecraft, so that you’ll be visiting more rewarding dungeons and earning more for your exploration troubles than just another landscape. There are some old favourites here like Not Enough Items and Armor Bar, but also some less familiar offerings like Treecapitator, Battle Towers and Infernal Mobs.

Get hold of the Technic launcher and catapult yourself in now, for free; Technic has opened a donations jar if you like what you see.

Source: Technic via PCGamesN

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Great mod but its full of crashes unfortunately

 

>a donations jar

I see what you did there.

 

Or you could download the Feed the Beast launcher and have a stable, less buggy RPG minecraft game with out being asked for donations.

 
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