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Top 10 Minecraft Mods (1.19.4+) - 2023

Published May 3, 2023
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YUNG's Better Nether Fortresses (Forge):

YUNG's Better Nether Fortresses

One of the latest additions to the expanding collection of mods by Yung is the improved Nether fortresses. While vanilla Minecraft's Nether fortresses are not necessarily dull, this mod enhances them in various ways. The fortresses become more extensive and intricate, and a central room is added to explore. If you're seeking a way to spice up your Nether Fortress experience, this mod is definitely worth trying out.

Promenade (Fabric):


The main focus of this mod is to introduce new biomes and animals to the game. Although the number of additions is not extensive, the quality of the content is top-notch. The newly added biomes are intricately detailed, complete with unique blocks, and the animals, particularly the Capybaras, boast impressive animations. Overall, the mod offers genuinely unique and special features, which is always a welcome addition.

Vulkan Renderer Mod (Fabric):

Vulkan renderer

This mod has greatly improved the game's FPS and overall performance on my computer. While the sodium mod already provided a sufficient boost, the Vulcan mod has further enhanced it significantly. Although this mod is still in its early Alpha stage, some bugs may be present. However, if you're seeking to maximize Minecraft's performance, this mod is definitely worth considering.

Enhanced Movement (Fabric):

This mod is a crucial upgrade that enhances your movement abilities significantly. It allows you to double jump and dash in any direction, which will revolutionize the way you navigate and explore new areas. Other upgrades exist, but none are as straightforward and powerful as this one. You don't want to miss out on this chance to improve your gameplay experience.

Dropz (Forge & Fabric):


One of my top picks for Minecraft mods is the one that adds more realistic item-dropping mechanics. This particular mod makes objects behave as if they have real physics, rolling around and coming to a halt in a satisfying way. It's enjoyable to experiment with and adds an extra level of immersion to the game.

Time Control (Forge):


This is a simple mod that enables users to adjust the length of both day and night in Minecraft. Personally, I believe that this feature should be included in the vanilla game as a game rule, but unfortunately, it isn't. However, this mod works seamlessly and allows you to extend or shorten the duration of both day and night to your preference. So, whether you want longer days or faster nights, this mod has got you covered.

Show Me Your Skin! (Fabric):

Show me your skin

Show Me Your Skin is a great mod that enables players to customize the visibility of their armor. With this mod, you have the freedom to adjust the transparency of your armor to zero percent, allowing you to showcase your skin while wearing netherright armor. This feature can be applied to every armor piece, even elytras, making it a fantastic way to personalize your gaming experience.

Chest Tracker (Fabric):

Chest tracker

Here's a helpful mod for those who struggle with finding the items in their inventory. Simply hover over the item and press the Y key to locate it in a specific chest. Additionally, naming a chest with an anvil will display its name on top of the chest model. This feature makes it a great tool for keeping track of your items.

Amplified Nether (Forge & Fabric):

Amplified Nether

One of my favorite Nether mods is Amplified Nether, this mod doubles the height of the Nether, so it's possible to come across massive drop-offs. I recommend using this mod with a Shader for optimal visibility since vanilla Minecraft doesn't allow you to see very far in the Nether. However, the decision to use a Shader is entirely up to you.

Distant Horizons (Forge & Fabric):

Distant horizons

Finally, I am thrilled to share with you the Distant Horizons mod! This incredible mod will allow you to use render distances that surpass what is possible in vanilla Minecraft. With the highest settings possible, I have set the render distance to a mind-blowing 256. The best part is that the rendered and unrendered chunks blend seamlessly, making it difficult to differentiate between the two. Even when you zoom in, you can notice only a slight difference. Get ready to witness breathtaking views and explore amazing distances like never before!

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