Tinkers’ Construct was built by mDiyo and progwml6, and is being maintained by boni and KnightMiner. It gives Minecraft new tools and weapons, as well as other useful and decorative blocks.
Tinkers’ Construct includes new designs that allow the player to create tool parts out of a variety of materials, including cactus, paper, and obsidian. Each material has its own set of characteristics that can improve the end product’s capabilities.
What is Storage Tinkers Construct?
Tinkers’ Construct is a mod in which you put tools together in a variety of ways and then tweak them till they become something new. The tools are permanent and can be renamed and altered as you choose. They’re yours forever after you’ve made them. Your tools can be made out of a variety of materials.
Tinkers’ Construct has a wide range of tools, from standard pickaxes and shovels to the Hammer, which can clear any stone/ore in a 3×3 area, and the Mattock, which is a mix of an axe, shovel, and hoe. There are also customizable arrows and bows.
Tinkers’ Construct generates new ores, such as Aluminum, Cobalt, and Ardite, as part of the world generation process. These can be used to create more complicated tool parts in the Smeltery, which is a multiblock structure. If the Other One Bites The Dust mod is loaded, they can be processed in other mods’ machines.
Despite the fact that Tinkers’ Construct is primarily focused on tool manufacture, it includes blocks such as Clear Glass that can be used for other purposes. The Materials and You books, which are provided to all players when they initially spawn, will contain the majority of the knowledge.
Tinkers’ Construct is compatible with Natura, a mod by mDiyo that adds a variety of additional trees, berries, and crops to the game. Tinkers’ Mechworks, Tinkers’ Steelworks, ExtraTiC, Tinkers’ Construct Tooltips, Another One Bites The Dust, and Constructs Armory are some of the extensions for Tinkers’ Construct that are currently available.
1. Where did copper, tin, aluminum, and other metals go?
A: Tinkers no longer add any more generation other than Cobalt and Ardite. It does, however, support any mods that automatically add them.
2. The Smeltery has vanished!
A: Navigate to your configuration directory. TinkerModules.cfg is located there. There, enable the Smeltery.
3. Is there anything about previous Minecraft versions?
A: Active development is always focused on the current Minecraft version. Backports to older/previous versions will not be available.
4. Tinkers’ causes Optifine to break my game.
Optifine modifies the rendering process. There’s nothing I can do about it if it crashes the game. Tinkers’ Construct employs no special rendering techniques.
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