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26 June 2022

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Minetest, the Minecraft-like voxel recreation engine (and a primary recreation that comes with it) has a giant new release out with Minetest 5.4.0 and it's worth making an attempt once more.

As we covered before during the discharge Candidate stage, one of the massive options for users in this launch is vastly simpler modding with both small mod packs and entire video games. Minetest had a option to browse and obtain all of them directly in the game for some time, however now it may also really download all of the dependencies mods need - making it vastly easier to get what you need and then into a recreation. No more downloading one mod, then discovering all the individual bits it wants.

The built-in base game "Minetest Recreation" also went through just a few enhancements. Whereas quite naked-bones by itself, it does serve as a pleasant base to showcase the engine and for extending with mods. With Minecraft blog has a crafting information, 5 extra wood variants, environmental sounds for lava and lively furnaces, new translations and multiple bug fixes. So it continues the slow and regular build-up into something a bit larger out of the box.

Other new features embody the cross-hair altering when pointing at objects, freely bindable mouse buttons, identify-tags for players now have a semi-clear background, there is a caverns choice for the flat map generation, the 'place' and 'fig' keys at the moment are freely configurable, plenty of modding enhancements and loads of bug fixes total like stopping players being able to accessing inventories of others.

Pictured - Minetest 5.4.Zero with a few mods.

Actually nice to see this free and open supply game engine and sport doing so nicely. Going by the official server checklist, seems to be like fairly lots of people recurrently play various games with Minetest, with multiple lots of on-line on the time this text goes live - awesome!

Full changelog can be seen right here. See more on the Minetest webpage.

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