Welcome back everyone, it is time for the second installment of my Minecraft Mod Reviews. This week I will be discussing the mod Inventory Tweaks.
The major features of Inventory Tweaks include a sorting system for inventories and chests, automatically replacing broken tools or replacing item stacks, and other shortcuts to simplify inventory management.
The sorting feature allows for the above inventory to be sorted at a push of a button to a more convenient fashion as shown below. The actual order and other customizations can be made to meet an individual’s preferences. The initial configuration and setup for these sorting rules is a tad confusing, but can simplify game-play significantly once finished depending on how a player keeps their hot-bar.
Additionally there are many shortcuts, a few of which have been integrated into Vanilla Minecraft since release 1.3.
The auto-refill feature can save tons of time while building, eliminating the step of opening your inventory and refilling. I have found that it does not always refill consistently and can be more of an inconvenience. Occasionally a block will not place as it should and you could drop a fatal distance if you are standing there.
Other than that small set-back, I have found little to complain about this mod. Besides, any features I do not like – I can simply turn off. I recommend everyone gives this mod a try once to see if it fits their playing style.
The Inventory Tweaks mod uses Forge and installation is a simple drag-and-drop. More information can be found here.
I appreciate all feedback, good or bad. I am also willing to help troubleshoot mod installation. Just go ahead and send me a message on the EmpireMinecraft website.
*Until next time*