Tired of mining every single ore that you see? Scared of taking your time in mining an ore vein with your back against the darkness of the cave? Or are you just that lazy to do any tedious work like mining? If any (or all) of your answers are yes, then this mod is the right one for you.

Created by username portablejim, Vein Miner is a mod that helps players mine veins of ores by creating a chain reaction.

Inspired by the Connected Destruction Mod by Bspkrs. In this mod, ores of the same type that is near the ore you mine will be mined as well in a chain.


Although it is based on the mod connected destruction, there are many aspects where this mod has its advantages. For example, this mod can be optionally installed in the client for hotkey support. It also supports personal settings per client basis. It also requires the right tool to mine (for correct drops) and features an in-game UI for changing the settings.

To use Vein Miner mod, you need to have vein miner installed on the server (or the client for single player games). For added options and support, you can also install the mod to the client along side the serer.

By editing VeinMiner.cfg, you adjust many aspects of the mod including IDs, tools allowed, and so much more.

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Vein Miner Mod is not all about vein ores and mining. The same concept can be used when chopping trees. As such, an option in the config to allow quick tree cutting is available for those interested.

If you are having trouble, you can type /veinminer in the in-game console for help and details.

To see the mod in action, please watch a mod spotlight below.


How to install Vein Miner Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10

  1. Download and install Minecraft Forge mod loader

  2. Download the latest version of Vein Miner.

  3. Hold Windows key and press R to open the Run… dialog, or go to Start > Run.

  4. Enter %appdata% and navigate to your .minecraft/mods folder.

  5. Drag and drop the .zip file downloaded in step 2 into this folder.

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Minecraft is a voxel-based game that runs on a Java platform. Because of this, the game has many limitations, but can be modified just as much.

One particular thing you can change in the game, is the memory the Java application uses while playing. Changing this alters the performance of your Minecraft game, especially if you are running several mods at once.


When in game, pressing “F3″ will show you a couple of details regarding your game. Once is the player’s position, where he is facing, how many mods installed and other details. On the upper right corner of the screen there is also the used memory and allocated memory which we will discuss.


What’s the difference between Allocated Memory and Used Memory?

Allocated Memory is simply the RAM that the game reserves from the system – this reserve memory cannot be used by any other program except Minecraft. The Used Memory is the actual RAM that the Minecraft game used and should be below the allocated Memory. A lot of memory also goes to the processing video card where most of the performance based on.

Why Should I Allocate More Memory to My Minecraft?

Basically, allocating more RAM does not mean you are increasing it’s performance. It simply means you are giving it more space to move. This is particularly useful when using resource pack that has high definition, using mods, and increasing map rebuild.

How To Allocate More Memory?

First of all, this is for Minecraft windows /Java version – and thus it requires you to have a full Java version.



Before anything else you should check your free memory. Do so by going to the Task Manager > Performance and check the “Free Physical Memory”.


Now open your Minecraft Launcher and edit your profile.


On the new window that pops up, look to the lower left corner and check the box JVM Arguments.

On the box provided, type in “-Xmx(N)G” where N is the number of RAM by Gig you want to allocate, or  “-Xmx(N)M” where N is the number of Ram by Megabytes you want to allocate.

For example. -Xmx1G means I am allocating 1 gigabyte of ram on my Minecraft. Hit save profile and you’re done!

By doing this you will now allocate more memory to your Minecraft! Happy Playing!



Created by Hazzat, Love & Tolerance is a jolly cute resource pack that features a lot of pink and
cute textures

This brightly colored resource pack is inspired with the My Little Pony franchise and cartoon series and is therefore meant for girls who love jolly and vibrant colors.


This resource pack features brightly coloured blocks and simplistic and yet clean cartoon graphics and some pony pictures and paintings.

Although it is based on the My Little Pony series, it does not have a straight slap to the face pony pictures and graphics making the entire resource pack unisex compatible.


Love & Tolerance also doesn’t stray far from the vanilla textures, as a result all structures will look generally the same with or without the resource pack installed.

This resource pack is also designed for My Little Pony maps and is therefore the best way to explore Equestria.


The resource pack makes use of the advance texture rendering and utilizes the connected textures, random mobs, and animated textures. To experience the full features of this resource pack, it is recommended to install the Optifine mod or use the MCPatcher tool.


Because it is made for My Little Pony, the Mine Little Pony Armour mod is also supported and features awesome vibrant textures that makes everything look jollier and lovelier.

Perhaps the best part about this resource pack is that it features quality art and vibrant graphics with no performance lost as it has the same resolution as the vanilla default which is 16 x 16.

Love & Tolerance is separated into three downloads: Full version, No music version, and Music-only version. The Full version includes both the added textures and custom music while the other two versions are self-explanatory.

How To Install Love & Tolerance Resource Packs for Minecraft 1.7

  1. Download the latest version of the texture pack here.

  2. Load Minecraft.

  3. Click on Texture Packs (or Options > Texture Packs).

  4. Click Open Texture Pack Folder OR press WindowsKey+R and type %appdata%\.minecraft\texturepacks

  5. Place the texture pack in this folder and wait until it shows up in your client.

  6. Select the texture pack and click done.

Are you a fan of My Little Pony? Well I bet you liked the resource pack above! Share your experience and your thoughts by leaving a comment below.


This week, we’re going to feature a unique survival island seed with a rare submerged stronghold that you just can’t get enough of.

The seed is:

On this seed, you will spawn in the middle of a tiny island with nothing but 9 trees, several grasses, a small patch of grass/ dirt, and a chunks of sand with two sugar cane growing on the edge. The island is a bit steep so there is not much space to build on.

At first glance this map is similar to your standard island survival map, but the truth is – it is not.


Unlike other island survival seeds, this seed features a rare stronghold below sea level, flooded and submerged right next to the island. When activated, the stronghold is the gateway towards the End.


The stronghold also has a silver fish spawner that spews out non-swimming silver fish that floats outside the Stronghold – a great way to see real fishes in minecraft.


Not only that, this seed also features not one, but two ocean monuments introduced on Minecraft 1.8. These two monuments are several chunks apart so exploring them one by one would take a long time. These ocean monuments features gold block treasures with a lot of guardian mobs. They also hold a couple of elder Guardians which act as the monument’s mini bosses.

If you can’t manage to find the monuments, they are at these coordinates.

Monument 1: x: 711 y: 62 z: -281

Monument 2: x: 200 y: 61 z: – 217

To explore them correctly and accurately, it is best to bring along Night vision potions with  you.

Overall, this seed features a good island survival challenge and a lot of adventure awaits the player – including the final battle with the Ender Dragon in the End.


This seed is available for Minecraft 1.8 under normal setting.



Minecraft maps are down right boring, luckily there are mods to improve it.

Some map-generating mods like Zen minimap or Rei’s Minimap features an updating mini map on the side of the screen without the need for players to craft it. These mods are obviously advantageous to the player but it may be too overpowered and may break the game’s immersion for some.


Unlike those mods, Antique Atlas features a unique item that function like the vanilla map item but with an improve RPG-like art and feel into it. This fancy looking book is a record of maps on all your visited loction.

The GUI is based on RPG games like Zelda and works in conjunction with Quests mod.


The map features an antique art that can be dragged or moved with arrow keys. The map art is similar to the Lord of The Rings maps on the original books – making the RPG element feel more genuine.

Every version of this mod introduces new features including an Atlas API, the ability to export PNG image to the current dimension of the map, map markers, and zoom in and out functionality of the map.

For immersive purposes, the atlast requires a book and a compass to craft. Right clicking on the empty atlast will create a map in regards to the player who activated it.


By exporting the map, you will get a PNG image similar to the one shown above. The image is best for RPG servers with sites that promote it.

Supporting the Developer

Everyone is free to use the mod, and the source code of the mod, and even include them in mod packs. The only thing the mod author requests is that you give credit to him for all his hard work and effort on the development of his quality standard work.


How to install Antique Atlas Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10

  1. Download and install Minecraft Forge mod loader

  2. Download the latest version of Antique Atlas.

  3. Hold Windows key and press R to open the Run… dialog, or go to Start > Run.

  4. Enter %appdata% and navigate to your .minecraft/mods folder.

  5. Drag and drop the .zip file downloaded in step 2 into this folder.


Did you find this mod helpful and immersive like we did? What does your town look like with this mod installed? Share your thoughts and your map by leaving a comment below.


Do you love the Elder Scroll Games, especially Skyrm? if you do, then you’ll probably love this map.


Created by schrumpfkopf666, the Ender Scrolls is an open world single player RPG map inspired and roughly based upon the world of Tamriel (continent of the Elder Scroll V- Skyrim)


In this open world map, you’ll have 72 quests including the main line or main story quests, guild quests, special quests, and a lot of side quests. This map also features many non playable characters or NPCs that populates the entire realm.


NPCs are supplied by the Custom NPC’s mod created by Noppes that also makes the quest system possible. As such you will be needing the said mod in order to play the map.


The Quests

On the main quest line, the player should stop the mysterious Enderman Lord Elijah who tries to release the Daedric Lords on the realms of Minecraftia

The Mage Guild quest line is a simple story line but with a lot of twist. In this quest you join the Mage guild and find out the true goal of the Archmage

Protectors of Arenor quest line is a challenging side story where you will be send to destroy the Cuelebre and their leader.

Apocalyptic Horsemen is among my favorite side quests in which you will help a small village Grumash and challenge Death himself to fight.

Added on the enhanced edition is the Ebony Warrior quest line that opens up after completing the 4 questlines above. In this quest you will find and challenge the legendary Ebony Warrior which will be the strongest opponent you will face.



Of course this map too has its rules and requirements. First this map is for SINGLE PLAYER ONLY, and thus playing in multiplayer won’t work. You also need to have the custom NPCs mod installed for the quests and NPCs, The player is also not allowed to break any blocks and play in survival.


World Map


The color lines of the map represent its difficulty by region. Green is the easiest, yellow is the average and red is the hard.


How to Install The Ender Scrolls – Enhanced Edition For Minecraft 1.7.10
Download the map here.

Hold the Windows key and press R to open the Run… dialog, or access it via the start menu.

Type in %appdata% and navigate to .minecraft\saves

Unzip the .zip file from step 1 and place the folder in this directory.

Run the launcher with the Custom NPC mod, select single player, and start the game!


How many quests have you been able to complete? Let us know by leaving a comment below.