Christmas is just around the corner. And if you want to play Minecraft while getting into the holiday spirit at the same time, then check out the Christmas Festivities Mod for Minecraft 1.7.4/1.7.2/1.6.4. Also known simply as ‘The Christmas Mod’, this mod adds new blocks, mobs, and items into the game, all of which are designed to give your Minecraft world a holiday-themed appearance.
But one of the coolest additions in the Christmas Mod is the new dimension. The Christmas Mod adds a Christmas-themed world called ‘the Kringle’ filled with candy creepers, candy trees, and lots of snow. Players enter this world through a special snow globe object that can be placed anywhere in your home.
But the Kringle dimension isn’t the only part of the world that has experienced the joys of Christmas. The overworld has also gone through a number of changes to make it as “festive and wintery” as possible. Villagers will decorate their houses with all sorts of different Christmas ornaments and they’ll even throw snowballs around as you walk by.
Meanwhile, players can make Christmas candy using special mint plants, and they can also create ice structures using special ice blocks. The mod’s creators promise to update the mod twice a week until Christmas, so be sure to check back frequently for future updates. In the future, the mod’s creators plan to add Christmas lights, ice men, candy golems, Kringle missions, and more.
Since the Christmas Mod is basically a total conversion mod, it’s not compatible with most other mods in the Minecraft community. But if you want to add a Christmas-themed twist to your Minecraft world, then you can do that using the Christmas mod for Minecraft 1.7.4/1.7.2/1.6.4
How to install the Christmas Festivities Mod for Minecraft 1.7.4/1.7.2/1.6.4
Step 1) ModLoader and Forge are not required for this mod, and it should be installed on a vanilla version of Minecraft
Step 2) Download the latest version of the Christmas Mod from this thread
Step 3) Drag and drop the .class files from the Christmas Mod into the minecraft.jar folder
Step 4) Start playing and enjoy the new Christmas-themed world you have created!