Minecraft’s player animations are nowhere near realistic. Humans bend their knees and elbows, and unless you’ve experienced a severe accident, your head is probably not square.
These are problems that the Mo’ Bends Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5 seeks to solve. This mod makes players – and certain mobs – in the game move in a more realistic way. Now, all of the following players and mobs will bend their arms and legs when moving:
These arm and leg bends may seem like a small change but they go a long ways towards making Minecraft look more realistic (well, as realistic as a cartoony, blocky game can be). When players walk, their arms and legs swing realistically and they bend at the knees and elbows. Basically, it adds forearms and calves to the game.
When swimming underwater, you’ll see squid move in a more realistic way (their tentacles bend and curve). Pigs, cows, and zombies are also all animated in the same way, which is particularly noticeable when you’re riding around on the back of a pig.
Best of all, this mod is highly compatible with most other mods. It’s easy to install and you can instantly improve your game. Check it out today by following the instructions below.
How to install Mo’ Bends Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5
Step 1) Download the latest version of the Mo’ Bends Mod from here
Step 2) Extract the files to a temporary location
Step 3) Drag and drop the files from the MoBends .zip archive into the Minecraft.jar folder
Step 4) That’s it! No Forge or ModLoader required because the creator of this mod, Gobbob_Antyvirus, doesn’t like Forge