Want a more realistic Minecraft?
The Waving Plants Shaders Mod will do that for you. Minecraft’s grass, by nature, isn’t very realistic. It sort of waves in the wind, but not in a way that real-world grass waves.
The Waving Plants Shaders Mod fixes that and adds all different types of plant wave speeds. This is more than just a shader or texture pack mod; instead, it’s a new game feature that is designed to enhance your Minecraft world.
This mod is particularly popular among those who make in-game videos of Minecraft. It enhances the appearance of your videos and makes your entire game world looks better. It does a particularly good job of complementing biomes mods – like ExtraBiomesXL.
Some gamers will get a low framerate after installing this mod. Don’t worry! You don’t have to uninstall it completely. This mod lets you pick and choose which waving features you want to install. So if you don’t want your pumpkins to wave in the wind as you walk by, you can remove that using the in-game configuration file.
In the rain and in grassy biomes, this mod looks absolutely stunning. It’s a small addition to your Minecraft world, but it’s an addition that is instantly noticeable. Check it out today!
How to install the Waving Plants Shaders Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5
Step 2) Run the Forge installer and choose Install Client
Step 3) Open .minecraft and create a folder named Mods
Step 4) Place the ShadersMod.jar inside that /mods folder
Step 5) Run Minecraft and choose Forge from the profiles menu
Step 6) Click Play
Step 7) Go to Options
Step 8) Click Shaders and choose Open shaderpacks folder
Step 9) Drag and drop the Waving Plants Shaders into that folder
Step 10) Choose Waving Plants and then click Done