All the Mods 3 minecraft 1.12.2 download – all the mods 3 server list by ATMTeam (All the Mods 3 5.10.1.zip – ServerFiles – ServerStarter – Server Files.zip) started out as a private pack for just a few friends of mine that turned into something others wanted to play!
It has all the basics that most other “big name” packs include but with a nice mix of some of newer or lesser-known mods as well.
For example; Thaumcraft, Ender IO, Thermal Expansion for the big names and Rustic, Traverse and FastWorkBench for the not as well known!
Installing a Modpack from Twitch App
Looking for a modpack on Twitch App? Just released a modpack and want to make sure it’s showing up in the app? No problem, that’s easy! This article is a general how-to on finding and installing a modpack from within Twitch App, but keep in mind that CurseForge is designed for Authors, so some terminology may be targeted at those users.
Don’t have the Twitch App yet? Download it here!
As long as the author has followed the instructions here about modpack submission and has a file with the “Release” status (otherwise take a look at this article here, useful if you are still in Alpha or Beta), and the file has been live for more than 30+ minutes, then this article should help you find and install a specific modpack.
First up, navigate to the Minecraft Tab in Twitch App. From here, click “Browse All Modpacks“:
This will lead you to a page that by default is sorted by Featured modpacks. In the top left is a search bar. Start typing the name of the modpack you are looking for:
The modpack you are looking for, provided you have the correct name, should be sorted to the top. Once you find it, simply click install!
After the pack completes its download an installation, it will now appear as a new profile under your Minecraft tab. From there you should click “Play” and have a blast
Can you get to the Creative items by making the “ATM Star“?
In All the Mods 3 we will continue the tradition adding many new mods while going for more stability.
Does “All The Mods” really contain ALL THE MODS? No, of course not: Modlist