Have you ever wanted to create an aquarium in your Minecraft house for the joy of keeping those nice little fishies in your house, or so they thought? Alternatively, you may give your faithful axolotls a location to effectively dwell in peace in a large sense. Only to essentially find your selections fairly… in a subtle manner. In general, the situation is constrained and suboptimal. With blocks that make things bulky, and windows that don’t actually allow you build a proper aquarium with them because they’re in the middle of the stupid block and flood both sides when waterlogged.
No need to look any further, my friends! because I’ve finally done what no one else seems to be doing, despite the fact that I’ve seen folks talk about it but no one ever seems to do it! WELL, I DID, AND NOW I’M HERE TO TELL YOU ABOUT IT. GET OUT THERE AND BUILD THAT BEAUTIFUL AQUARIUM YOU SO DESERVE! no one told you that you had to fill the aquarium with water. These objects can be used as tanks for all of your zoo’s customized critters!
If nothing else, remember this: If you want a complete block tank, use a glass block; if you want a tank pane style tank, use a glass pane!
So now is the part where I explain you how to get one of these things if you haven’t already clicked off or decided you want one. All you have to do now, my buddy, is manufacture some glass and deliver that delicate object to the stonecutter. That’s right, the stonecutter, we’re going to CUT the glass into shape and there won’t be anything it can do about it except SUBMIT. Then you build the tank of your dreams with your wonderful new tank pieces! With this initial set, I did my best to construct as many parts as I could think of in order to give the most creative freedom.
How to install:
Make sure Minecraft Forge is already installed
Find the folder containing the Minecraft program.
- On Windows, choose Run from the Start menu, enter percent appdata%, and press Enter.
- Open finder on a Mac, hold down ALT, then select Go then Library from the top menu bar. Look for Minecraft in the Application Support folder.
Place the.jar file of the mod you just downloaded into the Mods folder.
The mod should now be installed when you open Minecraft and select the mods icon.