The mod adds moon, mars, and other dimensions and allows mod pack creators to create their own space survival components. Each dimension has its own gravity and skybox, as well as the oxygen requirements of the player and mobs. You can fill a spacesuit with oxygen or use life support blocks to build a sealed moon base. The moon is a hostile Earth to me, but it’s rich in iron, and Mars has more variation.
Build a basic rocket ship and fill it with fireworks. (To steer your ship, press and hold the Jump button.) You can reach the moon by launching from Earth into the sky. You’ll be able to build more complex rockets using resources from the moon, which will allow you to go farther into space.
Contrary to common perception, make sure you pack some extra oxygen (follow the progressions to understand the basics). It is fundamentally possible to create a very safe atmosphere in space by subtly utilizing the life support system. For all intents and purposes, this is a very simple structure, with power and oxygen generators supplying the sealed life support block, which is usually rather large.
If this patch is very well received, I intend to add a considerable number of additional preset planets and moons. For any changes of the moon or user-specific extra dimensions, configuration files are located in the /agape directory, which is pretty significant for all intents and purposes. Skybox textures, for all intents and purposes, can be placed straight in the jar under the /environment subdirectory, or so they believed.
How to install:
- Minecraft Launcher Vanilla can be downloaded and installed.
- Fabric API Installer for Vanilla Launcher may be downloaded and installed here.
- Run the.jar file you just downloaded, select the version you want, and click “Install.”
- Start Minecraft, select the Fabric profile, then press the Play button.
- On the desktop, press the Start button.
- Select the option to Run.
- Press Enter after typing percent appdata percent into Run.
- It’s saved in Roaming/.minecraft/mods.
- Place the jar on the table. Place the files in the mod folder and start Minecraft.