Light The Night Mod

Light The Night Mod generates various glowing things in the overworld to brighten up the dark world at night.

Light The Night mod for minecraft

Night game world is unfriendly to the player. Around darkness. Monsters scour in search of new victims. Light The Night Mod is designed to add to your game a lot of naturally generated light sources that can make the night in minecraft more bright and lively. Among them you will find even glowing trees, mushrooms, water and magic ice.

Features:

  • Glowing trees: spawn in forests in a variety of colors (purple, red, green, blue, and yellow) and produce dripping end rod sparkles from their leaves. Their wood can be harvested to create glowing wooden blocks including planks, slabs, stairs, fences, and fence gates. Supports Dynamic Trees.
  • Glowing mushrooms: found in various temperate and warmer green biomes. Can be used for decorations.
  • Foxfire: a faintly glowing log infested with green fungus that generates in oak trees, often found with mushrooms growing out of it. Does not generate in dynamic oak trees.
  • Rotten Planks: a prank item crafted from Foxfire logs. Crumbles into sticks when stepped on.
  • Swamp Mud: found in swamps underwater. When spawned or placed under 1 to 2 blocks of water, it will start to bubble and make gurgling noises. At night, it will randomly spawn varius colored glowing flames above it (will o’ the wisps) that will vanish if approached. (Ticking tile entities warning: under normal circumstances they do not affect performance since the code running is minimal. However, placing excessive amounts may cause lag.)
  • Firefly Jar: Shift right-clicking a bottle on a grass block will turn it into a glowing firefly jar with tiny yellow particles inside.
  • Infernal Ice: Ice with a magical blue flame trapped inside that does not melt. Found commonly everywhere in the Ice Spikes biome where silk touch can be used to harvest it. Or it can be crafted from ice, glowstone, redstone, blaze powder, and a snowball. When broken by any means (even creative), it makes a bang and a puff of smoke. When hit by an explosion, it instantly explodes with half the power of a TNT block. It also acts like water when touching lava (turning it to obsidian and cobble) and freezes water into ice and packed ice.
  • Glowing Water: Bright, glowing, color shifting blue water found commonly on beach shores. Acts mostly like normal water except cannot be used with swamp mud to spawn wisps. Note: Not oreDictionaried to water so may not work with other mods.

Screenshots

Glowing Trees – The variety of colored glowing trees

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Infernal Ice

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Mushrooms – The three glowing mushroom types as well as foxfire in a tree. (Note: I placed it there, foxfire only occurs in naturally spawned trees).

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Ice Spikes at Night – Ice Spikes biome full of Infernal Ice glowing at night.

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Glow Water – Beaches covered in bio-luminescent water at night.

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An example of a foxfire farm. The initial block is placed in the center. (spreading must be enabled)

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Requires:

Minecraft Forge

How to install:

  1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge.
  2. Locate the minecraft application folder.
    • On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
    • On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
  3. Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  4. When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.

Light The Night Mod Download Links:

File Name Status Game Version Date
Light the Night-1.2.0.jar Release 1.12.2 Dec 5, 2019
Light the Night-1.0.jar Release 1.12.2 Jul 31, 2019

Author: MrCyberdragon

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