RandomTweaks Mod for Minecraft 1.12.2/1.11.2

RandomTweaks Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 implements a bunch of miscellaneous tweaks in Minecraft. RandomTweaks Mod is very lightweight – it is only a couple of kilobytes and adds virtually no loading time to the game.


When installed on the client, it is 100% compatible with vanilla servers. When installed on the server, it is 100% compatible with vanilla clients. Additionally, it is compatible with both 1.10.2 and 1.11.2.

What do you classify as 100% vanilla compatible?

When it is installed on the server and a vanilla can join it, it is vanilla compatible. If it is on the client and does not add any items, blocks, entities, achievements and enchantments, it is vanilla compatible. Under these rules, mods like FastLeafDecay and Stackie are vanilla compatible.

Features so far:

  • Reload the sound system. When changing the default audio device, Minecraft fails to update to the new device. This is especially annoying when I am using my Bluetooth headset, as it occasionally disconnects from my laptop. By default, F8 reloads the sound system. This is much faster than pressing F3+T, which reloads all resources, and can take up to 5 minutes, or even more in large modpacks, which is especially annoying.
  • More Roman numerals. Minecraft supports enchantments from -32768 to 32767, but its localizations only have values for the levels 1 to 10. Minecraft also supports way more potion potencies than just 3 (which is what is defined in its localizations). A resource pack that contained all of these values would be massive (several megabytes large), so this mod dynamically generates them with absolutely no performance overhead.
  • Default gamerules. Supports different gamerules for different gamemodes and world types. A commented out (so effectively disabled) example is generated when the game is first launched. They are dynamically loaded every time a world is created, so you don’t have to restart the game when you change them.
  • /hunger. Sets your hunger level and your saturation level.
  • /deletegamerule. Occasionally I accidentally create a gamerule and have to manually delete it in level.dat. This command allows you to delete gamerules.
  • /rtreload. Reloads the configuration. This does not reload the client-sided tweaks.
  • A configuration option to disable hunger resetting on death. There’s also a minimum hunger value you can set so the player doesn’t die instantly when you respawn.
  • Squid spawn control. Set the max squid pack size, the maximum allowed squids in one chunk, and how far a squid can spawn from a player. Inspired by Squidless. Note: The squid chunk limit doesn’t stop squids from moving into another chunk.
  • The bucket is moved to the Tools creative tab.
  • Ocelot healing. When you right click a tamed ocelot with raw fish, it heals.
  • Sleep tweaks.




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.

RandomTweaks Mod Download Links:

File Name Status Game Version Date
RandomTweaks 1.12.2- Beta 1.12.2 May 5, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.11.2- Beta 1.11.2 May 5, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.12.2- Release 1.12.2 Apr 30, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.11.2- Release 1.11.2 Apr 30, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.12.2- Release 1.12.2 Apr 25, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.11.2- Release 1.12.1 Apr 25, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.12.2- Release 1.12.2 Feb 12, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.11.2- Release 1.11.2 Feb 12, 2018
RandomTweaks 1.12.2- Release 1.12.2 Oct 22, 2017
RandomTweaks 1.11.2- Release 1.11.2 Oct 22, 2017
RandomTweaks 1.12.1- Release 1.12.2 Sep 11, 2017
RandomTweaks 1.11.2- Release 1.11.2 Sep 11, 2017
RandomTweaks 1.12.1- Release 1.12.1 Sep 10, 2017

Author: TheRandomLabs

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