Utility Worlds

Utility Worlds Mod supplies three types of worlds that players can access by crafting the corresponding portals: Mining Portal, Void Portal and Garden Portal. Each of them has some different characteristics and can be used for a specific purpose like mining, construction or agriculture, but the ultimate aim is to save spaces for the Overworld.

Utility Worlds Mod

Similar to Aether 2 Mod, World Utility Mod is especially useful when you want to expand your world of minecraft without spending much effort and time.


  • Each crafted portal will create a new dimension and transport the player there when first activated by right-clicking
  • At the location where the player arrives in the new dimension, a Return Portal is placed. You should use this to return to your crafted portal.
  • Portal blocks can be picked up and moved, even to other dimensions.
  • Return Portals can only be moved within the dimension they were generated.
  • Server OPs can right-click a new (not yet activated) portal while sneaking to forcibly link to an existing dimension, using a GUI. Linking from within a Utility Worlds dimension to the overworld (via GUI) should be used with caution. The created overworld portal can be in a bad location.

Common for all worlds in Utility Worlds Mod

  • No weather.
  • Always noon (sun at zenith).

Mining World characteristics

  • Completely flat.
  • No caves, water or lava. Note that other mods may override this behavior, there is no attempt to prevent this.
  • Five layers of flat bedrock.
  • Ore generation and mob spawning are in Extreme Hills.

Void World characteristics

  • Black sky (star brightness is configurable, default is no stars).
  • Considered a plain biome.
  • No structures.
  • 9 x 9 stone platform where the Return Portal is created.
  • If a player dies in the Void World, the respawn is at the same location as when initially entering the dimension. Keep a block there to avoid death loops.

Garden World characteristics

  • Completely flat.
  • Only consists of 4 layers of dirt on a single layer of bedrock.
  • No ore generation.
  • No mob spawning.


Mining World

Utility Worlds Mod Screenshots 1

Void World

Utility Worlds Mod Screenshots 2

Garden World

Utility Worlds Mod Screenshots 3




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.

Utility Worlds Mod Download Links:

File Name Status Game Version Date
UtilityWorlds-1.7.10 Beta 1.7.10 Apr 27, 2019
UtilityWorlds-1.12.2 Release 1.12.2 Nov 23, 2018
UtilityWorlds-1.12 Beta 1.12 Jul 2, 2017
UtilityWorlds-1.10.2 Release 1.10.2 Jan 22, 2017
UtilityWorlds-1.11.2 Release 1.11.2 Jan 22, 2017
UtilityWorlds-1.10.2_1.0.10.jar Release 1.10.2 Oct 27, 2016
UtilityWorlds-1.9.4_1.0.9.jar Release 1.9.4 Jun 30, 2016
UtilityWorlds-1.8.9_1.0.9.jar Release 1.8.9 Jun 30, 2016
UtilityWorlds-1.7.10_1.0.9.jar Release 1.7.10 Jun 30, 2016
UtilityWorlds-1.8_1.0.7.jar Release 1.8 Jun 5, 2015

Credits: Zarkov

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