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The world is much more complex than everyone thinks. The reality we can see with our eyes is only one of the many that make up our universe. And although we cannot see them, these other dimensions influence ours in significant ways.
Did I forget to mention the world I’m talking about is the virtual world of Minecraft?
As every Minecraft player knows, each world inside the game features three different dimensions – the Overworld, the Nether and The End.
These three realities are extremely important to the game as a whole, offering something else to do outside crafting and venturing out.
If you’ve managed to brave the Nether countless times, and explored The End so thoroughly that it no longer holds any secret, then you’ve come to the right place: the following mods add new dimensions to Minecraft, each with their own secrets and dangers that only the bravest adventurers will be able to conquer!
15. Advanced Mining Dimension
A dimension made only of caves? A dream come true for any hardcore miner.
Or their worst nightmare, depending how much that miner enjoys his job.
Advanced Mining Dimension adds a configurable dimension made only of caves that will let you create the tunnel network of your dreams. Which are probably some very weird dreams, considering you could dream about much happier stuff.
Still, a fun mod definitely worth trying.
14. Runic Dungeons
The time of magic is nigh, so ready your staff and your potions: you’ll need them very soon.
Runic Dungeons introduces a new dimension filled with different magical dungeons that can only be accessed after finding the Magic Chalk in temples, crafting a Magical Staff, and then building one of the portals. All unique stuff exclusive to the mod.
Once inside the Runic Dungeons you’ll also be able to gather different amulets that enhance your stats, but only if you have the Azanor’s Baubles mod installed. Power always comes at a price, after all.
13. The Bumblezone
Is that the Flight of the Bumblebee I hear in the distance? Welcome to the Bumblezone!
The Bumblezone is a new dimension that’ll make you feel like you entered a bee’s nest. All you’ll see around you are Honeycomb Blocks, Honey Blocks, Honey Crystals, and tons of bees.
And they will get very, very angry if you touch any of their precious honey. So angry that not even Diamond gear will be able to protect you from their wrath. You’ve been warned.
There’s no better place to go for a relaxing vacation than Tropicraft.
And no, I did not spell Tropics wrong.
Tropicraft is one of the oldest dimension mods ever made for Minecraft. But still one of the best looking out there.
It features luscious vegetation, striking sunsets, and a plethora of items and characters that will make sure you remember your vacation for a very long time.
11. The Betweenlands
What could ever be between this world and another, if not the Betweenlands?
The Betweenlands is a dark dimension where an ancient civilization once thrived. A place where mysterious creatures wander in search of unprepared guests, and food sickness and tool corrosion are real dangers.
With over 300 new blocks and 350 new items to boot, the Betweenlands will prove to be a challenge. Even for Minecraft veterans!
10. The Erebus
If spiders black as night do not scare you, then you should definitely take a trip to the Erebus.
The Erebus is a new dimension in Minecraft populated by all sorts of giants insects that seem vicious and extremely dangerous.
The mob’s vanilla AI has been completely reworked as well, so their behavior is different from what you’d expect. And even passive mobs can turn rabid if you bother them. Scary stuff.
9. Atum 2: Return to the Sands
You’d better make sure you have enough water now. Cause it’s time to venture out into the desert!
Atum 2: Return to the Sands is a massive mod that adds a new dimension featuring 9 themed biomes, new dungeons and ruins to explore, new mobs to fight, new special artifacts, and (surprise surprise) a pharaoh boss battle.
What were you expecting to find inside a pyramid in the middle of nowhere? Cookies and rainbows?
8. The Beneath
Massive is the real name of the game in the Beneath dimension.
This modded dimension is a massive mining dimension. Almost double the size of the Nether.
It features massively powerful mobs, diverse gameplay options, and dangers lurking behind every corner. And lurking in the darkness. Which is enough to kill you by itself. Now that’s hardcore!
7. The Lost Cities
Adding a new dimension is a thing of the past.
Changing the entire overworld is the future.
The Lost Cities mod is among the few that do not add a new dimension to Minecraft, but rather change the regular overworld.
With this baby installed, the overworld becomes a sprawling city complete with highways, bridges, tunnels, and even a functioning subway system that’ll have you jumping from one dungeon to another much quicker.
Ah, subways: every adventurer’s best friend.
6. The Twilight Forest
There’s nothing that screams adventure more than a forest.
And this is more true in Minecraft!
The Twilight Forest is a dimension exploration mod that’s mostly geared toward adventure. It’s filled with new creatures to fight, dungeons to explore, and new loot with unique properties.
Not to mention beautifully haunting vistas that serve as the most amazing backdrop as you take down one of the more vicious bosses you’ll ever encounter during the journey.
5. Dimensional Doors
When you see a mysterious door out in the middle of nowhere… you know what you have to do, right?
Dimensional Doors is among the most unique Minecraft dimension mods ever released.
It adds a lot of unique features, like doors made out of different materials that lead you into different pocket dimensions. Not to mention some very interesting dungeon mechanics that play on the theme of “multiple dimensions” and the fabric of reality.
So what are you waiting for? Open that door and enjoy a world of possibilities!
Myst has come to Minecraft, complete with all its beauty and its haunting mysteries.
Mystcraft is a dimension mod that brings the mechanics of the classic adventure game over to Minecraft, allowing players to access multiple dimensions called Ages.
You can also write an entire adventure around them, and make sure the legend will continue to be told to younger generations for years to come. Such is the power of mods.
That which is not dead can lie eternal, and with strange eons, even death may die.
AbyssalCraft adds a new dimension to Minecraft in more ways than one.
Not only does it bring new worlds to explore (that are extremely dark and very dangerous), but we also get an H.P. Lovecraft influence that certainly increases the game’s rating to AO.
Let’s thank the Great Old Ones that mods are not ESRB rated!
2. The Aether II
Nothing could ever be the same, high up in the skies.
The Aether II, sequel to the original mod of the same name, adds a new dimension located in the sky.
In Aether it seems everything, and I truly mean everything, is different from the regular Minecraft experience.
New changes to mobs, crafting, and every other mechanic. Heaven or Hell? You decide.
1. Extra Planets
To infinity… and beyond!
Turn into the Minecraft version of Buzz Lightyear with Extra Planets, an amazing dimension mod that lets you explore all the planets of the Solar System, complete with radiation mechanics that dictate how much you’re able to survive on any given planet.
Fun and educational at the same time? Hard to believe, but playing is believing.
Add space rockets, launch pads, space suits, and some new mobs, and you get the definitive Minecraft dimension mod every player should try. To the Stars!