February 12, 2018
We’ve been busy creating a ton of new content for our LearnToMod users the last few months. A lot of users have been asking for new badges that they could have fun with so we created 4 new themes! Pac-Man (4 badges) http://mod.learntomod.com/badge_pointers/9297 Mini Game: Find the Block! (4 badges) http://mod.learntomod.com/badge_pointers/9294 Cookie Clicker (3 badges) http://mod.learntomod.com/badge_pointers/9292 […]
October 12, 2017
Learn how to mod Power Rangers in Minecraft with our new Mighty Morph Time badge! You will need a LearnToMod account to access the badge tutorial page. This badge is the first badge in our Power Rangers badge series. You’ll learn how to create a mod that allows the player to morph into one of […]
August 30, 2017
Taking a quick look at Minecraft’s surface would tell you it’s a simple survival sandbox which allows you to do pretty much anything your imagination desires. Take a closer look, however, and you’ll realize that Minecraft also offers many skills to be learned, as creating functional Solid State Drives or scientific calculators in a video […]
May 11, 2017
What is the Freeze Entity Mod? Creepers and zombies and all other types of crazy entities roam the Minecraft world, making it sometimes impossible to survive. While fighting these entities, sometimes they respond too quickly, causing you more damage than the other way around. We at LearnToMod created a “freeze entity” mod that will help […]
April 16, 2017
Text-based vs Visual-based Coding Coding is often thought to be extremely complicated and too intricate for younger children to learn. However, LearnToMod helps to simplify these concepts so that students of any age can more easily and quickly pick up the ideas. There are two different types of programming: text-based and visual-based. The prior is […]
March 17, 2017
Getting Started Coding is not the easiest thing to learn; it may sometimes be tedious and frustrating, especially for younger kids. However, LearnToMod is an amazing way to turn a difficult task into a more engaging and interesting challenge for students. By using Minecraft, an interactive game, LearnToMod teaches students computer science while having fun. […]
March 1, 2017
If you can get at least 6 questions right you’re a true fan. If not, we’re afraid you’re just a bandwagoner (just kidding!). Try to see if you know some of Minecraft’s beginnings! Questions When did Minecraft exit Beta and officially become a finished game? 2010 2011 2009 2012 When was Minecraft’s first playable version […]
February 23, 2017
Twilight Forest is a pretty unique Minecraft mod that adds a whole new realm to the game to go along with the Nether and the End. What to Expect Jumping right in, the new realm, called Twilight Forest, adds a ton of new features to revitalize the game. The first thing you’ll notice upon entering […]
February 22, 2017
Storage Drawers Storage Drawers is a mod for Minecraft that adds a new storage option to the game in the form of drawers, as the name might suggest. For those of you who are organization freaks like me, this mod will be the solution to all of your organizational problems in the games’ stock chests. […]
February 5, 2017
Regarding Minecraft, 2016 has been a relatively slow year for the PC version, with Microsoft and Mojang working hard to bring PC features over to the Console and Pocket Editions. However, the biggest news of the year for the PC version would be the release of the much-anticipated Exploration Update which is one of the […]
November 26, 2016
Looking to play some Thanksgiving-themed Minecraft with the family this Thursday? Or maybe spending it alone, or in travel, and still want to find a way to celebrate? Look no further; here are a few Minecraft mods that will bring in some holiday spirit and re-ignite your passion for the game. It will bring in […]
November 9, 2016
We get this question every year from parents: How do I give LearnToMod to my kids as a gift? This year, we’re making it easy for parents by sharing a printable holiday gift cards that explain all the Minecraft Modding tools and fun your student will get with their gift!
October 24, 2016
October 1, 2016
Top Sept. mod 1: ComputerCraft In short, ComputerCraft implements small, programmable computers into your Minecraft. Using the Lua programming language, you can program your computer to do just about anything; from programming a simple game of snake to programming a computer to do your wood harvesting, to creating a game of text-based Minecraft. Updated for 1.10 […]
September 17, 2016
Minecraft in its vanilla state is already a fantastic game, offering thousands of hours of entertainment, with the option of doing it by yourself or with friends. This can, of course, be expanded by looking into some mods from Minecraft’s enormous modding community. For some, the search might seem intimidating or require time simply not available, […]
May 19, 2016
Recently, we experimented with connecting LearnToMod to a Raspberry Pi. Now we’re able to control LEDs connected to the Raspberry Pi from inside Minecraft! Check out our instructions for how to do this yourself!
May 6, 2016
This Team Deathmatch library helps LearnToMod users create the coolest multiplayer mini-games to play with their friends! Start making your Team Deathmatch mod today!
May 3, 2016
The Content Crew plays a new aggravating mini-game that builds a maze with invisible walls. The objective of the game is to first collect the armor and sword, find the battling arena, and defeat the enemies! But… you’re not able to cheat, can’t type commands, and can’t break the walls!
March 15, 2016
Are people stealing all your hard-earned Diamonds? No more worrying about thieving friends stealing your stuff on your server with the Private Chest Mod!
Use force lightning. Lift your enemies into the air. Wield a lightsaber. What more could you want from a Star Wars mod? And because it’s on LearnToMod, you have full control over customizing this mod and making it your own!
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