In my free time, I work on a lot of mods for a game called Minecraft. You’ve probably already heard of it, because basically everyone has. Anyway, one of the mods I made became pretty popular. The other ones.. not so much. Here’s a list of all of them, though.
Alternatively, you can also just look at my CurseForge profile for a list.
(A mod about a lot of useful stuff that is combined by weird ways of trying to balance the stuff. It’s in a lot of modpacks, so that’s nice I guess.)
Also, it has a changelog, an online version of its manual and a Twitter account.
Not so active-ish anymore
(A mod allowing server admins to configure certain areas to allow and disallow certain actions. Originally made for a friend’s server, now just sort of abandoned because the code is a mess.)
(Neat concept in my opinion, mod that stores your settings in a global folder so you can access them from different Minecraft instances. Never really took off, though)
Tool Head Swapper
(Also a neat concept I just wanted to make happen. You can swap out the materials of vanilla tools in a crafting table, so you can turn an iron pickaxe into a diamond one etc. Never really went anywhere either, though.)
(A joke mod that turned into a reddit meme for a brief amount of time. Makes villagers explode whenever they look at a pumpkin. Don’t know either.)
(A mod that makes you able to configure the hardness and harvest level of existing blocks. Useful for map makers, made for a friend’s modpack.)
Given to other people
(A mod that adds a cool armor with modules that can smelt your items and store your stuff and make you stronger and faster and whatever. Given back to canitzp after he gave it to me after I.. it’s.. confusing. But it’s his now.)