Dynamic Surroundings Mod 1.16.5/1.12.2 for Minecraft is a mod increasing the reality of the game with an ability to create natural effects such as lighting and thunder, desert storm, a sound effect in nature and other strange things.
Before knowing more about the mod, we will remind you of some current weather effects of Minecraft as well as several problems of its reality surrounding. Firstly, the rain in Minecraft is entirely artificial when it is raining similarly in four seasons. Sometimes, there will have some lightning attaching with “bullshit” effects, which is different from the real rain. Next, we will discuss individual weather of every biome. As if the desert will be one of the most dangerous biomes because of its drought; however, there are a lot of sandy storms, whereas the desert has several dried trees, villagers, lotuses and sand in Minecraft. Perhaps, it is enough to talk badly about the game; we should find some solutions to solve this problem, right? The answer is right in the mod which we will review; Dynamic Surroundings.
Mod will add some new features to the game as the following:
- The level of rain depends on the area, time and biome.
- It adds some new kinds of weathers such as Sandy storm, some effects like Night Time Auroras, Storm Intensity, Dust Storms, Sky Haze and Visibility, Lava Fire Jets, Ocean BubleJets, Sand Storm in Desert Biomes, etc.
- Several new special effects (particle effect), and the sound of every block.
Note that this mod only creates some new weathers relating to the weather of the biome. Therefore, it will increase the reality, not influence to the gameplay of every biome.
You can download the latest version of Dynamic Surroundings Mod now at the link below and install as instruction. Remember to check the mod whether it requires any core mod to run! Have fun!
How to Install Dynamic Surroundings Mod 1.16.5/1.12.2 with Forge Modloader
- Download Forge Installer, Dynamic-Surroundings.jar file.
- Right click Forge Installer, Run as Administrator and press OK to install Forge. (You can skip this step if you’ve installed Minecraft Forge)
- Open Start on desktop > Open Run (Or you can use the Windows + R keyboard shortcut)
- Type %appdata% into Run and press Enter.
- Go to folder /.minecraft/mods
- Put jar file of the mod you have downloaded into mods folder and then run Minecraft. Done!