A couple of different things are uniquely modifiable in Biblio Craft: Biblio Craft, so I’ll start out with them. The first one is the tools. You can get specialized mining tools, as well as hammers, saws, drills, and more. Some tools are only available for use in certain places in vanilla Minecraft, and that’s what sets Biblio Craft apart. The result is that you can get just about any item you can imagine, making your experience a lot more varied.
The second thing you can customize is the recipes. There are currently over 200 recipes, which cover nearly every vanilla block and item. These recipes are not the kind of “one size fits all” kind of recipes you’d usually find in a vanilla game. Instead, there are clearly detailed descriptions for how to make the items, and for what purpose. For instance, you could make a simple bookcase from an iron block, but you could also make an entire room full of bookshelves, if that’s what you think will be useful to you. There’s a lot to this system than meets the eye, and it allows you to customize your experience a great deal.
One thing that really caught me off guard was the amount of imagination that goes into creating the finished product. Biblio Craft takes a lot of creative license, because many of the blocks and items used in crafting are completely unique. So, while some basic tools and recipes might seem very simple to create 1.16.5, others require the creative imagination of a rocket scientist. If you’re looking for a simple way to get started, Biblio Craft is definitely a good option.
The one thing I found lacking in Biblio Craft is the lack of support for mod-packs. I’ve downloaded several of the most popular ones, and they worked perfectly fine, but since I don’t play on Java server I was unable to login to them. That’s a real bummer, since it would have been great to have some creative input. Overall, Biblio Craft is a fun creative crafting game that I look forward to trying again.
On a final note, if you’re going to try Biblio Craft, make sure to read the instructions and get some practice before attempting anything more advanced. I had no idea what I was doing the first couple of times I attempted to make something, and I ended up making more mistakes than I ever thought would happen. But, after learning more about crafting, I’m planning on getting better at this game. I’ll probably end up making my own stuff rather than buying it, but either way I’m happy with Biblio Craft.