A new version of Ender Storage 1.16.5 has been released, and if you’ve been looking for a way to add items onto your inventory in the game then the Ender Storage mod is for you. I’ve been having trouble with my inventory over the past few months, it’s not a big problem but it can get annoying when trying to stock up on certain things. The problem is that I can’t seem to find any crafting resources, so I have to drop anything to sell to vendors. This is where Ender Storage comes in; you can now craft your own Ender Chests at a fraction of the cost. Here’s how it works:
You first have to go to the steamer page on the official Minecraft website. Once there, you just have to click on “Get Started!” And after that, you will be prompted for a few details. Make sure you fill them in correctly, and that you’re really interested in the Ender Storage mod. You’ll be directed to a page where you can choose which game version you want to enable this on, and once that’s done, it will work flawlessly on any version of Minecraft.
To use the mod on a version of the standard minecraft, simply extract all the contents of the zip file onto your computer, and then install it. To use the mod on a Wii version of Minecraft, just launch the game through the Steam application. It will ask for a download of the Ender Storage PC mod, and once you have it installed, just follow the on-screen prompts and you will be able to access your inventory. The main screen will look a lot different, with an extra inventory panel for each block. I really liked having the ability to view everything in one location, it made mining much easier!
If you’ve got friends who play the multiplayer version of this game, then you may want to invite them over to try out the mod on their consoles. If you want to try out the free online version first, then I suggest you just download the free online version. It has all the same content as the downloaded version, but you won’t have a chance to see any mod in action. Once you have the free online version, you can login to the multiplayer hub and find the mod there. You will be able to select “Multiplayer Hub” and choose whether or not you want to play with friends. Once you have that setup, I suggest you try the mod out on the “regular” version of Minecraft.
If you want to be able to upload your creations to the online community for other players to view, then you will need an Upload Mod button. With the Ender Storage, you will be able to upload your creations to the community at no charge. There is also a built in support for the upload function in the “Online Play” area of the “Ender” website, so if there are any questions about uploading or other issues, I would suggest contacting support.
One of the best parts of playing with the “Ender Storage” mod is that I get to make some new friends! I have played this game since it was introduced into the public and I always have friends in the chat when I log in. Now, when I am not logged in on my account, I can go to the” Multiplayer “area of the “Ender” website and find my friends there, and actually play with them! It is really nice to have that kind of support for something I have created! There is no way I would have access to this type of mod without the help of Ender Storage, and the best part is, anyone can play online, whether they have the Xbox 360 or Wii version of the game.