HR: New Beginnings 1.16.5 Minecraft mod is one of the most awaited updates in a long time. Its main focus is on the game’s economy, and how players will be able to buy and sell resources to make the most out of their skills and capabilities. It will also implement major features that may be impossible to implement in the vanilla version of the game. This kind of feature may seem like a huge challenge for any mod designer, but the reality is that many modders have successfully implemented it, so there is no reason why they won’t be able to do the same with the New Beginnings update. Here are some of the things you can expect from the mod.
Starting with the beginning, you may encounter a mysterious stranger that attacks you and refuses to give you your name or any information about your current employer. The attacker leaves you in a small cabin that has no heat and no light. You are required to eat, sleep, and breathe in this freezing cold environment. Your body may start to malfunction after some time if you don’t manage to survive the first night. Some modders may suggest that this will be a part of the game’s story line, but I am pretty sure that the mod would include something different like the player having the option to eat, drink, or simply wait for morning to return.
There are also a couple of starting location options, one of which is the mine-filled plateau. Other starting locations may include the flooded forest and the devastated city. These two environments are both visually interesting, so I can expect the visuals in the final product to be quite nice. A couple of quests may be necessary to progress through the game. As a matter of fact, there are eight in total.
I enjoyed the early portions of the game, especially the cave puzzles and the challenges against the evil marauding bots. The fighting and player versus player competitions in the later levels were exciting too. There were also some bugs that I couldn’t seem to get around. I will have to search through the game to find these, but they did pop up occasionally.
Overall, this was a fun game to play. It took me a little bit of time to adjust to the layout, but once I got the hang of it, things started clicking. The puzzles aren’t too challenging, but they are entertaining enough to keep you coming back for more. Overall this is an enjoyable, unique game with an excellent storyline.
There are going to be a lot more HR games to come that feature the employees as the playable characters. I’m expecting a lot more RPG style games in the future with human resource management games. Keep your eyes open and be sure to check out the official site. I haven’t heard much about HR: New Beginnings yet, but I plan to check it out once it gets released. It looks like it will be a hit with gamers.