If you are interested in creating a realistic and fun multiplayer mod for MineCraft, then integrating tunnels is the best way to go. There are many ways you can do this depending on your skill level. But it’s important that you start out small and expand over time as you become more experienced. Here are some tips for getting started.
There are two main ways to create 1.16.5 a custom tunnel – either by designing the terrain and letting the MineCraft Mod creator do the rest or by simply editing an existing tunnel. For those of you who feel like designing the terrain, there are many useful tools on the MC Mod site that will allow you to build a topographical map of your terrain. Using this tool, you simply choose which tiles to place and how to arrange them on the bottom of the screen.
To make your own tunnels, you’ll need to choose what file types you want to place in the tunnel. There are tons of options available, so it shouldn’t be hard to find the ones that look the best. For instance, the cobblestone tile looks like cobblestone when placed in a normal-looking tunnel, but when you move it close to other tiles it looks more polished and designed for traveling. There are also several other options like stone, asphalt, clay and gravel. You can also get different tile types for different terrain, giving you an unlimited number of possibilities when designing your MineCraft terrain.
Once you have your terrain ready, you need to start building. To do this, select the Create Tunnel option from the Main Menu. You will then be given two options: A premade tunnel or a custom one. Since you’ve already chosen the type of tunnel you want, selecting the custom option should automatically prompt you to choose a tile model. Just like in the game, you click on the tile model of your choice and place it in the pre-made tunnel.
There are some tile models that are automatically generated, but for the ones that aren’t, you will have to pick them from the ones that are already placed. When you have them selected, the next step is to drop them down and click on the ground to place them. When you’re doing this, a message will pop up telling you that the tile you have dropped is now an obstacle in front of you, preventing you from crossing it.
The last step is to build the actual mining tunnel by following the onscreen instructions. You will need to use the appropriate tiles, so it would be in your best interest to pick up a few of them while you’re browsing the mod’s tileset. If you happen to pick up some extra unneeded objects, just drop them as they will be dropped down once you’re done digging. With these simple steps, you can easily get started with mining through the tunnels provided in the Minecraft Mod.