The Konkrete Forge ore Mod has been a favorite for many players, since the mod came out. I for one have enjoyed the changes that this mod has brought to mining in MineCraft. Now, not only can you dig up ores and gems but you can also create 1.16.5 items, buildings, traps, and more with these precious resources. This simply allows you to have a little more fun while playing MineCraft as you now have more freedom to do what you want with the resources that you are mining.
The basic idea behind the ore block is that you mine down ores and then gather them into one block. The block itself becomes a resource. The block can be used for a variety of different things. For example, if you are looking to make a fence or some other type of structure, the ore can be broken down into gravel, stone, cement and other materials that can be used in the construction process. If you are looking to make armor, weapons, and other types of equipment, you can do that as well. Of course, you can get even more with the ore block by adding on more blocks of various ores and gems.
Now, some people might say that it’s cheating to be using the block to gather resources. That is to say, you can actually build structures where there was previously no structure. Now, while this might sound like cheating, it’s not actually legal in most cases. It is however considered a “modifier” and so it can technically be used as such.
However, most people tend to ignore this aspect of ore-blocking and just keep on mining and farming. In addition, many people tend to keep on mining and farming even when they should be working on something else. The result is that the game gets boring, especially if you are just playing for a few hours every day. And so, the Konkrete Forge mod actually was created to remedy this issue. Now, when you mine and harvest blocks from the bottom, the top, or both, you get crafting materials which are then put into your inventory.
You can then use those crafting materials to craft other blocks, such as walls, floors, or even furniture. You basically get a block type from each resource you mine and use it to block something else. This makes mining and farming much more interesting as well as a bit more balanced. Now, the block you get from the ore will also match the ore type you mined from, but it will have a different texture, and sometimes a special type of block will be assigned.
For example, sandstone and claystone block types will produce a brick-like block, while sandstone will produce a dune-like stone block. You can also get cobblestone, Slate, and Granite as ore blocks as well. However, cobblestone and granite will produce cobblestone bricks and granite, respectively. Slate and Marble will produce only one type of stone, while Iron and Silver will produce two, and each ore will yield two types of metal. Hopefully, you’ll end up with a very balanced game because now you can craft resources to sell and make tools to help you level up!