I am a returning minecraft player who enjoys modding and using them. I have a few questions.
- Last version I played was 1.7.10 which was the version to go for modding due to the large amount available, has that changed?
- I noticed that mechanic mods such as Builcraft are still on 1.7.10 as of 5th Feb, but I have not gone into details in searching for the versions all those mods I loved, so if I were to advance my version to newer ones. How much modding freedom do I lose. What about the amount of players playing the mods?
@TreFast 32: 1.8? I have to say I disagree on that. 1.7.10, like 1.6.4, is one of the platforms that currently dead mods that are famous are currently residing. 1.8 is usually skipped. As for 1.9, 1.10, and 1.11, 1.9 is usually skip and some famous mods are in 1.10 and 1.11. As for 1.12.2, that's where new and old famous mods are residing. @Ramyskie: 1.12.2 is the best version for modding in my opinion. This is the lastest version so many people have their eyes in this version. 1.7.10 may die completely in 1.13 as 1.13 have a very big boost performance update that may force other people especially those who have lower end computer to play in this version. Correct me if I am mistaken.