Oh The Biomes You’ll Go Mod is an adventure module, giving players a unique, interesting experience that includes challenges and obstacles. It has added more than 80 magical, realistic and amazing biota and various Asset. Please download it quickly!
snow biota: alpine foothills, luxuriant tundra, broken glaciers, snowy blue Taijia forest, snowy coniferous forest, snowy deciduous forest, northern forest, snowy evergreen Taijia forest
cold Biota: Autumn Valley, Steep Cliff, Frigid Forest, Cold Marsh, Blue Taiga Forest, Duofofoshan, Sika Forest, Coniferous Forest, Seasonal Birch Forest, Seasonal Deciduous Forest, Seasonal Forest, Black Forest, Weeping Witch Forest, Beech Forest, Great Lake, Maple Taiga Forest, Evergreen Taiga Forest, Skywood Highland, Twilight Valley, Stone
marine Biota: Freshwater Lake, Dead Sea, Basalt Water Barrier
mild/dense biome: red oak forest, high grassland, deciduous forest, rose field, red spruce taiga forest, tropical fungus forest, pompom onion field, small fungal forest, cherry blossom forest, meadow, fruit tree magic forest, poplar forest, red rock mountain, amaranth field, jacaranda forest, bush land, river tributaries, cliff garden groves, Guyana shield, mangrove wetland, prairie marsh, woodland, tropical island, pumpkin forest, cypress swamp
dry biota: Araucaria savannah, Baobab grassland, sand dunes, Mojave Desert, Red Desert
lower Bound Biota: embers, scorched wood swamps, sulfur caves, Skitamu tropical rain forest, withered forest, Crimson garden, quartz desert, magmatic rock wasteland, crying wolf howling place, fluorestone garden, crying mud, Negative temperature space, weird desert
end-site biome: lamp-shaped mushroom garden, hidden shadow mushroom forest, hidden wasteland, Westke Island, Kongling Island, Night Shadow Tree Forest, Ivis Field, Zipo Peak, Broken Desert, Imparius Grove
1.12.2 Unique biome: bamboo forest, Chapala lowland
add village Variant: jungle village, soil embryo village, sky village
- Chocolate Fix（＜1.16）
How To Install Minecraft Mod
- Press the key combination “Window+R” to Open the Run command window
- Insert “%appdata%” and then press “Enter” to open The “Roaming folder”
- You should see a folder named “.minecraft”. If you see a folder named “mods”, simply open it.
- If you don’t see any “mods” folder in “.minecraft” folder, don’t worry! You can just create a new folder and name it “mods”. Right-click in the folder, choose “New” -> “Folder”, rename the folder to “mods” and you are done!