Vanilla Tweaks 1.18 Guide

To enhance the appearance of your Minecraft world, you will need a specific mod depending on what you want to add to your world. There are various mods that you can use in Minecraft, and each may have its own features, making it different from others.

One of the great mods to enchant your Minecraft world is Vanilla Tweaks. Among Minecraft players, this mod has been rapidly popular, as it provides a number of features within. Moreover, most features of Vanilla Tweaks will be suitable to use in the game. If you wonder how the Vanilla Tweaks mod works in the game, let’s find out the information below!

Vanilla Tweaks 1.18 Guide

How Does Vanilla Tweaks Work?

Vanilla Tweaks is a Minecraft mod that is designed to enhance vanilla without going overboard. This mod is totally designed to be minimally invasive and configurable to make a user experience like none others.

Moreover, Vanilla Tweaks is everything about tweaking parts of the game that is believed to deliver a little bit better. This mod is mostly subtle changes to improve the default game experience.

The configurable ability makes everything from enabling and disabling enchantments to zooming to be easily configured either from the config GUI, accessible from the mods menu or also from the game menu.

Additionally, the Vanilla Tweaks mod is also advised to remove your config file every time you update this mod. Then, the configuration options may have changed as well. What makes the Vanilla Tweaks worthy to use is that this mod provides a number of resource packs and datapacks, so the players will be able to choose the packs that they want.

How to Install Vanilla Tweaks?

Here’s how to install resource packs!

    • First, click on the ‘Option’ button in the Main Menu.
      click on the ‘Option’
    • Then, click on the ‘Resource Packs’ button in the Options screen.
      click on the ‘Resource Packs’
    • Select ‘Open Resource Pack Folder’ in the Resource Pack Screen.
      ‘Open Resource Pack Folder
    • After that, you may need to drag and drop your downloaded ‘Vanilla Tweaks’ zip into the folder that was opened.
      drag and drop your downloaded ‘Vanilla Tweaks’ zip
    • Now, you will see the resource pack in the list after reloading the Resource Pack Screen.

Here’s how to install datapacks!

    • First, click on the ‘Single Player’ button in the Main Menu
    • Then, find the world where you want to install the datapacks or crafting tweaks. After that, you need to choose it and press the ‘Edit’ button.
    • After that, you can click on the ‘Open World Folder’ option in the Settings menu.
    • Open the ‘datapacks’ folder.
    • Then, move the file that you have downloaded to that folder.
    • You can then right click the zip file,  click on the ‘Extract All’ and then press ‘Extract ‘ option.
    • Then, you can move all the files to the same folder where the .zip file is located.
    • After that, remove the ‘UNZIP_Me’ folder and file.
    • Now, you’ve successfully installed the datapacks and crafting tweaks into your world.
    • Last, if it is already open, you may need to run ‘/reload’ in your world.

Okay, that’s how to install Vanilla Tweaks both resource packs and datapacks.

What’s in the Vanilla Tweaks Mod?

In the Vanilla Tweaks, there are at least three options to choose including Resource Packs, Datapacks and CraftingTweaks. All of them are what you can choose to enhance your Minecraft world.

    • Resource Packs

The Vanilla Tweaks Resource Packs are something about textures, sounds and models. Through resource packs, you will be able to change your crosshair or choose a new menu background. The resource packs are starting from Minecraft version 1.11.

Here’s a list of Vanilla tweaks resource packs!

Resource Packs Model
Aesthetic
  • Alternate Block Destruction
  • Black Nether Bricks
  • Cherry Picking
  • Different Stems
  • Unbundled Hay Bales
  • Unbundled Dried Kelp
  • Solid Honey
  • Solid Slime
  • Desaturated Dark Oak
  • Horizontal Nuggets
  • Etc.
Terrain
  • Bushy Leaves
  • Wavy Leaves
  • Wavy Water
  • Darker Dark Oak Leaves
  • Lush Grass All ‘Round!
  • Alternate Bedrock
  • Brighter Nether
  • Circular Sun and Moon
  • Circular Log Tops
  • Smoother Oak Log
  • Etc
Lower and Sides
  • Lower Grass
  • Grass Sides
  • Lower Mycelium
  • Mycelium Sides
  • Lower Grass Paths
  • Grass Path Sides
  • Lower Podzol
  • Podzol Sides
  • Lower Snow
  • Snow Sides
  • Etc
Variation
  • Variated Dirt
  • Variated Grass
  • Variated Cobblestone
  • Variated Bricks
  • Variated Birch Logs
  • Variated Red Mushroom Blocks
  • Variated End Stone
  • Variated Gravel
  • Variated Mycelium
  • Variated Planks
  • Etc.
Connected Textures
  • Connected Bookshelves
  • Connected Iron Bucks
  • Connected Lapis Blocks
  • Connected Polished Stones
Peace and Quiet
  • Quieter Cows
  • Quieter Endermen
  • Quieter Ghasts
  • Quieter Shulker Boxes
  • Quieter Villagers
  • Quieter Rain
  • Quieter Dispensers and Droppers
  • Quieter Minecarts
  • Quieter Fire
  • Quieter Nether Portals
  • Etc.
Utility
  • Diminishing Tools
  • Ore Borders
  • Budding Amethyst Borders
  • Visual Infested Stone (Items)
    Visual Waxed Copper (Items)
  • Fully Aged Crop Marker
  • Fully Ages Amethyst Cluster Marker
  • Age 25 Kelp
  • Mine Progress Bar
  • Clear Banner Patterns
  • Etc.
Unobtrusive
  • Unobtrusive Rain
  • Unobtrusive Snow
  • Unobtrusive Particles
  • Borderless Glass
  • Borderless Stained Glass
  • Borderless Tinted Glass
  • Clean Glass
  • Clean Stained Glass
  • Clean Tinted Glass
  • Unobtrusive Scaffolding
  • Etc.
3D
  • 3D Bookshelves
  • 3D Chains
  • 3D Pointed Dripstone
  • 3D Amethyst Crystals
  • 3D Items
  • 3D Ladders
  • 3D Rails
  • 3D Reeds
  • 3D Iron Bars
  • 3D Lily Pads
  • Etc.
HUD
  • No Crosshair
  • Dot Crosshair
  • Circle Dit
  • Circle Crosshair
  • Plus Dot Crosshair
  • Square Crosshair
  • Etc.
GUI
  • Smoother Font
  • No Java Edition Title
  • Numbered Hotbar
  • Dark UI
  • Transparent UI
  • Literal Gamerule Names
Options Backgrounds
  • No Dark Overlay
  • Stone
  • Smooth Stone
  • Granite
  • Polished Granite
  • Diorite
  • Polished Diorite
  • Andesite
  • Polished Andesite
  • Deepslate
  • Etc.
Menu Panoramas
  • No Panorama Overlay
  • Classic
  • Ocean
  • Village
  • Bees
  • Nether
  • The End
  • Nostalgia
  • Etc.
Retro
  • Old Minecraft Logo
  • Dirt Background
  • Alpha Foliage
  • Old Cobblestone
  • Old Gravel
  • Old Planks
  • Old Lava
  • Etc.
Fun
  • Xisuma Turtle
  • Xisuma Squids
  • Wandering Xisuma
  • Darth Xisuma Piglins
  • Emeralds to Rubbies
  • Smiley Axolotls
  • Etc.
Colorful Slime
  • White Slime
  • Orange Slime
  • Magenta Slime
  • Light Blue Slime
  • Yellow Slime
  • Etc.
Parity
  • Bedrock Menu Title
  • Bedrock Piston Arms
  • Bedrock Boom
  • Bedrock Dried Kelp
  • Bedrock Map
  • Etc.
Fixes
  • Item Stitching Fix
  • Jappa Observer
  • Jappa Toast
  • Jappa Recipe Button
  • Jappa Stats Icons
  • Etc.
    • Datapacks

The Vanilla Tweaks Datapacks are something about command in-game, control loot tables, change crafting recipes, etc. Through Vanilla Tweaks datapacks, you can also alter your achievements. The datapacks of Vanilla Tweaks are starting from Minecraft version 1.13.

Here’s a list of Vanilla tweaks datapacks!

Datapacks Model
Survival
  • Armor Statue
  • Unblock All Recipes
  • Fast Leaf Decay
  • AFK Display
  • Multiplayer Sleep
  • Etc.
Items
  • Redstone Rotation Wrench
  • Terracotta Rotation Wrench
  • Armored Elytra
  • Player Head Drops
Mobs
  • Anti Creeper Grief
  • Anti Enderman Grief
  • Anti Ghast Grief
  • Double Shulker Shells
  • Etc.
Teleportation
  • Spawn
  • Homes
  • TPA
  • Back
Utilities
  • Custom Villager Shops
  • Spawning Spheres
  • Spectator Night Vision
  • Spectator Conduit Power
  • Item Averages
  • Kill Empty Boats
  • Etc.
Hermitcraft
  • Gem Villagers
  • Treasure Gems
  • Wandering Trades
  • Wandering Trades
  • Tag
  • Thunder Shrine
Experimental
  • Timber
  • XP Management
  • Chunk Loaders
  • Confetti Creepers
  • Elevators
    • Crafting Tweaks

The Crafting Tweaks of Vanilla Tweaks mod are a separate category of datapacks. Through Crafting Tweaks, you will be able to change or add crafting recipes and also add functionality. The Crafting Tweaks is starting from Minecraft version 1.13.

Here’s a list of Vanilla tweaks crafting tweaks!

Crafting Tweaks Model
Quality of Life
  • Back to Blocks
  • Double Slabs
  • Dropper to Dispenser
  • Rotten Flesh to Leather
  • Etc.
More Blocks
  • More Trapdoors
  • More Bark
  • More Stairs
  • More Bricks
Craftables
  • Craftable Gravel
  • Craftable Horse Armor
  • Craftable Coral Blocks 2×2
  • Etc.
Unpackables
  • Unpackable Ice
  • Unpackable Nether Wart
  • Unpackable Wool

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