Welcome to Agricultural Satisfaction! An add-on that rewrites the entire farming mechanic, by making it a big aspect of the game. It adds rewards and challenges to such mechanic, making it a worthwhile and beneficial part of the game. This add-on is currently in beta, so a lot of stuff here may change or be entirely removed in the future.It’s very small at the moment, but I plan to expand upon it more with later updates.
There are many additions in Agricultural Satisfaction. Such as:
NEW Crop | Tomatoes
Tomatoes are a new crop of this add-on! You can start a farm of these by collecting them within plains villages. Tomatoes aren’t planted like usual crops, they can be planted on the bottom face of farmland or rich soil. Once a tomato crop has grown into it’s final stage, it can drop 1-2 tomatoes. On their own, tomatoes give good saturation and 2 hunger points. You can get three tomatoes and a bowl in a crafting table to make Tomato Soup, which can stack up to 16.
NEW Crop | Avocados
Avocados can be obtained by the Farmer Villager. They can drop 3-4 avocados. To replant them, you must make a pit out of them in a crafting table. It’s most important use at the moment is creating Bread with Avocado, a neat little upgrade to bread.
NEW Entity | Butterflies
Butterflies are a ambient mob, they don’t do much. Their presence alone gives a unique look to any build with them! There are 4 variants,: The Blue Morpho, Red Admiral, Monarch and Swallowtail. Take them on the go by using a bottle on it!
NEW Equipment | Farmer Hat
The Farmer Hat is a new item that allows you to receive the Happy Farmer effect, when standing in fully grown crops, you can receive regeneration. The equipment can also allow you to harvest beenests without angering bees!
NEW Entity | Worms
Worms are a very helpful entity! They spawn in taiga biomes when it’s raining, be sure to bottle them up since they’re quite rare to find and aren’t breedable. Worms can eat up dirt to turn them into a new block called Rich Soil.
NEW Block | Rich Soil
Rich Soil is obtained when Worms transform dirt into this new block.
NEW Block and Farming Mechanic | Planter Box
Planter Boxes are very helpful for anyone trying to get into farming, they’re made with 5 planks and 1 block of rich soil. Their use is to give more produce when you harvest the crop, you can even plant vanilla crops on them! You cannot plant melons or pumpkins though, since they are different than the standard.
NEW Food Items
There’s all sorts of new food items to craft. They’re all pretty balanced out in eating times, saturation and nutrition. Make sure to eat them all!
NEW Entity | Beetroot Buddy
Beetroot Buddies are a new helper. They will harvest crops and replant the seeds but won’t pick it back up the produce itself. Use your imagination on how to automatically collect the items ;). Beetroot Buddies also have a tired mechanic, if you want them to work very productively, they must have a good sleep. They can sleep on any carpet block. If they don’t sleep through the night, they will be less productive and will most likely fail harvesting. One can obtain this veggie friend by spraying a suspicious brew onto a fully grown beetroot crop that’s planted on a planter box.
How to Install Agricultural Satisfaction 1.0
- Installing the mod on Agricultural Satisfaction 1.0 (.mcpack):
- Download the mod files marked .mpack from the links below.
- Just open the files and the game will automatically install everything you need.
- Launch Minecraft and go to edit the world.
- Select Texture Sets.
- Find the texture pack and activate it.
- Select Presets.
- Find the extension and activate it.
- The mod is installed, enjoy the game!
- Latest version: v3 Compatibility: Android / IOS / Windows 10 / Xbox One