Portals, an interesting an mysterious feature that was introduces to minecraft. However the two portals that were implemented took you to places where you only really needed to go once or twice. Materials that needed to be harvested for any purpose could be easily obtained and taken back to the over world in time for supper. But what if there were more portals in the world of minecraft which looked and truly were different, taking you to new places and places that already exist in your world. A portal that can take you to the nether, the over world, and a feature the mod added into the game itself, Sky world.
The Portals++mod adds multicolored portals and customizable frames for decoration or role play purposes. The mod itself is SMP compatible and also works on LAN worlds. The portals++ mod is extremely customizable and can be changed to your exact desire. Using this mod can help you make easier and nicer looking portals that you can create to warp yourself to new locations. The mod is very useful and the Skyworld dimension is amazing. When creating a nether portal, simply build a obidian portal; (OF ANY SIZE!) and light it with flint and steel. You will notice that the portal color has changed from purple to red. Creating the portal to the overworld is simple, Create a portal frame out of mossy cobblestone and light it, this will create a green portal color and you can return home easily. To make a Skyworld portal simply make a portal frame out of stone and then light it. Simple right? Unfortunately the portals cannot exceed 16×16 for time reasons and any large portal may lag minecraft for a second.
Portals++ Mod Version 1.6.1 for Minecraft 1.3.2
- New option to change the portal frame blocks
How to install Portals++ Mod for Minecraft 1.3.2
- Download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Browse to %appdata%/roaming/.minecraft and then open the mods folder. If the folder does not exist, create it.
- Drag the entire downloaded mod zip folder into the mods directory.
- Enter the bin folder and open minecraft.jar and delete META-INF