Overpowered Inventory Mod 1.10.2/1.8.9
The vanilla inventory in Minecraft leaves a lot to be desired. Sure, it does the basic job, but that is not enough. You want to carry more and do more, and you never want to force yourself to go back to your base – assuming you have one. If you want to play this game on hard mode, travel around for longer, or live life in the wild, you will want the Overpowered Inventory Mod for Minecraft. It gives you more spaces as well as a few other added features. It is simple yet effective, bringing in a function and usability that you will want. Customize it further to suit your personal needs and preferences.
Lacking in Inventory Space
The Overpowered Inventory Mod solves a basic problem – too small of an inventory. If you, like many, find yourself tired of and annoyed with that tiny inventory, this mod will come as a wonderful surprise. It helps you to increase your inventory size in a simple way. It adds more boxes, giving you nearly unlimited space. You can continue traveling and collecting without having to head back to your stash.
The Merge and Store All buttons make it easier to collect items, too. You do not have to go through every item individually anymore, saving you a lot of time. Simply click that single button and bring everything into your inventory. There is nothing else for you to do.
Items stack and work the exact same as they did before. There are no changes here, allowing you to use the inventory as normal. You have more space and the two added features – that is all. There are no other changes here.
Personalize That Inventory
If you still find your inventory lacking, or if you want to have greater control over the size, you can go into the config file. The Overpowered Inventory Mod has a config file that you can alter to your liking. If you want the inventory smaller, you can make it smaller. If you want to change anything else about the mod, this is where you will go. It works like any other config file that you find with mods.
Use the Overpowered Inventory Mod for Minecraft as much as you would like. Simplicity, effectiveness, and clean design make it one of the best out there. You can gain far more from your inventory and from your overall Minecraft experience when you have such control over your inventory.
# Configuration file
# Range of the filter button to reach nearby chests [range: 1 ~ 32, default: 12] I:button_filter_range=12
# Stack to 64 instead of 16 [default: true] B:ender_pearl_64=true
# The exp cost of filling a single bottle. Remember, the Bottle ‘o Enchanting gives 3-11 experience when used, so it is never an exact two-way conversion. [range: 1 ~ 11, default: 10] I:exp_per_bottle=10
# Show or hide the animated character text in the inventory [default: true]
Warning: Playing with Options > Video Settings > GUI Scale: Auto or Large may zoom everything in too much so it goes way off the screen. Suggested to use Small or Normal.
How To Add Overpowered Inventory Mod:
Download Forge for 1.10.2 version and Install Client
Download the following mods (DO NOT unzip them)
Press Start on your computer, and enter %appdata%. Hit Enter
Click on .minecraft
Right-click and create a new file by labeling it with the word mods
Drag downloaded zip files to the mods folder
Close everything and open minecraft.
In the launcher window, change user profile to Forge