The Minecraft Minecraft modding community has always been a bit divided over the latest additions to the popular sci-fi RPG.
The latest addition is the addition of an ore-rich ore that can be mined through the use of an alloy called Aluminium.
The mod has attracted a great deal of attention, and it seems like the community has decided to embrace it, despite the controversy.
It’s the first time that the mod has been released since 2012, and since then, it’s been updated by more than 20 different mod authors.
As you may know, Aluminium is an alloy of two elements: aluminium and iron.
It is used in some forms of armour, for example, and can be found in various places.
It can also be used to build blocks, and is used to make metal, like the ones that make up the most commonly mined aluminium ore.
“Aluminium ore is extremely rare, and the only thing we know is that it is very hard and has a high melting point,” says the creator of the mod, Modders Resource.
“If we mine it with our hammer, it will break apart into millions of tiny shards that are not a lot bigger than the diameter of a grain of sand.
It will take a huge amount of work to break it apart.”
The amount of aluminium in an ore block depends on the material it’s made of, and this determines its strength.
It also has an important role in the process of producing the aluminium alloy itself.
“When we break down aluminium into its constituent elements, we find out what it looks like, what it’s used for, what its properties are, and so on,” Moddors Resource explains.
“We use this information to produce a variety of tools and other items that are more suitable for the use in the game.”
This is where the idea of Aluminium Mining came from.
“This article originally appeared on Wired UK.