Hunger Strike Mod 1.16.1/1.15.2 — Widen your food inventory in Minecraft
If you want to heal your health quickly in Minecraft, make sure to check out the Hunger Strike Mod Hunger Strike Mod 1.16.1/1.15.2 . This mod allows you to play the game uninterruptedly by filling up your hunger bar quickly.
About the Hunger Strike Mod
When you are too interested in the game, you can sit down and play for hours without eating. However, your character can’t do that. They need their meals to deal with challenging tasks from the game. If you forget to stock up on food, you might leave your character starve to death. In that case, you need the Hunger Strike Mod to quickly heal your character from starvation.
Features of the Hunger Strike Mod
- Players can fix the hunger bar at half capacity for sprinting and disables health regen.
- The “hunger” effect means the hunger bar will drop below the sprint threshold.
- The “regeneration” effect means the hunger bar will max out.
- Each food item can restore health at half its value. For example, a cookie can be able to restore a half heart and a cooked porkchop has the ability to restore 2 hearts.
What are the benefits of the Hunger Strike Mod?
This mod doesn’t generate your food items or naturally regenerate your health bars. Instead, the maximum hunger level that it can help you recover is half of the bar.
In addition, it is not too easy for players to heal, because you have to craft farm materials or use healing potions. However, a good thing about this mod is that the healing power of food items can be doubled.
Besides, you have a wider food inventory with the Hunger Strike Mod. With this space, you need to stack up on enough food items to survive. Once you get your food inventory widened, you can comfortably do whatever you want, from hunting, farming or mining. Not only will you have all the food you need, but you also have plenty of time exploring and doing other fun things in the game.
Hunger Strike Mod 1.16.1/1.15.2 For Minecraft Download Links
Author: Texelsaur — Source: Curseforge
Originally published at https://wminecraft.net on September 19, 2020.