Hungry Animals

The Hungry Animals mod gives animals in Minecraft a more realistic tone. They are naturally more afraid of you and other people so taming must be practiced carefully or by use of traps. You’ll see a meter when you hover your pointer over an animal and that explains the health, hunger, and tamability of them. They will also feed and reproduce on their own.

meter

Animals now have the capability to survive on their own. They will find their own food or risk possibly starving. They will also find a mate naturally and nature just finds a way. Everything maintains balance with or without your interaction.

mates

You can also use new tools to help you tame animals. The trap, bola, and slingshot can all be used to stun or trap animals and you can then walk up to them without them running away.

Trap

Trapped

Bolo

BoloTrapped

Slingshot

The bottom meter is the one to pay attention to when taming these animals. It will range from red to green, red being wild and green being tamed. The traps aren’t meant to harm the animals but are meant to be a means to get close to them without them running away. Once you spend enough time around these animals, you’ll then be able to tame them.

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Hungry Animals, 3.93 / 5 (74 votes)

Comments

  1. Does this work with modded animals? Preferrably Mo’ Creatures and Animals Plus animals.

    April 29, 2016
    • No, it works only with vanilla animals :c

      May 2, 2016
  2. What about Exotic Birds?

    April 29, 2016
  3. Love this mod so much! I also have the Mo’ Creatures mod and it works with This mod! 😀

    May 1, 2016
  4. i like challenging mods. they modded survival worlds. it is also a great addition to my modded survival worlds!

    May 11, 2016
  5. but can you tame hostile mobs?

    July 6, 2016
    • probably not, or it would defeat the purpose of their titles! 😛

      September 11, 2016
    • i think so i use the traps to protect my base?

      February 8, 2017