3 Awesome Thanksgiving Minecraft Mods

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It's that time of year again where we start to show our thanks for the things we have and the things that are to come. This November, gamer's have a lot to be thankful for. There are tons of releases dropping this month but don't let it overshadow the gift -- or rather game -- that just keeps giving. That's right, Minecraft.

Really, Minecraft is like a cornucopia but, instead of being full of food; it is full of mods, including Thanksgiving themed ones. Whether you're Canadian and have already celebrated Thanksgiving or don't live in a Thanksgiving  honored country rest assured that you can still play.

Ready for a feast of gaming? Keep reading!

Minecraft Thanksgiving Modded! Become a Turkey! Mo Creatures and Morph Mod

Supports 1.7.10 and 1.10.2
Get Mo Creatures
Shapeshift with iChun

If you ever wondered what it would be like to be a Turkey, here's your chance. Now, this isn't exactly a turkey specific mod but it does allow for the favourite Thanksgiving bird shapeshifting.

If you need a little help in doing it be sure to check out Smoothscapes video of him using the mods.

[1.4.5][Forge][SMP] Thanksgiving Mod

Created by zimmz92
Supports 1.4.5
Add some Thanksgiving festivity to your game

Decorating for Thanksgiving doesn't have to be a chore, at least not in the world of Minecraft with this helpful mod. Wanting to add a bit of festive content to the typical gameplay, creator zimmz92 created this Thanksgiving mod that allows players to create armor, food and even items that have a Thanksgiving feel to them.

The Jerky Turkey - Rollercoaster for Thanksgiving

Created by Hobo Joe
Go for a ride

Holidays should be a time for fun and well nothing is more fun than going for a ride, especially on a turkey themed rollercoaster. This monster creation is one of epic proportions featuring a looping track, underground segment, slanted drop and more. So go ahead and try it out but, I suggest you digest your food first.

Just like with your Thanksgiving, don't play too much in your first go, there's always room for seconds!

Enjoy!

Published Nov. 2nd 2016

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