Too Much TNT Mod 1.15.2/1.15 and 1.14.4 – Adds 50+ TNT’s

As if Minecraft wasn’t fun enough, now you can unleash your inner Michael Bay and have so many and different explosions with the Too Much TNT Mod 1.15.2/1.15 and 1.14.4. You can choose from having a TNT that when explodes builds you a house, or you can have a meteorite go down wherever you want to with this Mod, do you want to know how? Stick around.

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What is the Too Much TNT Mod?

As the name implies, the Too Much TNT Mod adds to your explosive inventory a ton of new TNT blocks and throwable dynamite. Not only you have the TNT’s that increase the power of the explosion, but you also have TNT’s that have fascinating abilities that will spice up the gameplay and let your imagination fly with the number of scenarios that you can create in the world of Minecraft.

What does the Too Much TNT Mod do?

The Too Much TNT Mod adds exploding blocks that not only increase the size of the explosion that the standard TNT block provides, but there are also blocks that go from x100 TNT to x500 TNT.

There are exploding TNT blocks that can drill holes like the Drilling TNT; there is the Mining flat TNT which will flat-out the mining floor, there is the Animal TNT which will leave animals upon explosion. There is the Floating island TNT; you also have the Nuclear TNT that not only goes a big blast but drops nuclear waste as well which causes damage and poison and many more!

What is the goal of the Too Much TNT Mod?

This mod is as fun as useful, you may feel like mining but would like to be more efficient and less time consuming, it’s as easy as setting up a Drilling TNT followed by a couple of Mining flat TNT’s and you are all set.
You may want to play around with the explosive power of the x500 TNT and create a new body of water with the Ocean TNT; you may wonder how the Minecraft world looks like when a meteor hits after a Nuclear TNT has been detonated, it is up to you.
There are a lot of things that the Too Much TNT Mod allows you to do, giving the player a sense of playing in a sandbox which goes great with the concept of Minecraft.

Throwable Dynamite

The Too Much TNT adds throwable dynamite to your inventory as well, it’s a weaker version of the TNT blocks, it gets every ability available besides building houses upon exploding, it adds to the ways you can fight enemies.

Too Much TNT v3.0 – Changelog


-GlobalEntityRegistry is removed, bettering the compatibility rate due to no entity id conflicts
-All Block and Item IDs can all now be changed at once in config.
-Entity IDs can now be changed in config.
-FloatingIslandTNT knockback bug brought back down to reasonable levels.
-Hell’s Gate messes with the time of day and is much better 
-MeteorTNT bug of post explosion is now gone.
-Changed the way ChemicalTNT explodes
-Tabs now have clean names
-WoodHouseTNT can become any wood type at random
-BrickHouseTNT’s carpet can become any color at random
-Mankind’s Mark has been vastly improved (randomized variables for unique house looks)
-Fire and SnowTNT are slightly smaller
-Nuclear waste poisons entities
-HellFireTNT contains less fire and lava for more realistic Nether look
-GhostTNT changed to add effects as opposed to falling through ground
-Added TNT: SphereTNT, ArrowTNT, LightningTNT
-Added TNTGods: Pompeii, GlobalDisaster
-Added Dynamite: IceDynamite, TimerDynamite, ReactionDynamite, AnimalDynamite, FloatingIslandDynamite, DynamiteFirework, SpiralDynamite, GroveDynamite, SphereDynamite, ArrowDynamite, LightningDynamite
-Many TNTs (not all) on the laggy spectrum have major reductions in lag time
-May now be server compatible (I don’t know because I can’t test this)

How do you install Too Much TNT Mod?

Follow the next couple of steps to install the Too Much TNT Mod:

  1. Make sure you have already installed the Minecraft Forge.
  2. Locate the Minecraft application folder.
  3. Move the mod you have downloaded (.jar file or litemod) into the Mods folder.
  4. When Minecraft is launched go ahead and click the mods button, you should now see the mod installed.

If you still have doubts please visit our detailed tutorial on Installing Minecraft Mods.