New Winter Mod

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– Changed physics (Truck accelerates and the drifts were not)
– The rain changed to snow
– Drops on the windshield replaced by traces of wet snow
– Removed the howling Blizzard
– For 1.14.x version

Authors: Icemann29, Versetti, SaxofoN


9 thoughts on “New Winter Mod

  1. i guess its kind of silly but i ask anyway. my question is… how does this mod work, is it always winter from time i load the mod until i unload it or does it have season, sometime snow melts and then freezes again?

    1. It is always winter from time you loaded the mod, don’t have season.

  2. why it doesent work on version 1.4.2

  3. Azhar Azhari

    Hey Friends, Is This Mod Work In 1.13.### ?

  4. Still would like to see a few things fixed, shorther days. So it gets darker much faster. Atleast here in norway it start to get dark at 15:00 (3pm), and also the sun raises wery late. And the temperature in the display changes. Now its like 20 degrees and snow, so yeah… xD

  5. OzTrucker

    Nice looking mod but unable to download it from sharemods. So painfully slow. Can you pls upload it to Mega or Mediafire. Thanks. Keep up the good work.

  6. This is an amazing looking mod, I have to admit. It’s obvious that a lot of work was put into making sure everything was textured to make it look like a winter wonderland. Like a few others, I do have a few small complaints – namely, it would be nice to see the sunrise/set times changed. I don’t know what it’s like in the majority of Europe, but for me, the sun is very rarely still up at 9:00PM, and it is completely dark during the winter at that time.

    This mod also says it changes the physics, but I could not see anything different here. You can still take turns at around ~90/100Kph and not have any problems.

  7. Is it slippery?

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