Townscaper, despite being a somewhat niche game, has a pretty respectable modding community for the PC version. If you’re looking to mod your Townscaper experience, here are the 5 best mods for Townscaper.
The 5 Best Mods for Townscaper
Before we start with the mods, please keep in mind that the mods can only be used with the PC version of Townscaper; unfortunately there is no mod support for the mobile versions.
Most of these mods require a specific version of MelonLoader in order them to install correctly. Don’t worry if you’ve never installed a mod for Townscaper before, as all the mods on this list provide detailed instructions on their respective GitHub pages. So, without further ado, let’s get started with the 5 best mods for Townscaper.
1. Townscaper ModUI
Townscaper ModUI is an essential mod if you want to get started with modding Townscaper. ModUI doesn’t add anything to the game itself, but it provides an easy-to-use interface that is compatible and sometimes required for other mods. ModUI isn’t required by every mod, but it does make it easier to configure some of them.
By the way, did you know that there are secret buildings you can make in Townscaper? They require you to put down foundations in specific formations, but you can make things like gardens and lighthouses to make your towns even more beautiful.
LittleFirstPerson is one of the coolest mods for Townscaper right now. This mod basically adds a first-person mode to the game, letting you walk around your city as if you’re looking through the eyes of townsfolk. It’s super cool to see your town in a whole different perspective, especially if you’ve built a complex town.
LittleWeather is a neat little mod that adds some weather effects to Townscaper. You can make it rain or snow on your town, and you can even change the intensity of the weather. Use it with the LittleFirstPerson mod for some cozy strolls through a winter wonderland.
BuildHelper is a pretty self-explanatory mod, as it provides you with a variety of tools that can help you build your town more efficiently. If you’re a power builder and love making complex towns, BuildHelper is incredible helpful, as it provides tools that let you copy and paste buildings, mass change colors, and more.
TextureManager is a mod that allows players to add their own textures and palettes into the game. If you want to add some more color choices to the game, this is the mod to use. This mod comes with a bunch of textures built into it, and you can even create your own!
There you have it, the 5 best mods for Townscaper. Although the game itself isn’t receiving anymore updates, the modding community will continue to add new features to the game. If you have any other mods you’d like to share for Townscaper, let us know in the comments below.
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