This mod simply adds some much needed atmosphere to any map, especially maps in the US Midwest. After enabling this mod, you’ll hear many species of cicadas, red–wing blackbirds, mourning doves, owls, frogs & toads, and maybe even a hawk now and then. At night you’ll see lightning bugs flying around. They’re all dependent on the season and time of day, so don’t expect to hear all of them all day and all night. That would just be weird.
After Critters runs for the first time, you’ll find a file named critters.xml in your modSettings folder (~/Library/Application Support/FarmingSimulator2022/modSettings/critters.xml). You can edit that to change the frequency of sounds, and the maximum number of lightning bugs. Use 0 to turn off any of the categories. As with most things in FS, 1 = 100%, 0.5 = 50%, 2.01 = 201%, etc…
Vintage Farm Signs 126.96.36.199
This mod contains more than 2 dozen signs for various seed and feed brands that were once popular in the U.S., at least in the Midwest. They don’t do anything like earn you money, but they sure make the landscape look better!
Vintage Fuel Tank 188.8.131.52
Here’s a fuel tank that actually looks like a real farm fuel tank instead of the fancy powered monstrosities from GIANTS. The capacity is the actual volume for the tank’s dimensions. Fill it first by walking up to its left side and hitting R to buy fuel for storage.
Special thanks to gmngjoy for the help in getting this to work (again)!
Wardrobe Plus Clothing 184.108.40.206
Wardrobe Plus finally gave us customizable clothing instead of the boring vanilla selection. This is my collection of mods that give you many classic brands, including Oliver, White, Sperry+New Holland, Dekalb, Case, and Farmall. There’s also a Rat Fink collection!
Most of them include T–shirts (male and female, with the female showing a hint of au naturel), sweatshirts (hooded (no, I won’t use that stupid trendy term the kids these days use) and crewneck), Polo shirts, ballcaps, and stocking hats.
All images are in png format, because GIANTS won’t release Mac versions of their tools, so I can’t convert them to the goofy dss format. It’s completely fine.