Vanilla Minecraft has a basic stacking system. Players can stack most blocks on top of one another in their inventory to make a complete stack. You can stack grass and dirt blocks, for example, without issue.
But then you’ll get the random block that can’t be stacked. That’s frustrating and it doesn’t always make sense. Why can I stack some things but not others?
The Stackie mod changes that allows players to group all items of the same type into stacks of a maximum of 2048.
Obviously, the main benefit of this mod is being able to more easily organize your inventory. You no longer have to juggle around those unstackable items or items with small stack limits. With Stackie, your inventory can be as neat and tidy as possible.
Here are some of the notable items you can now stack with the Stackie mod (although keep in mind that Stackie supports all Minecraft items):
All of the items listed above can be stacked in stacks of 64.
There are two concerns some players have with this mod in regards to cheating: first, you can stack a bunch of food on top of one another and then spam that stack of food to instantly heal yourself. This can make battles ridiculously easy – all you need is a stack of food or two.
The other concern is that vanilla Minecraft doesn’t allow you to carry around 64 Mine carts for a reason – nobody could fit that many Mine carts in their backpack!
The new stacking system works with experience orbs, which means you can stack XP into a stack of a maximum of 2048 items.
Whether you think it’s cheating or not, the Stackie Mod is a valuable mod that changes one of the most frustrating aspects of Minecraft.
How to Install the Stackie Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5
Step 2) Download the latest version of the Stackie Mod from here
Step 3) Drag and drop the mod’s .zip folder into the .minecraft/mods folder
Step 4) Delete the META-INF folder
Step 5) Start playing and enjoy!