Noita is a strange game that was developed by an all-Finnish team in 2020. Like many other rogue-like games, it is an action-adventure rogue-like game with a randomly generated setting. Every simulated pixel is literally simulated, which is an intriguing feature of Noita. Permadeath is also present in Noita, meaning that once your character dies, the game is done. There is no “reload” option; you must continue from the beginning. Now that we’ve covered the fundamentals of the game, if you’re a lover of Finnish mythology and can easily see yourself enjoying Noita, you’ll appreciate our selection of the finest Noita modifications.
It turns out that Noita has a tiny but active modding community, and some of the modifications are noteworthy. We’ve chosen to visit Nexus Modifications and Steam Workshop to determine which Noita mods are the greatest and most popular.
1) Hp Regenpercent And Hp Containers
We chose to begin our list of the best Noita modifications with two mods rather than one since Noita’s healing is quite limited. As you take damage, the absence of health pickups prevents you from exploring east or west, or returning to prior parts of the game.
Both HealthContainers and Health RegenPercent are useful in different ways, and both are very configurable if you’re worried about the game being too easy.
With the HealthContainers mod, killing each foe has a (customizable) chance of dropping a health item, and you can choose the strength of the boost. Due to the rarity of this resource in the game, a little amount goes a very long way.
Alternately, Health RegenPercent (Health RegenPercent) provides health regeneration alternatives if your health falls below a specified threshold. This may be fairly handy as a substitute for or in combination with the HealthContainers mod, since there won’t always be foes present to KO for a guaranteed health drop.
Regardless matter the mix of tweaks you make between these two mods, the game’s length will be drastically altered and you will have more opportunity to gain new spells along the road.
2) Quality of Life
Occasionally, even little adjustments may have a significant impact on the game experience. Quality of life does just this. Using this mod, you may add music to boss battles, provide new features, weaken foes, and more.
The mod focuses on subtle, individual adjustments, which ultimately result in an enjoyable gameplay experience. It addresses frequent difficulties seen by players and enhances areas where the game is lacking.
The finest improvement is blocking the entrance to the holy mountain as you pass through, preventing opponents from approaching you. A necessary change.
3) The End Isn’t The End
The next Noita update is a game changer. The end isn’t the end is the mod for you if you want to add respawn spots to this game. This version reduces the game’s difficulty to such an extent that it essentially transforms the experience. You are now free to explore the whole of the map and to experiment with a wide variety of risky spells, since your safety has increased significantly.
It’s almost as if you’re using some of Noita’s hacks or exploits, where death is more of an annoyance than the end of your run. Discovering how spells and wands work together is one of the most difficult aspects of this game – it is also one of the most rewarding. A large number of combos may regrettably KO the player, and being able to explore without fear can also enable you to perform daring attacks that you would have never tried otherwise.
4) Roguelike Vision
Remember when you could only view a portion of the map of a game or location that you had previously explored? Yes, playing these games may be difficult, and if you believe that Noita does not lift the ante, you need acquire roguelike vision.
This modification makes the game more challenging, since you can no longer see the complete screen. You will only be able to see a few metres around you as opposed to the full screen.
The remainder of the display is obscured by shadow, rendering those sections inaccessible until the player makes an effort to access them.
5) Edit Wands Always
You may also attempt the “Edit Wands Always” mod, which provides you one of the most potent advantages in the game: the ability to change your spells at any moment. In addition to the apparent immediate benefit of being able to experiment immediately with spells you encounter in the wild, you also acquire the ability to manage your wands much more effectively on the move and better manage the game’s limited inventory.
When you may loot spells from any wand, your options become somewhat more restricted, which is likely why this is not the normal gaming experience. You will likely end up having several wands strewn over the land.
It is important to note that although “Edit Wands Always” is a fantastic mod, it is not ideal for learning the game. However, new players are highly discouraged from utilising it. While it helps make gaming and experimenting a little simpler, you’ll spend more time in your runs switching wands mid-level than really playing the game and learning about Noita in general.
6) Health Containers
Doesn’t it irritate you when your character is running short on juice, i.e. losing health vitals? Wouldn’t it be a lifesaver if adversaries who you spend time beating dropped healing containers that you could use to replenish part of your health? With health containers, this is possible.
Get the mod to enhance your odds of obtaining health containers after defeating foes, with each health container replenishing part of your lost blood and improving your health. A little amount of HP may do much.
7) Anvil Of Destiny
The Anvil of Destiny is a mod you should consider adding to your arsenal if you’re searching for something to do with all those empty wands, since it spawns these hidden anvils throughout your random world. By mastering the usage of these anvils, you will be able to combine wands into more potent versions, make spells from wand combinations, and even produce spells straight from liquids.
Again, this is one of those Noita modifications with deep customization options, allowing you to adjust its strength. If you opt not to apply the “Edit Wand Always” mod, you may also utilise anvils as editing sites, which is a reasonable compromise considering the skill’s extreme potency.
8) Noita Minimap Mod
The third mod on our list is the Noita Minimap mod, which is designed to aid in exploring. You may have previously seen this one on the display of a Noita steamer, and of course, this is yet another mod that may be slightly too potent. As a special caveat, this minimap hack may potentially disclose items that you usually wouldn’t be able to see.
Dark portions of the game that ordinarily need a light source are a perfect example. You may navigate these locations pretty securely by focusing only on the minimap. In any case, you are certain to adore the truth that it shows projectiles and real-time updates: it will make it much simpler for me to engage in the more hazardous sorts of cave exploration, as well as discover a great deal of objects that you would have missed otherwise.
8) Inventory Bags
The simplest and most beneficial modification on this list. Inventory Bags introduces the bag mechanic, which increases your carrying capacity. No matter what game you’re playing, if you’re a pack rat like me, you’re certain to run into issues sooner or later, and I endorse this mod fully.
9) No-Hit Mode
As with many other hard games, players finish the game and then undertake additional challenges, such as a speed run, in which they complete the game within a certain time restriction. No-hit mode is a fantastic mod that elevates difficulties to a whole new level.
Upon taking a single hit while this mod is active, your character will perish instantly. Throughout the game, your primary goal should be to avoid being struck. Best of luck with it!
10) Fluid Dynamics
Another intriguing modification that adds liquids, gases, and other alchemy-related elements. As with Arcane Alchemy, you may experiment with your newly acquired liquids to see what they have in store for you. New Liquids are strategically dispersed across the planet so that they might be discovered by chance. According to the mod’s creator, “It’s more enjoyable that way.” This mod may also be modified using its configuration file.
11) Lukki – Spiderwalk
The Lukki mutation in the game might be an annoyance for many players, since the flying ability only works while near walls. You cannot fly until you are near a wall, rendering this function pointless.
Lukki-spiderwalk takes a new direction with lukki by eliminating the flying function. With a lukki-spiderwalk mod, you can quickly run over walls and ceilings. Be the Spider-Man of your dreams.
12) Realistic Particles Behaviour Mod
This is one of my personal favourite modifications on this list, since I am a sucker for particle effects in general. If you’ve ever thought that vanilla particles appeared a little odd, this add-on is for you. Over forty spell effects involving projectiles have been enhanced. This mod increases particle lifespan, making particles persist longer. Particles will now clash with game objects, giving them the “life” they lacked earlier. The icing on the cake is that falling particles will now leave a projectile trail. Overall, a great mod if your game lacked realism.
13) Arcane Alchemy
A modification for Alchemists that like experimenting in the Art of Alchemy. The mod adds 38 new materials, 13 magical liquids, and 12 status effects to potions and alchemical operations. Newly introduced liquids have unique qualities, such as Dark Matter, which causes any organisms it touches to implode. The ravenous slime decomposes everything that is not anchored to the earth. Static Charge presents an ignitable static charge. It seems to be an intriguing and entertaining (perhaps even hazardous) addition to your game that will provide hours of entertainment.