Sometimes the simplest resource packs are really the best for Minecraft. Maybe this is because players need something with a low resolution so their older computers can handle it. Maybe this is because people are looking for something that looks different, but still doesn’t stray far from the original look and feel of the game. The Bluebird resource pack is one of these simplistic resource packs. It’s relatively easy on the eyes with no bright colors that look like they came from another planet, and no graphics which are so intense that the pack would cause older computers to crash out or shut down.
As Minecraft continues to update and move forward, the entire community is working together to make sure Bluebird keeps up with it. That’s right – though it began as the work of an individual person, the original author has since opened up the code for the pack and given out free license for anyone and everyone to make additions to it. This can make it somewhat difficult to track down the original version of the Bluebird pack, sort of like how it’s hard to find the real PureBDCraft because there are so many different versions out there, all with minor tweaks.
If you can get past this and you don’t mind doing a little digging to make sure you get the right pack, then you’re in luck. The Bluebird resource pack is small and sleek, and while it doesn’t contain any custom sounds or songs, it does do a good job of dressing up many environmental blocks in Minecraft. Flowers and plants are also included, even if they aren’t exactly blocks. The pack does fall short in the mobs department though.
Bluebird Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.8 Changelogs
- Added more items
- Added particles
- Tweaked blocks
- General things
Download Links for Bluebird Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X