There are many resource packs out there which claim to be simplistic, hoping to get just another download from another player looking to dress down their Minecraft world. But you don’t even know what simple really is in Minecraft until you’ve played with the Chubik resource pack installed. Don’t worry about high resolutions here – Chubik could be the least demanding resource pack in the history of Minecraft. All of the textures in the game get replaced by simple, gray, scaled squares. This makes everything look exactly the same, from grass on the ground to water in the ocean.
The only way to tell what you’re even looking at is by checking the name plastered onto the block or item. That’s right – the Chubik resource pack replaces all of the textures with a flat, boring color, but then it prints the name clearly on each so you can tell what you’re interacting with in the environment. There’s no need to worry about similar textures throwing you off like in some other simple resource packs; in Chubik all of the textures are the same, and the writing on each block is the only thing you really need to look at to identify it. This actually makes the game much easier.
On a similar note, it also sucks all of the color, variety and even the life, right out of Minecraft. Many players will want to stay far away from the Chubik pack because of the sea of grey tones it promises to wash over their world with. The only strictly bad thing to say about Chubik is that the lack of color can lead to you falling into pools of lava without even realizing what’s going on before it’s too late. That’s just frustrating.
Chubik Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8 Changelogs
- Textured the mobs. (Except horses for now)
Download Links for Chubik Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X