There are few other resource packs which seem to be a more natural fit for Minecraft than the Lego resource pack. This pack features lots of bright colors and textures reminiscent of the same Lego blocks you may have played with back when you were a kid – or may still be playing with now, at that. You will immediately notice a serious lack of variety in colors on objects, so while there are lots of different colors to see, you only see one or two colors on a block, item or mob at a time. Though the pack is currently finished, there are plans to add more features in the future as well.
Thanks to the simplistic style and color palettes, some of the blocks in the Lego resource pack actually look pretty good. Ore blocks are easier to tell apart than ever before since they are flat and gray with a large, colored rectangle in the middle representing the ore. Coal is black on gray, iron is white on gray, Redstone is red on gray and so on. This resource pack focuses on blocks, so things like grass, rail sections and sugar canes all look the same as they do in vanilla Minecraft. Those future updates might change this though.
Not everything in the Lego Pack looks good though. You’ll notice trees, especially birch trees, look very simple, basic and ugly. Because of the flat colors and lack of variety in colors on the blocks, many blocks tend to look more or less like the blocks around them as well. If you want a simplistic resource pack, by all means, the Lego resource pack will do you right. But there are many other simple packs which look better than this one.
How to install Lego Resource Pack?
- Start Minecraft.
- Click “Options” in the start menu.
- Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
- In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.
Download Links for Lego Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X