Many resource packs focus on totally changing the look of Minecraft by completely replacing common textures with things never before seen in the game. There’s nothing wrong with this, but sometimes you just want something that still looks like the game you’re used to playing, only better. There are a number of resource packs which handle this particular demand, and the Lithos pack is one of them. With a 32x resolution, it provides textures which are overall just a bit better than what you’re used to seeing in vanilla Minecraft. This can be seen in everything, from dirt to buttons to crops.
Speaking of crops, the Lithos resource pack does an excellent job of differentiating the images for crops. That is to say, when you plant a potato, tomato or wheat, you’ll know what it is you just planted even before it grows to maturity. Also, it will be clear when food is actually fully grown and ready to be harvested, so you won’t ever pick something just before it is done growing again. That’s a really annoying part of Minecraft, especially when growing wheat, and Lithos totally takes care of the issue. Even netherwort is bright, bold and easy to see in its various stages of growth.
One of the coolest features about the Lithos resource pack is that you get custom textures when stacking two half blocks, or slabs. Now normally, if you take two brick slabs and stack one on the other, you end up with a block that looks just like a brick block, but still breaks into two slabs when you mine it. You can’t tell them apart until you’ve destroyed them, normally. Lithos adds custom textures for many kinds of stacked slabs and does away with much unnecessary frustration in the process.
Lithos Resource Pack Update Logs
- New 3D Tulips.
- More visible dead bush item.
- Added Illusionist.
- Fixed Missing Receipe Book Button on Crafting table.
- Fixed floating pixel by Steve’s Head.
- Un-ghosted Iron Nugget.
How to install Lithos 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.