Naturally, any resource pack using the standard 16x resolution in Minecraft is going to be pretty simple. But how many of them can call themselves super simple? There’s only one Super Simple resource pack, and while it does look pretty bland at first, if you get some experience with it and do some building, you’ll notice many of the textures actually look better than their vanilla counterparts. This pack is simplistic to a fault, but it changes just about everything, including the GUI, items, particle effects and more. Minecraft just won’t look the same with this pack installed.
But that’s kind of the reason most people install resource packs in the first place, isn’t it? Eventually Minecraft’s world starts to look kind of boring, and a visual update like this is sometimes just the thing to get players interested in exploring, mining and farming once again. One especially cool feature of the Super Simple resource pack is that dyes go into bottles instead of just looking like piles of loose powder in your inventory. You don’t actually need bottles to create the dyes, and they don’t leave empty bottles upon being used – they just go into bottles for a nice visual effect.
Many simple packs do nothing to remedy the ugly sun and moon in Minecraft, but this one takes care of them both. Both celestial bodies have 8 sides in this pack, and while they aren’t circular or spherical in shape, they do look considerably better than standard. You’ll notice many colors are flat and there’s not a lot of shading or variety in color, even in single blocks, like grassy dirt. The colors are almost too loud, but this is really the only bad thing to say about it.
Super Simple Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.7 Changelogs
- Added Repeater.
- Added Comparator.
- Added Paintings.
Download Links for Super Simple Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X