ThanksGivingPack is a thanksgiving themed resource pack and, given the current time of the year, there’d probably be no better time to utilize it. Thanksgiving might have passed already but the spirit of the holiday lives on and, for those who want to revel in the spirit of the holiday, ThanksGivingPack is the perfect resource pack to try out. It does an excellent job of executing a thanksgiving themed art style, and it comes with a variety of expertly crafted visuals that are sure to make the visual experience significantly more enjoyable for any player who tries the pack out.
The ThanksGivingPack resource pack actually came out five years ago, so it’s among the oldest Minecraft packs out there that are still active today. The pack actually become dormant a while ago since it didn’t receive any updates but, as of recently, it’s been brought back to life through an update. The compatibility of the ThanksGivingPack, as of right now, is only up until version 1.7.8 of Minecraft so, in order to use it, you might need to downgrade your Minecraft client if you’ve upgraded to the latest versions of the game.
The level of detail in the textures of the ThanksGivingPack resource pack is nothing short of spectacular and the thanksgiving theme has been pulled off with perfection. The pack also makes various creative changes to things like items, mobs, armor and terrain in order to make the entire world looks like it’s going through the thanksgiving holiday.
The ThanksGivingPack has a resolution of x16 which is basically the Minecraft standard so it’s highly unlikely that you’ll have any trouble getting the pack to run at a stable frame-rate as long as your computer can handle vanilla Minecraft without issues.
How to install ThanksGivingPack 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.