As far as puzzle games go, Scribblenauts is pretty popular. It’s also the perfect motif for puzzle maps in Minecraft when you really think about it. The Scribblenauts resource pack makes Minecraft look a lot more like the 2D puzzle solving sensation, and it does an excellent job of this considering both games are kind of basic in appearance. It looks a lot like something you might have found during a Saturday morning cartoon block about a decade back, and some players have reported feeling a sensation of nostalgia despite the fact this pack is more or less brand new.
It looks good and it’s faithful to the source material, but the visuals alone aren’t the best part about The Scribblenauts resource pack. The thing is, this pack does something practically 95% of other resource packs don’t, and that is adding new custom musical tracks to Minecraft. You know all those discs you can find in random dungeon chests, or get from creepers if you’re lucky enough to have a hostile skeleton finish them off for you? Well, the classic Minecraft tunes are replaced with music out of Scribblenauts in this pack. It’s kind of a big deal, and many players will collect records all over again to hear the new tunes.
Also, unlike other packs which demand MCPatcher and Optifine to enable connected textures and random mobs, The Scribblenauts resource pack provides these special features without requiring you to download or install any add-ons. If you already have those things, that’s fine, but there’s no need to go and get them for this pack. Everything about Minecraft looks different here and while the music is a great part of the pack, that’s just one of the things it does right.
The Scribblenauts Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.8 Changelogs
- Added raw/cooked Mutton.
Download Links for The Scribblenauts Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X
Credit: Joeismoe – Original Thread on Minecraft Forum