The Dandelion resource pack has a particular cartoon look and feel to it, and this can be seen in textures throughout Minecraft, from wood planks to bookshelves, from grass blocks to trees. Thanks to the low resolution of the textures, pretty much anyone can use this 16x resource pack, so if you’re someone who suffers from hardware lag when trying to use bigger, beefier packs, you might want to check out this one. Dandelion features a lot of variety despite the low resolution and bit counts in its textures, with most blocks having multiple colors blended together to form their texture.
Basically, Dandelion is a simple pack with a sense of style. It definitely looks more detailed than vanilla Minecraft, despite coming in the same resolution. It was an entry in some Simple Pack Showdown contest which happened a while back, and it did pretty well. Dandelion is totally finished and it works with Minecraft versions up to 1.8.9 and others 1.8 version. That’s bad news if you like the new combat update in 1.9, but if you’re not too worried about that then you would be able to turn your client version back one or two updates and use Dandelion just fine.
The limited color palette doesn’t do anything to take away from the charm of Dandelion either. It looks great all the way through, with no textures that look like they were the “lazy” ones, and no textures that look like they received more attention and work than all of the other textures. This thing is pretty even. Dandelion is actually one of the very few packs which succeed in making the Nether look like something more than a dark hole in the ground full of lava, and that’s pretty cool too.
- Added Squid
- Added Zombie
- Added Skeleton
- Added Wither skeleton
- Added Ender crystal
- Added Ender chest
- Added 2 new paintings
- Added Some items
- Added Some PowerAdded up icons
- Added new Beacon
- Added Spider/cave spider
- Added Cow/mooshroom
- Added Creeper
- Added Pig
- Added New Slime
- Added 3 new paintings
- Added Fixed sunflowers
Installation Guide for Dandelion Resource Pack
This tutorial will show you how easy it is to download and install Dandelion Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11/1.10.2/1.9.4. For resource packs that are higher resolution of 64×64 pixels, you will have to download and install Optifine HD Mod or MCPatcher HD Fix to render successful all HD textures. Also, this guide will work on all versions of Minecraft.
- Setup 1: Download the texture pack/resource pack from below link/s.
- Setup 2: Open Minecraft and go to Options -> Resource Packs -> “Open resource pack folder”.
- Setup 3: A window will open with the folder “resourcepacks” from .minecraft directory.
- Setup 4: Move the zip file that you just downloaded in resourcepacks folder.
- Setup 5: Now you should see the pack in “Available Resource Packs” list.
If the pack not on the list after you have copied, possible the zip file of the resource pack to be in the wrong format. If you have problems with installation does not hesitate to leave a comment below, we help you or our visitors will help you too.
Download Dandelion Resource Pack
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