The Sugarpack resource pack is all about converting your Minecraft world into a candy land filled with sweets and treats. Just about everything is retextured to be something edible, or at least to be made out of something edible, like the cows that appear to be made from chocolate bars, and the zombies that look like gingerbread men. Perhaps the best of these mob textures is the ocelot though – tamed cats look like ice cream sandwiches with four legs and a tail. They probably don’t taste anything like the real thing though, so you shouldn’t go trying to eat them.
Dirt blocks look like chunks of cookie dough, some trees appear to be candy canes chopped into cross sections, and glowstone looks like a bunch of yellow skittles all mashed together into a cube. These are just a few of the environmental blocks, but they all follow this same motif of turning into tasty things that would sure satisfy a sweet tooth. The only problem is, you can’t eat any of them. At least you can see the proper names for each of those blocks. All you have to do is change your language to Pirate Speak through Minecraft’s in-game options menus.
You’re probably going to be hungry after seeing things like TNT that looks like candycane stacks, or redstone blocks that look like big chunks of cinnamon peppermint candy. Not even the flowers are safe from this sugary sweet overload – roses get turned into lollipops and the two-block tall plants like roses and lavender get converted into cupcake and cotton candy trees. With so much candy and sugar, you’re pretty much guaranteed to get diabetes. Too bad they didn’t include any insulin in the Sugarpack.
- Different types of Zombie villagers
- Different types of Boats (items and entities)
- Tipped arrows
- Spectral arrows
- Grass path block = Waffle path
- Polar bear = Marshmallow bear
- beetroot and beetroot seeds = raspberry candy
- beetroot soup = raspberry juicebox
- linguering potions = soda can
- Shield = peppermint shield
- Elytra = fairy wings
- Stone block more yellow than pink
- water = mountain dew less contrast
- grass = more pink than red now
- tall grass = not the same color as low grass anymore
Installation Guide for Sugarpack Resource Pack
This tutorial will show you how easy it is to download and install Sugarpack 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 Sugarpack Resource Pack
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