Asphyxious Resource Pack 1.7.5
Asphyxious is a resource pack for Minecraft which gives some very nice updates to a few very cool items. Many players agree that the standard pumpkin in Minecraft looks more funny than menacing, a point which diminishes the fright caused by Jack-O-Lanterns as well. Players will notice that this resource pack gives pumpkins frightening faces that look even scarier when a torch is stuck inside of them. It makes Asphyxious a great resource pack to use for Halloween themed servers, or during the holidays for just about anyone at all. There are other changes to the look of Minecraft besides the pumpkins here though.
Just about every item in the game, from wooden blocks to torches to buttons, has a more ornate and archaic appearance. Everything looks artsy and older, like something from the past rather than something out of the future. Asphyxious resource pack does a great job of changing the look of flowers like roses, dandelions and all the new ones, as well as shrubs and grass. Flowers look bushy and full instead of singular and thin, which might just be enough to get more players interested in decorating their homes. It’s pretty cool when a resource pack can do that in Minecraft, and Asphyxious is one of the few which can make this claim.
Players will need MCPatcher installed and ready to make the Asphyxious resource pack work. There are some interesting features besides visual updates which should also be explained here. For instance, there are many unique weapons and tools in the game which can be created by renaming regular items at an anvil. By changing the name of an item, its stats will literally be modified with this resource pack. It’s a real change to the game and may interfere with online play, so this point is worth mentioning. The list of special names is pretty long and is included with the resource pack.
How to install Asphyxious?
- Download the latest pack from the download section.
- Find in "%appdata%", ".minecraft" folder.
- Locate in ".minecraft" your "resourcepacks" folder.
- Drag and Drop the texture .zip file into this folder.
- Open Minecraft and go to Options -> Resource Packs...
- Select in this list Resource Pack that you have installed.