Dandelion Resource Pack 1.7.5
Anyone who has made a floor from wood in Minecraft knows the satisfying sound of the planks beneath their feet as they walk around their home. Dandelion is a resource pack for Minecraft which gives wood floors the same look as real hardwood floors, to match those similar sounds they produce when tread upon. It updates quite a few other sprites too, including the little yellow flower which produces dandelion yellow dye when refined in a player’s inventory. Everything from beds to bookshelves gets an updated appearance in Dandelion, but while other resource packs might brighten Minecraft, this one does not.
Perhaps the same darker look as standard Minecraft textures does help to make the Dandelion resource pack stand out. Stone bricks and cobblestone are noticeably different, despite being darker blocks than others. Water everywhere has a kind of emerald color to it which isn’t present in regular Minecraft. It’s a little eerie outside of swamps, but it is one of the first things players will notice when switching over to Dandelion. Anyone who has seen mycelium or a mushroom biome in Minecraft before knows the distinctive purple color of the ground there. It’s been changed to a murky kind of orange brown, though giant mushrooms look the same as always.
Not everything in the Dandelion resource pack looks so different from the standard Minecraft appearance. The leaves on trees do look almost exactly the same, if not a little bit bigger with fewer leaves per block. The trees themselves will have bumpy textures instead of straight lines running up and down along their sides, but the grass surrounding trees and dotting fields everywhere looks pretty much the same as grass in normal Minecraft. Paintings in Dandelion are updated over the boring old images from Minecraft and can actually be pretty cool to discover, especially for players seeking unique design elements for their homes.
How to install Dandelion?
- 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.