Pamplemousse Resource Pack 1.7.5
Pamplemousse is a resource pack for Minecraft which does the unthinkable. It actually manages to further flatten some of the textures found throughout the game, such as the standard grass, which actually looks something like a patch of grass on regular Minecraft. With Pamplemousse installed, grass becomes flat, two-tone blocks which actually look kind of worse than the normal grass. That’s not to say Pamplemousse doesn’t improve over the standard experience in other areas. Other textures, especially wood items (blocks, stairs, fences, etc), all look significantly better. They reflect more light and don’t look so dull and dark as they normally do.
Players who love to craft with bricks know how hard it is to visually confirm the presence of clay from a distance. Unless the player is within about 12 blocks of the clay, it’s impossible to know if there is any nearby. That’s not so with Pamplemousse Resource Pack. The water animations are really something to see and the textures for sand, clay and dirt are all markedly different from one another, instead of somewhat similar like they normally are when underwater. The sun and moon also look starkly different from the standard Minecraft sprites, being bigger, rounder and more circular instead of so blocky.
The fact is, Pamplemousse resource pack is a 16×16 resource pack. This is much smaller than many others, which range in size up to 128×128 or even larger. Because it isn’t all that large, there aren’t too many changes from the standard game to speak of. Flowers, grass (the stuff that drops seeds, not grass blocks), cobblestone and many other blocks all look pretty much the same as in normal Minecraft. Wool does look a bit different and glass really stands out, looking more lifelike and reflective than ever before. The Pamplemousse resource pack offers some distinct improvements without wandering too far from the standard look of Minecraft.
How to install Pamplemousse?
- 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.