Pumpkin Patch Resource Pack 1.7.5
Currently, the Pumpkin Patch resource pack is an unfinished resource pack for the PC version of Minecraft which has all the monsters in low resolution. Other textures seem to be working in their normal capacity, but because the mod is still technically under development, some problems like the low res mobs do come up. One of the best features of this resource pack is that is adds many more pumpkins to the standard Minecraft world. Without any mods, pumpkins are actually rarer than diamonds, and fewer of the former spawn in any particular world than the latter. That’s a surprising fact, because pumpkins aren’t useful for very much in the game.
In fact, pumpkins go from startlingly rare to startlingly common, even showing up in other, unexpected places, like islands, or on mountains. During the nights, the normal moon graphic will be replaced with a spooky Jack-O-Lantern face, made even scarier by the updated pumpkin sprite. Pumpkin Patch adds reflective water to Minecraft, which is going to put a major strain on some player’s computers. It adds a great deal of visual content to the game at the same time, so it’s worth installing and trying at least once. It is rare that a resource pack actually changes the gameplay so much, so take a good, long look at this one.
There are the usual updates to the icons for items, the interface, the backpack and the crafting, enchanting and repairing screens. Some icons haven’t yet been updated because the mod is still being worked on, but that doesn’t mean they won’t get their changes in the future. Updates have been made recently, allowing the Pumpkin Patch resource pack to work on Minecraft 1.7.5, so it is still being regularly updated. Sooner or later, this little project is going to become a finished product and something worth adding to every player’s library of resource packs.
How to install Pumpkin Patch?
- 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.