SugarPack Resource Pack 1.7.5
Sugarpack resource pack is a Minecraft Resource Pack which is perfect for the server owner or player who wants their world to take on a fantasy, Christmas kind of theme. Everything is so sweet it hurts; even the monsters that are out to kill the players look somehow huggable. They’re not, but the mobs kind of look like they are. Pink is everywhere players look and bright, fluorescent colors abound in this resource pack. Setting up in a tundra biome would make for the perfect winter wonderland with this particular pack, which features many changes catering to just that kind of setup. Even the rails look like candy canes.
Additional blocks are added to the standard number in Minecraft thanks to Sugarpack resource pack. These include candy cane blocks, skittles, green dots, jawbreakers, jelly beans, M&Ms and many other sweet things. It’s too bad players can’t eat any of these! Even the friendly mobs have been candied and made cuter, like the bubblegum golem, Oreo cats and candy corn bats. There are regrettably few resource packs which make changes to so many different sprites, so Sugarpack resource pack is kind of a rare breed among the bunch. Custom paintings in the resource pack were created by Nathan Long and Tjardo.
Everything about this resource pack is food, food, food, not the healthy kind either. There are multiple versions of the pack online, with a simple texture pack for 1.5.2, before resource packs become more powerful, as well as a fully updated 1.7.5 for the current version of Minecraft. Unlike some other resource packs which have complicated installers and force the player to accept software onto their computers, Sugarpack resource pack is easily installed by simply dragging the file into the appropriate folder. That’s the resourcepacks folder, in .minecraft, which is accessed by running %appdata% through the Windows console.
How to install SugarPack?
- 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.