OnionCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.7.10

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OnionCraft Resource Pack is a simplistic 16x resolution texture pack that replaces the pumpkin and melon texture with giant onions, this pack is great for those players who are bored of Minecraft and want to try something new that also provides them a bit of fun experience. Despite to this funny replace with the onions this resource pack has to offer a lot of beautiful textures that will really surprise you how good everything looks with a lot of flat texture that has some realistic shadows due to a great lighting effect that is perfectly done.

OnionCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft

OnionCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft

OnionCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft

Also the OnionCraft Resource Pack has some detailed texture like bark on the sides of trees and even to the dirt on the ground. In some way it makes the world looks more interesting and at the same time more natural. The water in some places is very great that you can see through it at a long distance deep. If you have some mods that add fish it’s a pleasure to stay near water to watch them how they swim. Also with this great effect at water you will be able to build your own house above the water.

In conclusion, this resource pack is worth being installed but there may be a problem, the developer of this pack made it available just for Minecraft 1.7.10 version so if you are an oldschool player that doesn’t like the newest versions of Minecraft then this Texture Pack is perfect for you. Or if you want to try this resource pack on higher versions of Minecraft you can try but you may expect getting some errors while you’re playing.

OnionCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft

OnionCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft

OnionCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft Changelogs:

  • Improved the Onion texture.
  • Added some few textures.

Download Links for OnionCraft Resource Pack

OnionCraft Resource Pack 1.7.10

Credits: nailaoball – Planet Minecraft

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