This resource pack adds real animals to the game by using custom entity models for existing mobs with similair behaviours.
(The original mobs still spawn)
Please do NOT upload this pack anywhere without my permission.
This resource pack works for minecraft versions 1.16.5 and below down to version 1.8.9.
READ BEFORE USING
- This resource pack requires optifine to work. When the game asks if you're sure you want to load this pack because it was made for an older or newer version of minecraft, press the yes button and it will work.
- Enable custom entity models and random entities in the settings or else it won't work.
(Location: Options > Video settings > Quality > Second to last on the left row. Third on the right row.)
Supported name tags:
Name tags for slimes are bugged.
- Chimpanzee / Chimp
Entity models and biomes:
Great pack! Highly underrated!
If running on Fabric, use these mods:
Custom Entity Models (CEM)
Cloth Config API
Entity Texture Features
And it should run fine, just slap a few performance mods like Sodium and Starlight and you're set
Can you make a parrot a monkey? Plz
u should work with a modder to make a mod using this textures bc this is so fk good
Just what I was looking for :)
I just had to drop a note to say that these models are beautiful, especially the lions and gorillas. Excellent job! <3
Does this work together with all your other better animals packs or will one overwrite the other?
I downloaded this pack, looked at the tutorial to make sure the options were right so the mobs would work, but how do you actually spawn the mobs?
In reply to JayMorrison1976:
This is just a resource pack it doesn't add new mobs, you use name tags to name the animal and it will change its texture. What to name each mob to change its texture is in the description.
In reply to finnagarf:
So this only works for tamed animals or can you rename mobs in general?
Can you make custom spawn eggs for the animals
In reply to bionicjake:
That wouldn't be possible for the owner to do, This is just a resource pack it doesn't actually add new mobs. You use name tags to name the mob and it will change its texture. What to name each mob to change its texture is in the description.