Bumpy 1.15.2/1.14.4 Resource Pack (32x/64x)


Bumpy Resource Pack 1.15.2 / 1.14.4 / 1.13.2 for Minecraft is very good in his mind about the construction of structures that seem much more bulging than usual. The idea behind the Pack may seem a bit strange and bizarre at first, but it seems to be more refreshing to sport this kind of unique image. While most recent Minecraft product kits tend to go with a clean and modern design as a way to improve the look of the skin however, Bumpy is a bit added to his imagination and completely removed. this idea is due to the blurry graphics that, surprisingly enough, show off immersive gameplay skills with a little 3D feel that gamers can’t afford. The package looks 3D-model’d at the 32x resolution end, so you can get complete enjoyment even with the eyes of a regular PC.

Bumpy 11521144 Resource Pack 32x64x - Bumpy 1.15.2/1.14.4 Resource Pack (32x/64x) 1624966167 884 Bumpy 11521144 Resource Pack 32x64x - Bumpy 1.15.2/1.14.4 Resource Pack (32x/64x) 1624966167 957 Bumpy 11521144 Resource Pack 32x64x - Bumpy 1.15.2/1.14.4 Resource Pack (32x/64x) 1624966167 19 Bumpy 11521144 Resource Pack 32x64x - Bumpy 1.15.2/1.14.4 Resource Pack (32x/64x)

Bumpy Resource / Texture Pack Installation Instructions

  1. Make sure you have it Optifine installed and working well.
  2. Extract the source package and leave an archive.
  3. Go ahead Minecraft, get to your destination.
  4. In the “Resource Packages” section, select the “Resource Packages Folder”.
  5. The sumbercepacks folder file will open where you need to copy the texturepack.
  6. After a copy of the package package will appear in the existing package column. Click here to move to the selected column.
  7. Develop a new game or play an old game. The system will work on all files.

Bumpy Resource Pack Download Links

for Minecraft ⇒ 1.15.2 (64 × 64)

Ball: NonnenSense | Source Link: PlanetMinecraft

for Minecraft ⇒ 1.14.4 + 1.13.2 (32 × 32)

Ball: NonnenSense | Source Link: PlanetMinecraft

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