Chocolate bars pack 1.15

Published by Peter Schwartz
Published December 25, 2019
Updated: December 25, 2019
Published by Peter Schwartz
Published December 25, 2019
Updated: December 25, 2019

Chocolate bars pack 1.15 is a resource pack for Minecraft 1.15 that has a bit of a sweet tooth. Combining blocky chocolate bar rectangles and squares with a simplistic and balanced colour palette, this pack offers a delicious treat for the eyes. But does this pack’s affinity for blocky confectionary impede on its overall impact? Is it too blocky? Is that even possible? Why all the questions? Well for answers and analysis, keep reading to hear my review on this chocolate-based resource pack for Minecraft 1.15.

What is Chocolate bars pack 1.15?

Chocolate bars pack 1.15 isn’t a mod that introduces a deluge of delicious chocolate treats into Minecraft. No, instead it is a resource pack that uses simple quadrilateral design to give Minecraft a consistent, stripped-back and almost minimalist new look. Not needing too many bells and whistles, Chocolate bars pack 1.15 keeps things light and airy by using a sparse art style for textures, keeping the game looking buttery smooth.

What is Chocolate bars pack 1.15 like to play with?


For me, Chocolate bars pack 1.15 is one of those packs that you could recommend to nearly everyone. There’s very little to complain about a lightweight pack that simplifies and streamlines Minecraft’s textures. It’s tempting to write off these sorts of packs as ‘simple’, ‘basic’ or ‘child-friendly’, but really they aren’t any of those descriptions. A good texture pack should appear simple from the outside, but on closer inspection can reveal a mine of detail and intricacy, which is exactly true for Chocolate bars pack 1.15.

The pack makes use of much flatter looking designs compared to vanilla Minecraft. The creator has stripped away textures that feature too much detail, pulling away unnecessary allusions of depth and instead opting for a more minimalist style. This works very well when combined with the pack’s heavy use of rectangles and squares, matching Minecraft’s inherent blockiness and ultimately creating a very strong visual aesthetic.

The style almost reminds me of the many copy-cat games that came out after Minecraft’s success. Indie games using blocky art styles became very common at the start of the decade, and this pack manages to hit the same improvements some of those games made, without falling into any of the same pitfalls either.

If you want a pack that is sleek, simple and make you feel good when you play, Chocolate bars pack 1.15 is a must-try. Or maybe you’re just a certified chocoholic. In that case, you should give it a go too. Head down below to see the summarised pros and cons of this pack, as well as a handy guide on getting it installed.


What are the pros of Chocolate bars pack 1.15?

✔Pleasant and stripped-back texture design

✔Symmetrical, pattern-based art style

✔Maintains tasteful faithfulness to base game

What are the cons of Chocolate bars pack 1.15?

X Some won’t enjoy the ‘blockier’ art style

X Not recommended for players who like high resolution packs

X Not much else!

How do I install Chocolate bars pack 1.15?

Installing Chocolate bars pack 1.15 is as easy as taking the first bite from a deliciously dark chocolate bar. Though, if you’ve never installed resource packs for Minecraft before, things can seem a little confusing. That’s why I’ve put together a simple guide for installing resource packs for Minecraft 1.15, so you can start playing with Chocolate bars pack 1.15 in just a few minutes.

To start, download Chocolate bars pack 1.15 as a zip. When the download is done, find and open your Minecraft’s resource pack folder. To find the folder, go to the game’s options menu and then click ‘resource packs’ and then ‘open resource pack folder’ at the bottom of the screen. The folder should then open for you. Another method is to go through your computer’s files. Use the relevant file directory for your OS from the table below:

OS Location
Windows %APPDATA%\.minecraft
macOS ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft
Linux ~/.minecraft

Place the Chocolate bars pack 1.15 zip into the resource pack folder and then start Minecraft. From the resource pack menu, enable Chocolate bars pack 1.15 as your current resource pack.

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Chocolate bars pack 1.15 for Minecraft Download Links

Below is where you can find download links for Chocolate bars pack 1.15

  Chocolate bars pack 1.15 DOWNLOAD

At the end of the day, if you want to play Minecraft you first need to download OptiFine! There are millions of players in Minecraft make sure that you are using fair mods which does not disrupt or bother gameplay of other players.

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Peter Schwartz


My name is Peter Schwartz or better known as Mr.MCRP. I am an Avid Minecraft fan since it was first released in 2009. I gathered a group of smart and awesome Minecraft fans as well and we have compiled tons and tons of texture packs and we have dedicated it to help you - fellow fans to get the best texture packs ever.

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