Vanilla Tweaks

Description

Back in 2017, with Xisumavoid’s permission, I maintained a collection of ports of the Vanilla Tweaks packs from Java Edition to Bedrock. I no longer have the time to keep these up-to-date. Thankfully, someone by the name of DrAv0011 is now maintaining his own ports, so I recommend using those from now on.

If you still want to download my old ports for whatever reason, here’s the complete collection:

Details

Compatible Minecraft Bedrock versions
1.2+
Initial release
Latest update

Changelog

Added

  • Ported 10 more packs by Xisumavoid.
    • Alternate Particles
    • Black Nether Bricks
    • Borderless Quartz
    • Different Stems
    • Plain Leather Armor
    • Red Iron Golem Flowers
    • Sideways Iron Nuggets
    • Smooth Double Stone Slabs
    • Solid Slime
    • Unbundled Hay Bales
  • Added my own new Bedrock-exclusive pack: Plain Leather Horse Armor.

Changed

  • Changed pack descriptions to use the term “Bedrock” instead of “MCPE”.

Added

  • Ported Grass Path Sides pack.

Changed

  • Reset all pack version numbers to 1.0. I am no longer using a single version number for all packs, and I am no longer following the version numbers of the original Java Edition packs – mainly because the original Xisumavoid packs stopped using version numbers.
  • Renamed Old Gravel pack to Alpha Gravel.

Changed

  • Incremented pack version numbers to 1.1.1.
  • Updated pack to format version 1, introduced in Minecraft Bedrock 1.0.4.
  • Fixed pack descriptions not showing up on 1.0.4+.

Initial release. Made for Bedrock 1.0.0. The packs are all version 1.1, matching the version numbers of the original Java Edition packs.

By Zebulan

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12 replies on “Vanilla Tweaks”

If you mean the Armour Statues datapack, then I’m afraid I’m not sure how to port that to a Bedrock add-on, or if it is even currently possible to do so. ☹️

Yeah, this site is running WordPress. I was using a custom Divi child theme up until recently. I wanted to learn more about making WordPress themes, and I wanted to switch to something lighter than Divi, so I switched to a custom fork of the default Twenty Twenty theme that I’m working on called Zerenity.

I wanted to create a theme that was optimized for modern browsers and had a good balance between customization and opinionated styles. I figured that Twenty Twenty would be a good starting point, since it is very lightweight and generally follows good coding practices. At the moment, my fork is not really that different from Twenty Twenty aside from a lot of technical changes, but in the future I plan to add more granular color options and fix some minor issues I’ve noticed with the original theme.

The source code is already public, but I wouldn’t recommend running it on your own WordPress site (if you have any), since it’s still early in development and I’ll likely end up breaking it several times while making changes to it.

No, I haven’t updated these packs in a while. I’ve been busy with a lot of stuff lately. I do plan to eventually get back around to them when I have the time, though.

Unfortunately, I’m not aware of any simple method to use custom Minecraft add-ons on Nintendo Switch. I’ve heard it’s possible to download worlds with custom add-ons by uploading them to a Realm, and then downloading the Realm world onto your console. However, this obviously would require that you pay for the Minecraft Realms service (or at least use the free trial), and I doubt it’s possible to copy the add-ons out of the world for use in your other worlds.

Technically, it’s also be possible to install custom add-ons by hacking your Nintendo Switch and transferring files through SD card, but I have no clue how to do that, and doing so might put you at risk of getting banned from Nintendo’s online services. So I wouldn’t recommend going that route unless you really know what you’re doing.

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