Minecraft LivelySlimey mod 2022 download
minecraft mod LivelySlimey


Game Version: 1.16.2
Total Downloads: 829
Updated: Aug 21, 2020
Created: Apr 7, 2017
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LivelySlimey2.2-1.16.2.zip release 4.21 KB Aug 21, 2020 1.16.2 128 download LivelySlimey LivelySlimey2.2-1.16.2.zip releaseDownload
LivelySlimey2.2-1.15.X.zip release 4.21 KB Jan 14, 2020 1.16.1 174 download LivelySlimey LivelySlimey2.2-1.15.X.zip releaseDownload
LivelySlimey2.1-1.14.X.zip release 4.46 KB Jul 13, 2019 1.14.3 137 download LivelySlimey LivelySlimey2.1-1.14.X.zip releaseDownload
LivelySlimey1.2-1.12.X.zip release 14.45 KB Mar 20, 2019 1.12.2 128 download LivelySlimey LivelySlimey1.2-1.12.X.zip releaseDownload
LivelySlimey1.1-1.12.x.zip release 14.41 KB Mar 20, 2019 1.12.2 15 download LivelySlimey LivelySlimey1.1-1.12.x.zip releaseDownload
LivelySlimey0.7 - 1.10.X release 12.42 KB Apr 8, 2017 1.10.2 102 download LivelySlimey LivelySlimey0.7 - 1.10.X releaseDownload
LivelySlimey0.6 - 1.7.X.zip release 7.56 KB Apr 7, 2017 1.8.9 145 download LivelySlimey LivelySlimey0.6 - 1.7.X.zip releaseDownload



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currently in active development for all versions of Minecraft.


This little resource pack only modifies the texture for slime balls.

It turns the lifeless balls of slime obtained from killing your favourite mob into little slimes that you can carry around. these little guys look like bably slimes (or slime eggs?) and will sit in your inventory looking confused and curious untill you mash them onto the head of a piston (or whatever else you do with them).



Thanks to ChosenArchitect for bringing the green slimeball textures in line with the 1.14 vanilla texture overhaul.

Letting him work on the new textures helped him learn how to animate textures.

check out his Youtube channel. (link)


To Do:

Increase peek time for non-living slime balls ✔️

peek time could use some tweaking still. (wip)

add more animations (got a few new ideas)

-stretching to look behind itself

-a bounce in place

-double bounce?

-roll 90 degrees





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