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Published on March 21, 2020 (Updated on March 28, 2020)

Smaller Bees

This is the first addon that I create to officially publish. Search and search, and I did not find any texture pack or addon that fulfilled what I wanted; so I had to do it myself.

I really love Minecraft bees since they were introduced to the game, but I have only one problem ... THEY ARE THE SIZE OF A HUMAN HEAD.

So the only thing I have done is shrink them a little bit (50% of their original size, like baby bees).




Hope you like.

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4 / 5 (5 votes)
Guest-5757073448 May 02, 2020 at 1:20 am
This should be a resource pack not a add-on
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Will the beezzz fly trrruh smallerr zzpacess aszwel, ==> Szmallerr hitboxzz....
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Yes, yes they will. Everything shrinks, even the hitbox.
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Download isn't working - when I try to import, I get "Not a valid .zip archive". I've tried redownloading, same message.
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tthis is actually good, unlike thrr other "addoons" I found! only suggestion: maybe move this to the texturre pack section?
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That's the problem, it's not a texture pack, it's an addon ... I created it with a program to do it, I don't know how to make it texture. But yes, it would be the best idea, so you could use it in any world.
I'm going to learn how to do it and I'll bring you an update.
Thanks for the suggestion.
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Is this with the Queen Bee add-on?
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No, it only makes the bees smaller.
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Heck no, they look stupidly small
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that is the point.......
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What about spiders
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they are big on purpose- the official handbook confirms that
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Well imagine trying to hit them.And because they are so small they won't do any damage, realistically
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They're Australian Spiders
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