Personally, I’ve had this problem where I have installed a texture pack because of its general looks, but unfortunately ended with disappointment because of its small detailing features. The Minecraft world looked great with it, but the GUI really disappointed me. It was too dirty! Also, textures of some tools and items were too plain compared to the grandeur looking world. Have you ever had the same experience? Well, then, check this out!
CharlieCraft Texture Pack is a texture pack that will change pretty much everything. Starting from the textures, this texture pack will even change the GUI and so, it will look much neater. The fascination is with the textures of armor. Your armor, whether iron, diamond, leather, or gold, will look so much cooler and fancier. The nature of the Minecraft world will look more natural and healthy with well-grown trees and brightly blossoming flowers. Even the mobs that roam the place will have their new faces. With medieval and ancient styled building materials, your world will be filled up with tall towers and castles. Enjoy the new fire and portal graphics as well!
CharlieCraft Texture Pack For Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 Main Features
- The texture pack will add new textures for items, tools, blocks, mobs, and the world.
- The texture pack will add new fire and portal graphics.
- The resolution of this texture pack is 16×16.
CharlieCraft Texture Pack For Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 Pros and Cons
This texture pack will allow you to enjoy new and better looking items, blocks, and tools. Those that looked too plain and ordinary in the default setting will look very fancy and attractive. You will also have a neat GUI, which will never leave you confused.
Although, the texture pack will bring many changes, it still has a limit to expressing things in detail as its resolution is at a low band of 16×16.
How to Install CharlieCraft Texture Pack For Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10
- Download the texture pack file.
- Open the “run” search bar and type “%appdata%”.
- Open the .minecraft folder.
- Open the texturepacks folder.
- Open the downloaded texture pack file.
- Open the textures folder.
- Delete items folder.
- Rename items_alt folder to items.
- Move the modified file into the texturepacks folder found in your .minecraft folder.