This pack is gorgeous, I can’t even insult it for anything. It’s not even a really high definition pack, being only 32x. Doesn’t change the fact that it looks amazing (and that I can’t run it well).
You can always judge a pack by how the roses look. They look amazing, don’t they? The planks look really nice, as well. The glass texture bugs be, but that’s just because I only like clear glass textures. Sue me.
The bricks and cobblestone look nice, as well. Maybe those are stone bricks, but I’m not sure. Either way, this is a good multi-use pack. I see a lot of packs that focus on building one type of thing, like a sea-side village or a castle, but this one will work really well for anything but pixel art. And even then, it would probably work just fine with that.
Now, the staple of all texture packs, the show off every block screenshot:
I really like all of the blocks. The iron door may not look like iron, but I never thought it should in the first place. The anvil also looks really nice, from what I can see of it.
Darklands Medieval Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.10.2, 1.9.4 and 1.8.9 Pros and Cons
- Really nice textures
- It’s a 32x pack, so it won’t lag much
- You will need optifine to run it at full power
- It will increase lag, however little, on slower computers
Darklands Medieval Resource Pack Version 3 for Minecraft 1.10.2, 1.9.4 and 1.8.9 Changelog
- Added zombie villager
- Better default cow
- Better emerald ore
- Better clay block
How to Install the Darklands Medieval Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.10.2, 1.9.4 and 1.8.9
- Download the resource pack
- Open Minecraft
- Go to Options
- Go to Resource Packs
- Click Open Resource Packs Folder
- Drag the texture pack into the resource packs folder
- Select it from the Minecraft client
- Click done
- Run Minecraft and enjoy your medieval style textures!