The Derivation RPG Texture Pack is a 32 by 32 HD texture pack for Minecraft which means it requires MCPatcher or Optifine. The texture pack is compatiable with Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10
The main theme of this texture pack is RPG theme, and because its 32 by 32 it has been done well and fits the theme great! The developer of this pack has aimed for cuddly looking friendly mobs but sharp textures through out the texture pack
Levauant has done a great job with this texture pack and I knew what style he was going for before I even read his information about the texture pack, which means this texture pack has been done well.
PosterCraft texture pack mixes with a variety of simple yet beautiful colors which overwhelm the world and atmosphere of the player. Simple colors are something to avoid in texture packs because they just make the world look boring and monotonous, but that’s not the case with this texture pack. Everything seems lively and warm. The simple yet elegant colors perfectly blend in to create a unique look and give Minecraft a different life.
The texture pack was inspired by the original Minecraft poster, the textures were given the same look. Inspirations like these motivate the artist and usually the outcome is splendid. The texture pack is stunning, and positive feedback from the users supports that, this texture pack went global and fir many it became hearted and the default texture pack. Personally I think it is the best texture pack created in the recent time.
A positive side of this texture pack is that is gives the support of many popular mods and by saying popular, it mens most of the mods that you use regularly are included in this texture pack. This means your eyes will never have to suffer and witness the ugly textures of default Minecraft. In no means I diss the default textures, but comparing to Poster Craft III the are reasonably falling behind.
PosterCraft III Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 ChangeLog
The fireworks and enchanted books were given new textures
Normal chests are boring, have some christmas chests for you, peeps!
How to Install PosterCraft III Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10
Downlaod PosterCraft III texture pack and save it on your computer
Open your Minecraft directory folder
Locate the texture packs folder and open it
Copy the PosterCraftIII.zip into that folder ad close it
The Clean Design texture pack for Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 really does implement amazing, new textures into the game of Minecraft. The default texture pack is of no comparison to this pack, it’s textures being much nicer and simple to play with. Many players do search for something simple, something that they can use with ease. The Clean Design texture pack introduces new and unique, 16x resolution textures to replace the vanilla textures. It’s far more developed than I had first thought, glancing through photo’s. However when I came to actually install and use the texture pack for myself, I was truly amazed at how amazingly detailed, yet still very basic.
While exploring my world I noticed amazing tiling between textures, which is a good sign. Tiling is very important, as it allows textures which are both the same, or different, to fit well together; and in an interesting way. It makes texture packs much more detailed, and shows that the time spent in the creation was not rushed. From what I can see, the developer has taken extreme care in designing his texture pack. In result, the product created is absolutely spectacular. Even so, I find that sometimes the textures inside the pack can be a little too bright, not to mention their extreme simplicity. It could make it hard to use, hard to keep playing with after a certain amount of time. However it really, certainly does implement a great deal of mood into the game!
How to install Clean Design Texture Pack 4.0 for Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10
Download the Clean Design texture pack zip file for Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10.
Browse to %appdata%/roaming/.minecraft and open the “texture packs” folder.
Drag the entire downloaded texture pack zip file into the “texture packs” folder. (Do not unzip.)
Select the texture pack within your texture packs menu selection.
Did you want to play Minecraft as if you were in the distant future with astounding and amazing looking technology? Perhaps you want to create a map that takes place on a distant planet like Mars and create your own Doom inspired space station? The Sci-Fi Texture pack is one of the nicest looking texture packs I have ever seen, completely transforming the look of Minecraft in an instant! It really reminds me of the old school action sci-fi games, again like Doom or Quake. It has a lot of detail to create seemingly endless combinations of space stations and other futuristic locations, perhaps ranging from a mountain base to a floating spaceship in the middle of an inky void! Some screenshots to really show off what I am talking about:
The CTM Feature from MCPatcherHD makes it look absolutely incredible. It creates seamless texturing that you might find in a completely separate game of its own. Its really quite amazing! Don’t take my word, take a look for yourself:
CTM on / off:
If you want to recreate an entire space station on a distant planet in your Minecraft game, this Sci Fi texture pack is perfect for custom maps and even just adding an intense and instant transformation new look to your current game! Check this out right away, its brilliant!
Feeling dizzy with sophisticated-looking world? Our real world and the world of Minecraft have changed in a great deal. But I don’t know if that’s really the best for everyone. Changes can definitely make things look more interesting and eye-catching. However, that’s not likely going to last forever. Sooner or later, everyone will get bored of it. My point is, simplicity can sometimes be the best you can hope for. The CleanCraft Texture Pack is the pack that will make your Minecraft world look more simple. Just like the name itself, it will create a cleaner look in your Minecraft world. The CleanCraft Texture Pack has a resolution of 16×16, so if you think your Minecraft world is not simple enough, this is the pack you should definitely try.
Hi guys, today we have another texture pack that’s based on another game. This one’s called Junk Jack and it’s created by seanfletchr using the same name with permission to do so. The game Junk Jack is an iOS game that many people say, is a rip-off of Minecraft. However, the game developer Pixbits (who have their own texture pack) say they were inspired by Minecraft – a game in which they love playing. I’ll leave you to judge on that yourself, but I personally, have NOT played the game yet so I shouldn’t be talking much. Back to the texture… Junk Jack is a clean, bland 32x pack which looks good to generally everyone, not just those who play Junk Jack. With its smoothness, it is not cartoon-ish nor realistic but somewhere in between.
For me, this Junk Jack texture pack isn’t that very attractive as it looks a bit too bland or maybe I’ve seen too much of these kind of textures. But hey, who am I to judge? It might be the opposite for those Junk Jack fans though. Well, while you decide how attractive this pack is, I might go have a glance at the actual Junk Jack game. So spare yourself some time and see if this one’s worth using or fit any of your current buildings 🙂
Eckland has designed a beautiful and a detailed texture pack with a medieval style. The artist was inspired by medieval german architecture and had come up with these sophisticated textures. The overall design of the pack is very aesthetic, the textures were drawn from historical wonders of architecture. The atmosphere of the game is darkened which contributes to the time of the middle ages as referring to the dark times.
The key thing of this texture pack, is that the glass was fully re deigned to copy the medieval glass windows used in churches at that time. They look fascinating, the overall style of building changes and gives you the chance of constructing new buildings without having to install any mods.
As well as having the overall design of glass windows changed, the texture pack adds medieval banners to the game representing coats of arms of different families and general flags including some casual everyday items like a tool shelf and pillars instead of paintings. This can easily tie you the chance of crafting new and new houses with unique designs. The possibilities are endless, especially that the texture pack was inspired by medieval architecture, it includes a “thatched” block so you can reproduce the home of the medieval people.
Eckland Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 Main Featues
The awesome features of this texture pack are:
timbering texture in buildings
Black and shale roofs
Banners and crests
Wood generally looks much better
Gothic era styled block and elements such as the lass windows described earlier
Npc’s fit the style of medieval times
So many more !
How to Install Eckland Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10
Open up your minecraft directory.
In the minecraft folder locate the folder called “texture packs”
Copy the .zip file into that folder and close all the windows
Dion’s ShreenyamaCraft is one of the most different and unique texture pack of all, it is specialized in its plainess and originality. People who love chilling stuff and plain stuff will love this texture pack since it doesn’t change how minecraft look that much. Most texture pack you see around forums are those pokemon, skyrim, halo, and other kinds of “different” texture packs however this one is the real minecraft texture pack in which you will see how plain minecraft can be. This texture pack is the normal minecraft you play everyday so don’t expect dinosaurs to lurk around but expect only alittle bit of color changes and lighting changes. Try downloading mods and play with this map since its plainness will make you faint with boredom.
The Toon Grid texture pack is a very cool looking and rather interesting one. This wonderful pack was made by Tagischeap on the minecraft forums.
Basically it does exactly what the name says. It gives every texture a very light border that’s slightly darker than the main colour in the texture. It also makes all the textures a cool little toony texture that actually looks quite nice. It’s a very simplistic texture pack and it’s definitely a good practical texture pack to be using for anything you’re doing in minecraft. Not really much else to say, just go download it and feel the awesomeness that is Toon Grid!
Nowadays, there are so many games, movies, and series that’s about zombies. Sometimes they make people think that a zombie apocalypse will actually break out in the near future. What if it really happens? What should we do? How should we prepare ourselves? If you believe that it will really happen someday, I would like to suggest you to practice survival through games. Mostly importantly, you will need to have a vivid picture of how the world will look after a zombie apocalypse, so this should really help.
The Dead Pixel Maps Texture Pack is a texture pack that will turn the Minecraft world into the one that has been struck by a massive zombie wave. Everything that you will see will be very creepy and instill you fear. It’s a texture pack of 16×16 resolution, but good enough to make things look very realistic. You will be flinching so much as you see zombies approaching you. Just make sure your heart don’t drop during the gameplay.
Dead Pixel Maps Texture Pack For Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 Main Features
The texture pack will add zombie apocalyptic feeling to the game of Minecraft.
Zombies with new textures will be added to the world of Minecraft.
The resolution of the texture pack is 16×16.
Dead Pixel Maps Texture Pack For Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 Pros and Cons
For the horror-lovers, this is another one that will go into the list of favorites. With zombies and textures of the buildings, everything will suit perfectly to give a zombie apocalyptic feeling to the game. Things will look so much thrilling and exciting.
As I’ve mentioned earlier, this is a texture pack meant to add horrorful and scary feeling to the game. It might not be as good for those who don’t really like horrors. However, it’s a nice texture pack to give a try.
Dead Pixel Maps Texture Pack For Minecraft 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10 Changelog
The texture pack has been updated for Minecraft version 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10.
Items have been changed.
Some of the mobs have been fixed.
Dead Pixel Maps 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.
Move the downloaded zip file into the “texturepacks” folder.