TinyCraft texture pack is from the minimalism category. Very small, very simple however very genial. The the texture pack includes a unique feel and look to it, however some people will say “Omg, it’s only 8x, i will not play it because it will make the graphics suck even more.” Minecraft is not about graphics, not at all. The texture pack gives that ‘unique’ feel in your gameplay. Everything looks beautiful in it’s own form.
To our pity, the texture pack is not yet completed and requires some finising touches to be made, including adding new items e.g the cake and beds. Some may find this a a turn off, however this makes the game feel like it’s being gradually changed. Day by day. Into a new world full of adventures and monsters. The texture pack is somewhat of a mix between minimalism and expressionism. Blocky and not of much detail, however it shows the expression and the feelings of the artist.
TinyCraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.5.1 and 1.5.2 Pros and Cons
The texture pack is beautiful and eccentric and is something that will make people enjoy playing. However, it is not completed yet, not all of the textures have been completed, which is a shame. To our luck, the artist is trying hard on updating the texture pack as often as possible to try and keep the users happy.
TinyCraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.5.1 and 1.5.2 Changelog
Up to now, this is what has been done in the texture pack.
- All of the mobs are accomplished
- The Minecraft Terrain is completed
- The logo
- The Moon and The Red blazing star
- Shining gold and diamond armor
- The GUI
- Most of the items
How to Install Tiny Craft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.5.1 and 1.5.2
- Download the texture pack.zip
- Locate your minecraft. folder
- Copy the .zip file into the texturepacks folder located in the minecraft. folder
- close all the windows