Cubism Texture Pack
Adventure… Zelda… RPG… These are things that Cubism by Kukez reminds me of. It just has such an RPG look to it, I love it so much. Kukez manages to pull off mixing those adventure, tomb raider style games with our favourite blocky world! It still feels like you’re playing miencraft; feels vanilla but it has a kind of gritty feeling at the same time. Also the fact that it’s 16×16 it’s still a little bit 8-bit which works very well and won’t lag out your game.
The textures all tie together very well to create a good, natural looking miencraft world. It’s just such a joy to explore a randomly generated cave or even mountain range when using Cubism. It’ll also be great for adventure maps/ adventure map makers. As I’ve said quite a lot of times now, Cubism does have a feel of adventure and those things you’d find in ancient ruins like vines or stone bricks just look amazing down in he undergrounds. Whether you’re trying to create a above land base with sunshine and flowers or a secret underground base using glowstone and lava, it will look amazing. A real adventurer will love Cubism the most but if you’re a quiet builder who doesn’t leave their base often you will still enjoy it to as all of your aesthetic desires will be satisfied.
Whether it be the beautiful over-world, the scary underground or even the mobs that haunt them; you will LOVE Cubism. It’s just a really great all rounder though I have to say it’s adventure/RPG side shines the most.
How to Install Cubism Texture Pack for 1.11, 1.9.4, 1.8.9 and 1.7.10
- Download Cubism.
- Place the .Zip inside your Texture Pack’s folder.