Looking for a multiplayer minecraft rpg adventure? Here’s one that’s as epic as it is fantastic, as brilliant as it is awesome, as RPG as it is linear. I envy you, you know that? You’re about to have fun and you don’t even know it yet. Link of Faith is a myst-style minecraft adventure RPG map with over five hours of gameplay, stunning fantasy builds and more puzzles than you can shake your brain cells at. Well, maybe not that many, that would be millions of puzzles. Let’s just say the true number of puzzles involved in this adventure map is somewhere between two and the number of brain cells you have.
Isabella is a gorgeous texture pack, stunning in fact. It’s Minecraft customizer compatible, so you can choose your preferred options and it also comes with native Mo’Creatures, Better than Wolves and Airship support. The word that comes to mind when viewing Isabella is ‘smooth’, everything is velvet smooth, unlike the default textures, which take a strange joy in being as blocky as inhumanly possible. Grass flows seamlessly across the lands. Sugar cane is thin and elegant. Trees look smooth enough to rub your face against.
Would you download a Hogwarts? Of course you would, and now you can (as 70,000 other people already have.) This massive Hogwarts minecraft build is guaranteed to impress, unless, of course, your heart has become shriveled and blackened by cynicism, in which case this Hogwarts build will give you a place to unleash your bitterness. It’s Hogwarts, in Minecraft, and you can have it!
Winter is a wonderful time of year. If you’re in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s because Christmas comes in the darkest depths of winter, making holiday travel a treacherous adventure – the best kind of adventure. If you’re in the southern hemisphere, winter is also nice because it gives you a break from the endless sun tans and barbecues that everyone takes part in almost constantly. It’s a south of the equator thing.
If you’re feeling nostalgic for Minecraft Alpha, you can now play Minecraft 1.0 with all the appearances of Minecraft Alpha, all the bright green hope of those past days. The ‘no biomes’ minecraft texture pack removes most of the biomes that have been added since the halcyon days of Alpha. What’s really nice about this texture pack is that it lets you play amidst the undeniably superior terain generated in Minecraft 1.0 without the heavy dullness that seems to pervade that very same terrain.
If you’re planning on creating or updating a Minecraft texture pack for Minecraft 1.8, you’re going to need the terrain.png and items.png files. Here they are, courtesy of Jeb at Mojang
New in terrain.png:
Smooth stone brick + cracked and mossy variants
Melon/Pumpkin stalk (unconnected + connected)
Thin glass upper edge
City borders (will probably not be used)
New in items.png:
Bow bending states
Raw and cooked chicken
Steelfeathers has created an Assassin’s Creed style texture pack that captures the spirit of Renaissance Italy in a way that will make you feel like pushing your way through crowds of people, shoulder barging them at every opportunity you get. Let me ruin the dramatic tension right at the beginning by saying this is an awesome texture pack and you should definitely download it.