Minecraft texture packs based on other video games have a tendency to be, how do you say, less than stellar, but this Minecraft texture pack based on Final Fantasy VI is actually a great texture pack with a lot of depth and ambiance.
A new approach to an old style of Minecrafting, Kabpack takes the old default textures and makes them new in exciting and visually appealing ways. No longer will your eyes hate your life because every texture looks like someone took something decent and pixellated it until it gave them the codes to the safe.
Another update, another round of broken texture packs. Here are a few compatible with the latest update, for those of us who want to claw our eyes out when we see default textures.
First of all, here’s your HD Patcher Fix for those hi-res texture packs.
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BorderCraft Borderlands style texture pack. Awesome.
Basico Hi-Res, yet simple.
DokuCraft An RPG style texture pack.
Last Days Post Apocalyptic world of doom texture pack.
Lost Valley A jungle themed texture pack.
There’s a new trend in Minecraft play, and that’s creating other games in Minecraft. This Mirror’s Edge map comes with a custom texture pack so it looks something like the original Mirror’s Edge game. What’s really special about it is that it actually encourages you to play as if you were playing Mirror’s Edge. There are jumps that you need to make to progress through the level, and red blocks indicate the path you need to take in order to be successful.
Get your HD textures back asap using the updated 1.6 HD Patcher.
If you loathe default graphics with the power of a million suns and you’re foaming at the mouth for texture packs, here are a few texture packs that have already updated for 1.6:
Looking for a Japanese / Asian inspired Minecraft texture pack? Look no further! If you’ve been on the edge of your seat waiting for a decent Japanese themed pack, you’ll be relieved to hear that it’s not difficult to see the Japanese inspiration in this texture pack – even when out and about the pink cherry blossoms are a fairly clear and present reminder that the land of the rising sun has had some serious influence over the world you’re walking around in.