Unity Resource Pack 1.8, 1.7.10 follows the traditional Minecraft aesthetics but also ties in small details by upscaling the base texture and adding highlights. This method is known as hybrid-texturing. At first glance the textures appear 16X but the details are subtle and impact overall visuals significantly.
Mods are retextured using the Unity pack for vanilla Minecraft as a base and will have unique design characteristics tied in to stay true to the original. The idea is to keep the authors original vision alive and well… but packaged a little nicer.
Vanilla Minecraft was retextured simply because I felt it was falling behind, visually, compared to the look of mods these days. The scope of this project is to set a common ground; touch up vanilla, unify mod textures, and keep the mods unique.
Unity Resource Pack Installation
- Download Unity Resource Pack
- If this is HD Resource Pack, you have used the MCPatcher HD (or this wont function well). Open MCPatcher and click Patch. Make sure that the HD Textures option is selected. This only needs to be done once.
- Open Minecraft and click Resource Packs on the main menu.
- Click Open Resource pack folder. This opens up the folder where the Resource packs are stored. If the folder does not open you will need to manually locate it:
- Windows: %AppData%.minecraftResourcepacks
- Linux: ~/.minecraft/Resourcepacks
- Mac OS X: ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/Resourcepacks
- Place the Resource pack in the folder leaving the file as a .zip.
- The Resource pack will now show up in Minecraft. Simply click the pack and it will be applied to Minecraft!