If you’ve come looking for a decent 32x resource pack then you’re in luck. Crafteryada is a 32x pack with textures which look more organic than normal; that means rough edges, a lack of symmetry in general and lots of blocks that look like they were hauled in out of a storm or something else that would make them look worn and torn up. There is a kind of medieval twist here too which is nice for people who want to mix rustic and ancient themes together in a single map. This pack will help you to make that dream a reality, but it’s nice even for casual use.
As a vanilla resource pack, Crafteryada doesn’t require the user to install any special mods, maps or other software to make it work. Just drag it into your resource packs folder and you’ll be all set to load it up through the in-game options menu. This means you don’t need Optifine, MCPatcher or any other nonsense to get the most out of this pack. When translated to English the term Crafteryada actually sounds something like “crafting festival”, and there are few names more appropriate for a resource pack in a game which is literally all about crafting.
Although the Crafteryada resource pack is over a year old it is still seeing regular updates from the author, who literally added some new textures to the pack just the day before this review was written. That’s one of the main reasons this particular pack was downloaded, tested and checked out. It’s pretty popular too – nearly 65,000 downloads on PlanetMinecraft alone. This pack is perfect for building old castles, peasant villages and other medieval fare such as forts, ruins and more.
Crafteryada Resource Pack for Minecraft Changelogs
- Redone the oak log side texture
- Redone the dark oak log side texture
- Added all cake textures
- Redone the dark oak planks texture
- Added seven new dark oak planks texture variants (support for vanilla random blocks)
- Redone the sand texture.
- Redone the sandstone texture.
- Redone the carved sandstone texture.
Download Link for Crafteryada Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X / 1.9.X
Credit: Uziush – Original Thread on Planet Minecraft