With a name like IronCraft you might think this pack was about the Iron Age or something like that. You’d be pretty close too: it definitely has a medieval feel about it and it would be great for anyone thinking about building a castle. It’s still just a work in progress and according to the author there is a lot of work left to be done, but sometimes you can just tell when a pack is going to be great. The ironCraft resource pack feels like one of those packs. It’s got a dusty, worn and old look about it that many other packs need significantly higher resolutions to produce.
However, IronCraft gets by with a measly 32x, which is only the next step up from Minecraft’s standard 16x resolution. Torches look exceptional given the low resolution and the author made sure every type of door, including each different wooden door, has its own unique design. This is actually a pretty nice feature that you don’t see in every resource pack and one of the things that made this one stand out, despite the fact it’s still seriously in need of work. Right now it appears 10 to 15 percent of the pack has been finished, so there’s a lot still to come.
Because of that, IronCraft isn’t going to be for every Minecraft player. The things which have been finished do look good, but the fact they will stick out like a sore thumb among all the other vanilla textures means their new designs are actually bad, not good. They could become an eyesore to some people. Also, the IronCraft resource pack is set to include assassins. You know, like that Altair guy. That’s pretty cool, right?
IronCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.7 Changelogs
- All Doors are now textured!
Download Links for IronCraft Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X
Credit: happy10123456 – Original Thread on Planet Minecraft