The Lost Loki resource pack is certainly comprehensive. It doesn’t appear that a single texture went unchanged in the transition from vanilla Minecraft, and that’s not something you can say about every other resource pack out there. Because every texture has been changed this pack makes Minecraft look like a different game. If you don’t already have a lot of experience with the game, trying to learn it while using this resource pack could be troublesome. On the other hand, if you’re already familiar with Minecraft inside and out, then this total facelift will give it a fresh, new look for you.
With a low 16x resolution, the Lost Loki resource pack is also usable by any Minecraft player who can already run the game without lag or other performance issues. If the game works fine for you now, it will continue to work fine with this resource pack installed and enabled. This similar resolution to vanilla Minecraft also means none of the textures look too much better than normal. The same level of detail seems to be universal and things look like they fit together, which makes this pack easy on your computer as well as your eyes. Overall it’s pretty good.
But it’s not perfect. No resource pack is, and Lost Loki has a couple of flaws. Many blocks look like something out of an old NES Mario Brothers game, especially from the side. Dirt blocks literally look like those old brown brick blocks you would jump and break in the Mario games. You’ll also find strange colors attached to some common blocks, like a pearl gray for normal stone. This makes it hard to tell apart from diorite because both are pretty white. It’s not a huge deal, but it is kind of annoying.
Lost Loki Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.8 Changelogs
- Added some new items.
Download Links for Lost Loki Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X
Credit: XLostLokiX – Original Thread on Planet Minecraft