The Misoya resource pack is an excellent choice for Minecraft players who want brighter colors to show up in their worlds. It’s a lot more than just a palette swap for several different kinds of blocks, however. Many textures are also updated or totally replaced, which is especially nice when you first see how much better the foliage in trees looks. Additionally, you’ll find a few comical changes have been made as well. Be on the lookout for pigs, which have severely screwed up faces and eyes looking in different directions, which makes them look pretty silly.
Not everything about the Misoya resource pack is really an improvement over the vanilla look of Minecraft, however. You’ll notice that grass (not grassy dirt, the actual grass that drops seeds) looks strangely opaque and muddy, like it’s molded from earth and clay rather than actual blades of green grass. Or, that’s how it looks when you’re in the mesa or close to desert biomes, anyhow. Where the grass is green, it can be kind of hard to tell apart from growing carrots and potatoes. Some textures, like the enchanting table, are totally unchanged but might eventually be replaced in the future.
Honestly, overall, the Misoya resource pack will make your game look like it’s a scene from Super Mario 64, which is a pretty old but still pretty popular game. This pack might be a very good one to use with any Super Mario mods you have installed or are planning to install, since it would really complement those. Glowstone is probably the best looking block when you have this pack installed and running, and you’ll just have to see it for yourself to realize how much brighter it is. Or maybe the Nether is just darker?
Misoya Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.4 Changelogs
- Jukebox top.
- Jukebox side.
- Flower pot.
Download Links for Misoya Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X
Credit: coffeecurley – Original Thread on PlanetMinecraft