With all the Mario themed resource packs that have been surfacing for Minecraft nowadays, it can be a bit difficult to find a truly standout pack. Certain Mario themed packs don’t really do the iconic series justice but, from time to time, resource packs surface that do a near perfect job of capturing the essence of the series and the replicating it within Minecraft. Fortunately, Paper Mario 64 is among the latter of these two categories so, if you’re a fan of Mario, we highly recommend trying it out because it is absolutely worth it.
As the name implies, Paper Mario 64 has been based off Paper Mario which is definitely one of the most renowned Mario games out there. The fact that the pack is based off Paper Mario is definitely a good thing because most Mario themed packs are based off the traditional Mario games like Super Mario Bros and Super Mario World. An art style based off of Paper Mario leads to visuals that are distinct and, overall, very appealing. One peculiar thing worth mentioning about the pack is that its color palette seems to be a lot duller than the usual Minecraft color palette and this is rather strange because the color scheme used in the original Paper Mario game was quite bright. However, regardless of the toned down colors, the textures give off a really high-quality look.
Although its name might suggest that the Paper Mario 64 resource pack has a resolution of x64, this actually isn’t the case. The pack’s resolution if 32×32 which isn’t really that high, so you’ll be able to run it without any troubles, even on low-end PCs.
Paper Mario 64 Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.9 Changelogs
- Added a Texture for Prismarine Shards
- Added a Texture for Prismarine Crystals
- Added a Texture for Nether Quartz
- Added a Texture for Rotten Flesh
- Added a Texture for Slimeballs
- Added a Texture for Soul Sand
- Added a Texture for Mycelium
- Added a Texture for Netherrack
- Added a Texture for Zombies
- Added a Texture for Villagers
- Added a Texture for Bats
How to install Paper Mario 64 Resource Pack?
- Start Minecraft.
- Click “Options” in the start menu.
- Click “resource packs” in the options menu.
- In the resource packs menu, click “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file you downloaded in the resource pack folder.
Download Link for Paper Mario 64 Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X