If you’ve ever had a parfait before, you know how fruit and yogurt can make something very tasty. But the Parfait resource pack for Minecraft doesn’t have a thing to do with food. Instead, it’s actually a play on the French dictionary version of the word, which roughly translates to “perfect” in English. Whether Parfait is a perfect pack or not is up to the person using it, but there are some general things which could be said to help explain what it is. Whether you like it or not, Parfait is a 64x resource pack with a solid sense of realism built into its design.
That means blocks look less like the cartoony things they are in vanilla Minecraft and more like something you might expect to see if you went outside. The grass (not grassy dirt) is especially good, with a nice 3D model that responds well to many shader packs and creates some cool shadow effects. Water has ripples and waves in it, which while they may be a simple pattern set on a time, succeed in making oceans, lakes, ponds and rivers look like they’re filled with actual water instead of blue blocks you can swim through. The same thing goes for lava too.
Updates are still being released for the Parfait resource pack. This is good, since new content seems to be coming out at a steady pace. But it’s also bad since it means that Parfait isn’t a completed project yet. If you’re fine with an unfinished pack, then you shouldn’t have a problem. Players looking for a more engrossing pack that doesn’t have vanilla textures all over the place will want to look for something else.
Parfait Resource Pack Update Logs
for Minecraft 1.13.1
- Added wheat stages.
- Added bricks.
- Added Clay types.
- Added wools.
How to install Parfait Resource Pack?
- Download & Install Optifine.
- 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.