Project Pixel is a straightforward and elegant resource pack that will most certainly be enjoyed by players who want their Minecraft experience to be without any bells and whistles that many themed packs come with today. Project Pixel can pretty much be thought of a toned down version of the original Minecraft visual style but with a bit more realism added into the mix. It doesn’t try to make itself look overly spectacular but still manages to provide players with an engaging and immersive experience because of how clean it makes the game look.
The key highlight of Project Pixel is that each and every one of its textures have been designed manually from scratch which is why it gives off a distinct and unique look that you won’t find elsewhere. One of the big priorities of this pack is maintaining simplicity and due to this, you’ll hardly ever see any redundant detail in its textures. Project Pixel makes the in-game environments look sleek, clean and easy on the eyes and it pairs this clean look with a fairly bright color scheme that makes the visuals significantly more vibrant and lively.
Project Pixel also has a few other unique features such as various kinds of 3D models and these features help give the pack its own identity which is rather important for a pack of this category since a lot of them are quite similar to one another. Project Pixel’s resolution if 16×16 which is ample enough for its low-key art style and the great thing about a low resolution like this is the fact that the pack will run smoothly even on computers that aren’t particularly powerful.
Project Pixel Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.10.2 Changelogs
- Added wither textures.
- Completely changed netherwart colours to suit the new block.
- Redid normal sandstone and red sandstone.
- Alts for chiseled red and normal sandstone.
- New, easy on the eyes, grass texture.
- New still water animation.
- Added more new paintings.
- Some tweaks to models/alt textures.
- Updated banner texture.
- Changed colours/textures around on some older textures.
How to install Project Pixel 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 Project Pixel Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.10.X