The Prozeth resource pack features many strangely flat textures with bright colors which kind of look out of place when you put them alongside other textures found right in the same pack. For instance, sand looks more boring than ever, even while you can see the intricate level of detail which is applied to the various sandstone blocks which can be found literally in the exact same location. At a resolution of 32x, it seems that some of the textures were reduced or worsened so that other, specific textures could be made to look great without inflating the resolution of the entire resource pack.
The lower resolution does give the Prozeth resource pack a kind of accessibility which many higher resolution packs don’t share. To put it simply, lots of people can play with this pack installed without experiencing any slowdown or hardware lag. It also has some nice features built right into its coding, like connected textures. That means you don’t need any better glass mod just so your windows look like actual windows and not interconnected glass panes or blocks. You will still need Optifine or MCPatcher to support Realistic Clouds if you want your sky to look much better.
Unlike most of the other resource packs you might find, Prozeth was recently updated – as in, updated in the last 24 hours at the time this review was being written. It works just fine with Minecraft versions up to the latest client at 1.8.4, but it also works with earlier versions of the game as well, though probably not as far back as 1.6.4. If you want a pack you can install and use today without having to worry about adjusting your profile or making other changes, this is a good option.
Prozeth Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.4 Changelogs
- Added texture support for the Better grass and leaves mod.
- New Sandstone Top.
- Animation changes.
Download Links for Prozeth Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X
Credit: XYZDimensions – Original Thread on PlanetMinecraft