The PseudoCraft resource pack may still be in its beta stages, but even though the pack is relatively new and technically not finished yet, it is still a very attractive pack. With a 32x resolution, the textures are simple enough that most Minecraft players will be able to install and enable this pack without experiencing any hardware lag or other slowdown issues in-game. Through effective use of layering techniques, many of the blocks in this pack are made to look like they have 3D models when they really don’t. It’s the kind of pack that looks good but doesn’t kill your GPU to make that happen.
Many blocks, like the furnace, have a more modern look to them thanks to PseudoCraft. All wooden types of doors, which usually get ignored by the majority of packs, actually look a lot better than normal here. Even the iron doors look more like jail cell doors than the plain, wooden doors made out of metal, like they appear to be now. These are some nice changes and they’re also not so small that you won’t notice them – who ever built a house in Minecraft without putting a door on the place to keep hostile mobs outside?
Unfortunately, it seems that construction blocks and items are about as far as this pack has gone. Again, it’s still in the beta stages and unfinished, and there are probably more updates in the immediate future for the PseudoCraft resource pack. But right now, mobs are almost all vanilla, trees, sugar canes and grass particles look vanilla, really most of the game doesn’t look very different at all. The parts that have been changed look good though, so keep an eye on PseudoCraft in the coming days.
PseudoCraft Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.9 and 1.8.8 Changelogs
- Door models fixed.
- Some 1.9 features added .
- Some textures optimization.
Download Links for PseudoCraft Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.9/1.8