For simplistic resource packs, there are few choices better than the SarcaPack. If you thought Minecraft already looked like a bunch of Lego blocks stacked together, this resource pack will help to make that perception even more of a reality. By simplifying and flattening many of the textures and reducing the range of colors seen in those textures, you get items, blocks and other things which just look simpler. The lack of detail and variety has a strangely positive effect on the appearance of the game. Other blocks get significant improvements with more texturing instead of less.
Namely, you’ll want to keep your eyes open for all the different colors of wool blocks. With spotting and some brush effects, these look more like blocks of soft, fuzzy stuff than they ever did in Minecraft. Pumpkins also really pop, though why the author of SarcaPack would spend so much time working on a block so rarely seen is debatable. The pack was actually designed to be used on a server hosted by the author, so it has a lot to do with his personal preferences. This pack also makes a point of replacing all the standard painting images, so folks who enjoy filling their homes with art get way more options.
The only bad thing about the SarcaPack (if it can even be counted as a bad thing) is that it will never be completed. Because the author intends to update and change blocks as the mood strikes him, it will never really be a finished piece of work. If you don’t mind random and sporadic updates which could effectively break your resource pack, then this will be fine with you. Most people will be a little annoyed at this, however.
SarcaPack Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.8.4 Changelogs
- First public release!
Download Links for SarcaPack Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X