The Wuggi-Craft resource pack is one that’s actually been around for quite some time now. The very first pack of this series had a resolution of x64 which led to some really high-quality textures, but it also made large scale adaptation of the pack rather difficult since not a lot of people can run resource packs that come with such a high resolution. This reason might just be what pushed the developer to make an x32 variant of this pack. While it bases itself off the original, this variant does a lot to distinguish itself and overall it feels more polished.
The Wuggi-Craft resource pack feels like a faithful pack because it doesn’t really try to alter the default look of the game in any major way. Instead, the pack tries to improve the default textures in a variety of different ways to make the game look more appealing. It features a much brighter color palette, a higher level of detail in the textures and a bunch of other great enhancements that make the Minecraft experience significantly more enjoyable than it usually would be. Perhaps the most impressive thing about this pack is that it’s managed to remain popular even though it has been out for roughly two years now.
Wuggi-Craft is pretty much immaculate on a technical level as well. Although it lacks a few textures here and there, it’s pretty well crafted, and you’ll rarely run into any technical issues or difficulties with it like compatibility problems. One really important thing to remember about this pack is that it’s still not in its final state, and the developer has stated that there of plans for it like CTM and subID textures.
How to install Wuggi-Craft 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 Links for Wuggi-Craft Resource Pack
for Minecraft 1.8.X