SpiderCraft is a relatively new resource pack that, at the time of writing this, has been out for less than a month but it’s already become quite popular seeing as it’s close to a thousand downloads at this point. This is a resource pack that aims to bring together both cartoon-ish and realistic art styles and, while this might seem like a far-fetched idea, SpiderCraft actually manages to pull it off quite nicely. If you aren’t fond of traditional resource packs that use the same old styles for the visuals, SpiderCraft might just end up being worth your while.
The textures of the SpiderCraft pack aren’t really among the most detailed out there but they still carry more detailed than the vanilla textures do and, on top of this, they seem to be completely free of noise as well so they look significantly smoother than their vanilla counterparts. The colors of this pack are also incredibly vibrant and this helps make them look even more appealing. One great thing worth noting about the SpiderCraft resource pack is the fact that its creator has stated plans to update it on a weekly basis so there’s always going to be new content to look forward to.
SpiderCraft has a resolution of 32×32 which, of course, is a step above the standard x16 which is primarily why the pack’s textures look more detailed than those of vanilla Minecraft. The higher resolution does mean, though, that you’ll need an above average PC if you hope to use this resource pack without running into frame-rate related troubles.
How to install SpiderCraft 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.