The Polishedcraft Resource/Texture Pack is another pack where the emphasis is on making things look smoother, cleaner, and more polished.
It makes the whole game looks more sleek and modern, and it removes a lot of the jagged and pixelated textures you would normally see in Minecraft. It definitively works best with modern builds, such as cities with skyscrapers and such, however it also looks great on other stuff as well, such as medieval villages.
Most blocks, mobs, NPCs, GUI elements and more have been redesigned and retextured to fit the new look of this resource pack, but it is still a work in progress, so the pack borrows textures from other packs, although you probably won’t notice this as they blend seamlessly.
The use of MCPatcher is recommended, but not required. It makes the resource pack looks better and makes the textures blend better, so unless you have a reason not to, such as using mods or such, do yourself a favor and use MCPatcher.
Polishedcraft is available in a 32×32 and 64×64 resolution.
32×32 is slighty higher than what you find in default Minecraft, but not so high that it demands much more from your system, you shouldn’t have any issues using this resource pack if you can already run Minecraft without issues.
64×64 is a bit more demanding, but still not anything that you need a super computer for, it looks better and still runs well unless you have a very old or bad computer.
It is a great pack really changes the look of the game by making it look smoother, more polished, and cleaner. Colors are great, textures are great, and if you’re into the smooth, sleek, and polished look, you are sure to find this resource pack to your liking.
Here is a comparison between the Polishedcraft Resource Pack and default Minecraft:
How to install the Polishedcraft Resource Pack for Minecraft:
- Download the Resource Pack.
- Optional: Download and install MCPatcher.
- Start Minecraft.
- Press Esc and go to options.
- Click on “Resource Packs”.
- Click on “Open resource pack folder”.
- Put the .zip file that you downloaded into the resource pack folder (you may have to extract it in order to get it to work).
- The resource pack should now appear in Minecraft, now choose the resource pack and click “Done”.
- That should be all, the game should now use the Polishedcraft pack, so enjoy and have fun!
Here is a video showcase of the resource pack, check it out: