Maybe I’m a little late to the game here, but I recently discovered PngOptimizer, and running every single png from all versions of our texture pack has reduced their sizes about 20%, and performance in Minecraft quite a bit more. I’ve noticed smoother frame rates, and that’s always a bonus with our favourite resource hungry block game. The downloads are live now, and you’ll find notes in the changelog of each pack if you’re curious.
I’ve also fixed a couple broken textures in the 256x version of our pack for Minecraft 1.13. And yes, we’ll be fixing the horse armour, which we missed in the previous update. As of now it’s still broken, but we’ve still a fair amount of work to do. At present we’ve updated the “beta” for 1.14 over 260 times. That’s a lot of work.
It may give you some idea of what goes into each update of the ACME Resource Pack.
Finally, offsite downloads haven’t been updated, and with everything on my plate at the moment, I won’t be updating our affiliates, so be warned. The only way to get the most current versions of our texture pack is right here.
Until the next update – which will be pretty soon, I expect. We’re eager to be done with this update. Yep. I said it.
So this is what happens when you don’t follow those little nudges… maps get borked. Thankfully digging around in a potential version of the texture pack for Minecraft Bedrock, I happened into my mistake. Fortunately it only affected the latest version of the pack, and I’ve already fixed it. So, if you’re missing out on that particular functionality, head on over to the download page and grab the latest update to version 24.94! Affiliate links will be updated in due course.
The bad news is that the shulker textures in the ACME Resource Pack for Minecraft 1.11 and 1.12 were the wrong size in addition to 64x. The good news is they’re all fixed and the downloads are live right now. My apologies for any undue crashes… I can’t be certain why these versions tested well with my hardware. Minecraft has no sense of scale, so it’s possible to mix resolutions and get away with it in some cases.
After some wrestling with my “media production hardware”, I have uploaded our new demo video to YouTube! Wrangling the parrots was the easy part, good gravy. I will be doing more like this, and migrating the videos from my pixelkickers account to hastypixels, so life makes a little more sense. Too much, too soon.
Thank you for your feedback so far, it’s helping in addressing potential issues with the pack, and I’m doing my best to address them. As always, you can find us on Twitter, Facebook and Patreon! We’d love to see your builds, maps, and creations! Remember, this pack is for you.
Even though we updated ACME Resource Pack to support Minecraft 1.12.x, – which you can download here – we’re already planning improvements. The glass needs work. Hoo-boy. It’s a pane to work with, particularly the clear glass, which you just can’t see to connect right. I hesitated to stylize it in previous versions of Minecraft because of dodgy transparency implementation, which they have http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/cholesterol-lowering/ since addressed, like… three versions ago. So very soon we will be updating the glass, and whatever else we decide needs to be touched up.
This is one of the reasons we need more testers. If you notice any issues with broken, missing textures, or other details, please let us know here, on our Facebook page, on Twitter or Patreon. Thank you!
Download links are live now, and you may be pleased to try out our new link: http://downloads.nudgeworksdesign.com Everything’s here, parrots, concrete, glazed terracotta, and the rest. Screenshots will follow in the next couple of days, along with updates for our affiliate sites. In the meantime, don’t hesitate to share with us your YouTube, Twitch or other http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/asthma/ social media links. We’ll feature them here!
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If you haven’t heard, Microsoft, er… Mojang is going to launch a marketplace for player created content, and mods will not be supported. We understand microtransactions will net you Mojang “funbucks”, which you’ll use to buy the maps, sound or texture pack you want play with. (Which means your friends will have to also buy the same content if you which to share the same experience.) A handful of content creators have been selected to participate, and this puts their popularity on the dime.
Let’s be clear: Microsoft is only allowing registered businesses to participate, but seeing as how that’s not a massive hurdle, it remains to be seen how effective a deterrent that will be against scammers and asset flips. The “community store” will not be appearing in the deskop (Java) version of Minecraft. This initiative raises some important questions: Will participants be granted http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/anti-fungal/ early access to snapshots? How comfortable will you be having to pay for the latest version of a resource pack that was previously free? Will content creators selling maps and packs on the community store stop supporting the desktop version? Given Microsoft’s history, can they be trusted to curate modded content?
Where do Tumble and I stand on the issue? We have no intention of applying to the Microsoft/Minecraft Marketplace. In the same way that we released our pack complete, no betas or incomplete versions, we are going to hold to our original mission statement. This pack is for players, all players. We’ll never charge a price for it. If you’d like to show your appreciation, make a video, play with your loved ones, some friends, or strangers. Have fun, because that’s what games are for!
Family is why Tumbleberry and I made this resource pack, after all. Our prayers are with those who struggle, and hold to the truth. Remember those who love you … give them an indication for your gratitude before the year is out.