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.
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.
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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Tumbleberry has been toiling away for days on end drawing the parrots for this ridiculous wonderful 1.12 update for Minecraft. Those parrots… those parrots! Well, we’re nearly there. We will be testing the textures for release early next week. Hopefully Monday. Summer break is flying away, isn’t it?
By the way, how do you like the changes to the side panel? The idea is to make it more http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/weight-loss/ serviceable, and while I’ve got ideas for a new site, because it’s about time for an update, I’ve not actually done anything about it. Yet. So stay tooned.
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Yes, we are just that much closer to release, but how are you guys enjoying the new features of Minecraft? Are you enjoying them, or do they feel like fluff? Comment here, on Twitter, Patreon or Facebook!
We did it! And boy howdy did we answer the … ahem, cherry picking … of certain textures that took place. Seriously guys, we appreciate the flattery, but this is becoming a habit.
We’ve covered every new texture in the Minecraft 1.10 “Frostburn Update” , of course, and you’ll appreciate Tumble’s charming humour with the new mobs. I took the nether brick block for a stroll and came back with a monster. You’ll see what I mean.
Tumbleberry and I hit some new milestones this year (in addition to the texture pack exceeding two million downloads), and encountered new frustrations with our existing tools. Inkscape is a blessing to be certain, but when the artist has to compromise their own work for the sake of the tool, it’s no longer doing its job. I am making the arduous transition to Illustrator so that our plans can go ahead uncompromised.
I’ll lay it out that this is too much to ask for the inexperienced Indie, but now that Mojang no longer falls under that category, we may yet see a major overhaul of adventure mode. I’m going to side with George Wiedman on this: Player experience will “tell a more interesting story.” Every, single, time.
He was comparing Telltale’s Minecraft: Story Mode to the core multiplayer mode, but this reflects my enjoyment of Minecraft. It’s a Microsoft style tacked-on cash grab. Just know what you’re getting. Minecraft is all you need, but don’t hesitate to grab a texture pack to address its lackluster vanilla texture pack.