Jammercraft Modern Resource Pack 1.7.9
Once in a great while, a resource pack comes along for Minecraft which does something more than just change the appearance of things – it does something unique. Jammercraft Modern Resource Pack might appear to be like many other resource packs at first glance, but it does something very few of the others do. By picking out specific blocks which rarely get used by players, blocks like pink wool, additional stonework blocks are added to the game and allow players to build modern metropolises they’ve only dreamed about up until now. Minecraft does have many types of stone, but this mod allows for even more variety in construction.
Jammercraft actually comes in a 64×64 resolution variety as well, but the creator blurred things up a bit and dropped the resolution down to 32×32 so players with slower PCs could also enjoy this resource pack. For anyone who has seen the original pack before, there’s nothing new to be seen here; just the same old things in a lower resolution. The texture pack also brightens up many blocks throughout Minecraft, but it does relatively little to change things like trees, grass, flowers or other bits of nature. Processed wood planks do look quite a bit different from their normal textures, however.
The sun in Jammercraft is a real improvement over the sun in regular Minecraft. It looks like a real, living thing, full of fire and burning rather than just some blocky fixture that produces light in the sky. Glass blocks and glass panes have been significantly improved and look much better with Jammercraft than they do with the standard Minecraft sprites. This is a great texture pack for people who want to build in creative mode and are looking for newer block types to work with. It is lots of fun for survival and hardcore mode as well, so don’t hesitate to give it a look.
How to install Jammercraft Modern?
- Download the latest pack from the download section.
- Find in "%appdata%", ".minecraft" folder.
- Locate in ".minecraft" your "resourcepacks" folder.
- Drag and Drop the texture .zip file into this folder.
- Open Minecraft and go to Options -> Resource Packs...
- Select in this list Resource Pack that you have installed.