Mariocraft AllStars Resource Pack 1.7.10
For fans of the Super Mario Brothers video game series, downloading and installing the Mariocraft AllStars resource pack for Minecraft might be one of the best ideas for the here and now. It’s a comprehensive pack which changes the looks of just about everything in Minecraft. Because of the extensive changes provided by Mariocraft, it is highly recommended that MCPatcher or a similar program be installed prior to installing Mariocraft AllStars. The resource pack is complete, but it utilizes many features which are only added to standard Minecraft by those mod programs, so players must get one of them.
All the NPCs and enemies in Minecraft are changed to critters and creatures from the Super Mario Brothers world by this resource pack. That means NPC villagers are replaced by Toads, those little guys with the mushroom caps on top of their heads. Creepers are replaced by koopas carrying a handful of bobombs, ready to explode and take the player with. Horses have been replaced by Yoshi, Mario’s faithful companion and beast of burden which can be ridden around with some cajoling. Other Super Mario monsters like dry bones, goombas and more also make an appearance in this resource pack.
The only thing in Mariocraft AllStars that isn’t different is spiders. Well, cave spiders and spiders both retain their original sprites from standard Minecraft in this mod, so that’s actually two things. Though Mariocraft AllStars is considered complete, that doesn’t mean that updates won’t be made to it at a later date. Even without new sprites for the two different spider monsters, this is still one of the most comprehensive resource packs for Minecraft to date, effectively changing everything within the game. It’s worth a look even for players who aren’t fans of Super Mario Brothers, just to try another interesting resource pack and a new view of an old game.
How to install Mariocraft AllStars?
- 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.