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OzoCraft Resource Pack 1.11

The OzoCraft resource pack is an older pack from almost 4 years ago. Updates seem to have stopped for OzoCraft, so you shouldn’t hold out waiting for it to become compatible with Minecraft 1.9. It does thankfully work with all Minecraft 1.10 and 1.11.x versions, but that’s as far as it goes. As for the textures, you can look forward to a very rustic look and feel, with a bit of realism tossed into the mix to make some of those rustic textures really pop. It’s a simple pack with some high-quality textures thanks to the 32x resolution, which allows for twice the bit count on every texture.

Since it’s a rustic pack, naturally the wood textures are some of the best in OzoCraft. Each of the six different types of trees has a unique look to it and each type of wood block, plank, fence and gate has its own look. Likewise, those things which tend to go with wood, like vines from trees, are also updated to look great. The various types of stone bricks and blocks look worn, old and dirty, which is great when you’re trying to build stone huts, cabins and other, similar structures. The OzoCraft resource pack looks great, even if it’s old.

Some of the aesthetic changes actually look like they should have been included in Minecraft long ago by the original development team. For instance, raised rail sections when going up or down hills would normally just appear to be floating rail with no support beneath the track. OzoCraft really beefs up raised rail by putting struts and other support under those elevated sections of rail, which is exactly what you’d get when building track in reality.

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How to install OzoCraft?

  • 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.

  • theabster13/thebecster12Gaming

    the download button is nowhere wtf??