Tim-Pack Resource Pack 1.7.5
In Minecraft, there are resolution packs which come in a variety of resolutions. Larger resolutions, like 128×128, mean better looking blocks and sprites in general. Tim-Pack resource pack is a 32×32 resource pack for Minecraft which utilizes low textures, but not the lowest possible in the game. It still manages to have some rather blocky critters, like creepers with their front and rear legs fused together into two, giant legs. It does a lot more to improve the look of the environment than it does in making mobs look any better, but everything about the Tim-Pack resource pack certainly looks different from the standard Minecraft experience.
By blowing up the size of the sun and moon while lowering the resolution of both, the creator of the Tim-Pack resource pack managed to make them each look more realistic by blurring the jagged, boxy lines of the original look. Sunrises and sunsets both look more natural and aren’t so ugly to watch, and when the moon is up at night, it’s really something to see. Water takes on a kind of solid, opaque blue, which is very difficult to see through and is actually kind of bothersome compared to standard water. Applying other mods to these low res textures, like the better water mod, may not have any impact at all.
In fact, just about everything in this resource pack has been intentionally blurred a bit, which leads to a foggy appearance overall. That isn’t going to go so well with some players, but on the other hand, others might appreciate the colorful and artsy look of the Tim-Pack resource pack. This resource pack is currently under development and is receiving regular updates as of the time this was written, which is more than can be said for a lot of other resource packs out there. For players who find standard Minecraft runs too slowly, going low res with Tim-Pack could be an answer to their performance issues.
How to install Tim-Pack?
- 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.