Fans of simplistic resource packs will probably like ProZeth, a quaint pack with a resolution of 32x. It’s neither too complicated nor too light on the details, though the design is still simple and overall it makes the pack look good. Some features of the world, like trees and their foliage, look completely different from their normal appearance in Minecraft. Other elements such as water and sand look more or less the same. This is one of those resource packs where you need to look at every single block, item, tool and piece of equipment in the game to see all the changes it makes.
Despite its small size, ProZeth manages to make some textures really pop. Cacti look better than ever with this pack thanks to the little bumps and raised knobs which decorate the sides, giving them a 3D look unmatched by any other textures in this pack. You’ll notice that corners, edges and the borders between two different types of blocks come through crisper and clearer than normal as well. Thanks to these changes, the resource pack manages to make Minecraft look different without using a lot of resources. They’re little differences, but added together they represent a significant change.
Unlike other packs which are still getting updates, the author or the ProZeth resource pack has said himself that he probably won’t be adding any new content to it. The latest version does work with Minecraft 1.8.3, so it will be fine until the next major update to the game. There’s not really anything bad to say about this resource pack, even if it isn’t explosive like some of the other memorable ones you can find. It’s small, simple, easy to install and easy to recognize.
- Download ProZeth texture pack in .zip file, below.
- Install Optifine HD or MCPatcher HD.
- Run Minecraft, go to Resource Packs button and make click on Open Resource Pack Folder button.
- Do not close Minecraft. Place the resource pack (ZIP file) in the opened folder, and unzip ZIP file!
- Now you can select this pack from the list of resource packs installed.