Most of you guys would know about the game or the movie called Pokemon right? It is very popular and very well-known. What if Minecraft will take the atmosphere and looks from Pokemon and apply into it. How is it ? It will definitely sound great. So, this resource pack is released for you guys named PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack.

PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack

PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack

PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack

PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack is a texture pack which delivered from a very popular game and movie called Pokemon applying into Minecraft to make it look much more interesting. This pack will changed all things in Minecraft, such as; blocks, items and mods. Everything will look fantastic, much colorful. Especially, the stone is the main thing I really like about this texture pack. It looks very detailed. Also, added sound to some mobs, like the sound of pigs and chickens will sound like a real Pokemon. Another thing I really like is the face of  pigs, somehow it is so funny, I feel so relax just watching it.

If you are Minecrafter and Pokemon lover, be sure to check it. It is a very amazing texture pack which give you feel so relax and do not want to quit using this PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack again.

PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack Main Features

  • Pokemon looks
  • Very colorful and well done
  • Smooth looking
  • Resolution 16 x 16

PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Colorful with a low resolution, but very detailed
  • It would be really great if using it on a server

Cons

  • There will be some blocks’ textures that can not be showed
  • Some faces of mobs will not be showed
  • Requires MCPatcher or Optifine in order to properly install

PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack Change Log

  • New version resleased
  • Some textures updated
  • Some minors fixed
  • Compatibility with the latest version of Minecraft

How to install PokeCraft Pokemon Texture Pack

  1. Download and install MCPatcher or Optifine
  2. Download Pokecraft Texture Pack
  3. Browse to %appdata%
  4. Look for ‘.minecraft’ folder
  5. Find ‘resourcepacks’ folder
  6. Drag and paste the file into the ‘resourcepacks’ folder
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