Find out some of the amazing texture packs for Minecraft version 1.13.1. Texture packs revamp your Minecraft world to look different than vanilla. So texture packs change every part of the game, while others bring slight modifications to blocks or items. On this page, you can discover all kinds of texture packs, including stylistic, realistic, flat, cartoonish and etc.
The MB3D Items Pack gives all the in-game items a 3D appearance when they are in their item form. Dropped items will be 3D, instead of being the classic flat 2D. Placing these items onto a item frame will give appearance to beautiful 3D effects that will make way for plenty of decoration work.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this pack. Download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.
BlockPixel is one of the most unique texture packs in the game. It keeps the style from default textures combining with a Pixel twist. The textures remind you of graphics from old games, because the design is very simple. Thanks to the simple graphics, the included cartoon style also fits perfectly. You can see 3D textures in some places in your world. However, this is limited to rails and plants only, because even more realistic textures would not fit into the pack. It doesn’t matter if you use a powerful or a weak device for gaming, because due to the 16x resolution no operating system in the world will have a problem with BlockPixel.
Vanilla Minecraft is good, but Classic 3D is a game changer! If you play with this pack, you will notice that almost all the blocks are in 3D. Basically, they are still the standard Minecraft textures, but with more details and more complex surfaces. All blocks look more beautiful and if you look very closely you will see a lot of new 3D elements, which takes your gameplay to another level.
Stoneborn is a simple texture pack that only affects the in-game GUI. With this pack installed, your GUI will now have a dark-medieval appearance. The dark theme will be very convenient for people who are used to using dark theme on their devices. The pack gives your GUI a majestic appearance that stands out from other GUI packs.Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this pack. Download links are given below. Read the installation instructions carefully.
UltimaCraft is one of the most popular Minecraft texture packs available. The pack is unique for the attention it gives to detail. My favourite elements of the pack are the stones/sticks lying on the ground and the smooth borders between different blocks. You can find stones and sticks lying on the ground here and there. You can also find some green flower like substance along with them. In the nether, you will come across netherrack stones lying around. These are small additions, but they really do add to the amount of detail that you have in your game. Next, we have smooth transistion between different blocks. If you have a grass block and stone block next to one another, the border between them will be smooth, rather than a solid line like in vanilla. Some grass will overgrow onto the stone, making the transistion look smoother and realistic. Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this pack.The download links given below will take you to the official curseforge files page of this pack. You can download your required version of this pack from there.
This a simple texture pack with a simple use. The Invisible Armor pack does exactly what it's name suggests. It makes your armors invisible. All of the armor sets, including the leather, chainmail, iron, gold, diamond and netherite armors are affected by this pack. Horse armor is unaffected. This pack is for all those players who spent hours designing their awesome skin, but are unable to see it while wearing armor. The pack works with all versions of Minecraft. You may receive an alert that the texture pack is for a newer version of the game and may no longer work correctly, but you can simply click "OK"and continue playing without facing any issues.Download links are given below.
The Advanced GUI texture pack caught my attention for being a unique texture pack that improves one of the most used, but often ignored, aspect of Minecraft - the GUI's. Many in-game blocks have their own GUI, and some of them, like chests, enchanting tables, anvils and crafting tables, are used very often. But these GUI's have stayed the same for a very long time, and they also look very lifeless since they mostly consist of only two colours. This is where the Advanced GUI pack brings a massive overhaul.All of the GUI's are a lot more detailed and interactive. Their layout and designs are often associated with the block they belong to and what that block is used for. I personally fell in love with the brewing stand GUI. It's a lot more detailed and I really liked the colour schemes used. Take a look at it in the screenshots given below.Download links are given below.
Default Dark Mode does exactly what it's name suggests. This texture pack replaces all of the GUI's, settings and loading screen with a darkened variant of their respective textures. This ensures that your eyes experience less strain when using them. The text is now in a light gray shade that suites well with the dark gray GUI textures. Only the colours have changed, the rest of the features of the GUI's and settings, stays the same. Furthermore, using Darkomizer you can add a custom shade to the textures. Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from the pack.› Download links are given below.
The Xray Ultimate pack makes all block textures transparent except for ores and liquids. This will make it easy for you to spot ores without having to spend hours mining. Infested stone variants are highlighted too, so that you can avoid mining into them. The pack works in the nether too, helping you find tons of ancient debris quickly.This might feel like cheating, but there's nothing wrong with using this pack in a single player world. Although, be careful as some multiplayer servers may not allow this pack and you may get kicked/ banned if found using one.→ Download links are given below.
Vanilla Minecraft doors are pretty dull and boring. They lack depth and has stayed mostly unchanged for a long time. So here's a pack that replaces the door textures. The Glass Doors texture pack makes all the wooden door variants look modern and detailed by adding parts made of glass into them. These parts are transparent and will look really good on modern builds. The iron doors are noe made of bars between an iron frame. This will allow the door fit in really well in a prison cell scenario.Download links are given below.
The Player Villager Model texture pack replaces the textures of villagers, zombie villagers, pillagers, and witches, with player models. The vanilla villager textures are all the same only with some changes in their clothing based on their profession. This pack changes that and adds more life to villagers. They now have hands that they can swing around and no longer have weird long noses.Download links for this pack are given below.
The Furnaces Reimagined texture pack simply changes the textures of the smoker and the furnace to give them a nice smooth animation and glow. This simple change is highly noticeable and will make your game look much more better and detailed. The texture changes will easily beat the boring vanilla textures. The glow and the fire animation will help you determine if the furnace is currently smelting any items inside it.Download links are given below.
The Improved Water texture pack changes the texture of water to give it a much needed element of realism. This pack removes the highly saturated blue colour of the water and makes it clear and gives it a glass like transparency, making it match up with the quality of the water that many shaders provide. The water become darker the deeper it goes. Underwater mobs in shallow water can now be seen clearly without any player effects. A before and after comparison can be seen on the cover image.Download this pack using the links given below.
This is a simple texture pack that does only one thing. And that is to make the item frame texture completely invisible. You can also do this using commands, but that's just not possible in survival, where you may not have access to commands. And this is where the Invisible Item Frame pack helps you. Don't let the simplicity fool you, invisible item frames make way for a ton of new possibilities when decorating your builds. You can place diamond items on trees to build a tree that grows diamonds. Or you can put your armor, tools or other rare/expensive items on display without having the not-so-pretty vanilla item frame texture getting in your way.Download links for this pack can be found below.
This pack is one of the three versions that the Everlasting Night texture pack set offers. The Everlasting Night - Plasma texture pack makes it so that your game looks like its always night time. And it does so by giving the Minecraft sky a purple tint, making it look like an out of the world fantasy. This pack will go well if you're building a alien-space themed build. If you are PVP player, you can use this while playing BedWars.Download links are given below.