Find out some of the amazing texture packs for Minecraft version 1.6.4. 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.
Faithless is a resource pack inspired by the Faithful series that adds many cool new textures. The UI is significantly changed to be generally smaller buttons but in an excellent way, with a cool new font and more. Many of the item and block textures are varied, but the faithless pack is not too extreme of an overhaul; it is still designed to be vanilla friendly but does overhaul a few things. In some ways, the resource pack does seem to improve performance, but that could be a placebo effect; many of the placed blocks, especially stone, look very similar or the same, while many of the entities look a bit different (sometimes good, sometimes not so well such as with the creeper.) Faithless is a pretty good texture pack that adds new levels of detail to the game and UI. It also has some texture changes for mods.However, it is important to know that the licensing is very restrictive; you can’t make unofficial ports, modify, build on, redistribute, or make money on the mod, according to the author. The resource pack also has beta versions.
Whatever your Minecraft playstyle is, Pixel Perfection is the way to go. It's a 16x texture pack, but you wouldn't notice the textures being as pixelated as in the default textures. It offers a unique RPG experience, but you can't tell what theme it is, because it offers plenty of visuals that makes it one of the most highly rated resource packs. Blocks, items and mobs have simple and impressive designs that are implemented in a creative way. Almost all blocks and items in the game have been retextured to make you feel like you are playing another Minecraft game, and this exactly is Pixel Perfection. Overall if you're a builder or an adventurer or have some other playstyle, this pack will impress you.
Rainbow XP Bar is a simple texture pack that makes your XP bar rainbow. This is a small change, but it is quite noticeable and overall makes your game look good. The vanilla XP bar is divivded into 18 segments. This texture pack makes it so that each of these bars have a unique colour and these colours gradually transistions from red to pink to blue to purple, as we traverse from right to left. This pack also changes the colours of the connection bar, making it rainbow as well. Take a look at the screenshots to see what you can expect from this pack.Download links are given below.
Fourté is the simplest texture pack I've ever seen. The pack comes in a 4x4 resolution, which is four times less than the vanilla 16x16 textures. And lower resolution textures mean higher framerates and better game performance. And the pack uses only a paletter of 42 colours. The pack can look a bit clumsy. But I am genuinely impressed at how Cheezlordy, the creator of this pack, has maintained to keep a considerable amount of detail even at such a small resoution to work around with. Download links for this pack are given below.
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.