Simplecraft 1.15 is a resource pack for Minecraft 1.15 that is, well, simple! Talk about a case of nominative determinism, eh? This pack strips away all the unnecessary detail and confusion to be found in the game’s default textures and other resource packs, turning the game into a blissful, cartoonish world of simplicity. If that sounds like something you’d enjoy then sit back, relax and have a taste of the simple life as I take you through my review and rundown of Simplecraft 1.15.
What is Simplecraft 1.15?
Like a lot of resource packs, Simplecraft 1.15 aims to make Minecraft’s visual style less complicated and much more basic and uncluttered. It does this by changing the game’s default textures to ones that a more minimalist and less visually. The result is an easy-going set of visuals that will leave you feeling chilled out and relax as you go on your merry adventures in the world of Minecraft.
What is Simplecraft 1.15 like to play with?
It’s safe to say that I love simple resource packs. Some of the most highly recommended packs on this site by myself are usually of the simple variety. There’s just something so great about a really high quality simple pack when paired with Minecraft. It really plays to the game’s strengths and I always love trying packs like these out. Simplecraft 1.15 is one of those packs, and I have to be honest, it’s a slightly mixed bag. While I loved some aspects of the pack’s design, there were some choices I really could’ve gone without.
Generally speaking, the textures in this pack are beautifully cartoonish and are drawn in a soft and almost retro video game manner. I particularly loved the new textures for mobs like the pig, where the original texture’s design can still be seen but has been vastly improved upon to fit the pack’s aesthetic. Colours are appropriately bright and cheerful and it’s genuinely a lot of run just to run around with this pack installed, looking at things around the world.
Where it falters however, is in aspects like this skybox. While I love a flat colour or two, this skybox doesn’t seem to be quite the right colour and comes across as jarring in day time play. Likewise, I could really do with some blocks having a new redesign. The biggest one for me was the standard log block, which uses a particularly ugly colour to demonstrate the block’s details.
What are the pros of Simplecraft 1.15?
✔ Simple and basic art style works well with Minecraft’s blocky construction
✔ Texture resolution keeps the game running smoothly with no performance strain
✔ Lots of textures are well designed and pleasant to look at
What are the cons of Simplecraft 1.15?
X Some players won’t enjoy the simplicity on offer in this pack
X Pack will be too cartoonish in style for some
X Some blocks retain their default textures
How do I install Simplecraft 1.15?
After your own slice of that simple pie? We’ve got you covered. Below you’ll find a quick guide on resource pack installation for Minecraft 1.15.
The first and most obvious step is to download the available Simplecraft 1.15 zip file. When it’s downloaded, take the file and place it into your Minecraft resource pack folder. To find this folder, open Minecraft and go to the resource pack menu from the game’s option screen. Once at the resource pack menu, select ‘open resource pack folder’. Alternatively, you can find the folder manually by using one of the below file directories:
Once you’ve got the folder open, place the zip download inside of it. Finally, you need to ensure that you enable Simplecraft 1.15 as active through Minecraft’s in-game resource pack menu. Once that’s done, you’re all set.
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Simplecraft 1.15 Texture Pack for Minecraft Download Links
Below is where you can find download links for Simplecraft 1.15 Texture Pack
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