What is Battered Old Stuff Resource Pack 1.12.2?
The Battered Old Stuff resource pack by ozBillo gives Minecraft gamers the luxury of experiencing life in the 19th century. As the name suggests, it turns your usual environment into a captivating old-school fantasy land. Let’s dive right into the significant changes this resource pack can do.
If you ever spent moments in your childhood running around your grandfather’s farm playing with his old and rusty tools that you totally have no idea what they were for, the Battered Old Stuff is going to hit you with that nostalgia. However if you never experienced that, then here’s your chance.
The first thing you will notice after applying this pack is that the color palette used looks a darkish red. Achieving that medieval appeal is necessary. It is also noticeable that there was a lot of effort put into redesigning Vanilla Minecraft with the amount of detail present in every corner of the place.
The Battered Old Stuff pack gave planks, bricks, and blocks that faded, uneven, and broken look. Some of them are even covered in moss and mold. Some designed blocks are so reminiscent of the Victorian era, and it greatly tickles the players’ imagination.
The retouch done on trees is spectacular with crumbly looking barks and darker toned leaves. The forest trees look rather flamboyant with the nice change in color and texture. Even the vegetation was tweaked a little bit to complement its surroundings with muddy and moldy looking cabbages and pumpkins.
Windows were remodeled to have stained glass instead of just the regular clear glass. Moreover, you will find a lot of paintings of celebrities and icons that came from time.
One of the best attractions the Battered Old Stuff resource pack has is its nether. Sure, the obsidian and ender were given a deeper hue, but the nether is just absolutely breathtaking. It looks imperfect which, when put together, looks astonishing. If you are a big fan of mining and crafting things with nether, then this resource pack is definitely for you.
There was also some retexturing done on the game’s user interface (UI). When using the old-looking crates, the background looks rusty and dirty. Of course, it would look odd if everything else is retro but the UI, right?
The Battered Old Stuff resource pack offers support for these mods:
- Ancient Warfare
- Better Storage
- Biomes O’ Plenty
- Connected Textures
- Crafting Suite
- Crafting Table IV
- Easy Crafting
- Ender Storage
- Immibis’s Mods
- Iron Chests
- Key and Code Lock
- Project Bench
- Project Red
- RedPower 2
- Steve’s Carts
- Steve’s Factory Manager
- Thaumcraft 3 & 4
- Thermal Expansion, Thermal Foundation
- Twilight Forest
There are still quite a few blank details that need to be updated on the Battered Old Stuff resource pack, but it is so far a satisfactory texture pack to use. This resource pack gathered thousands of downloads and tons of good reviews from players and artists alike. It works fine with the latest 1.12.2v on 64×64 and 32×32 resolutions. It requires patchers for you to enjoy the features fully but it is guaranteed to run on both low-end PCs and powerful computers.
The Battered Old Stuff resource pack offers a great deal of realism for those who want to go out of that plain, flat, and boxy Minecraft world. It adds a huge amount of details into the visuals with the touch of imperfection which, for those who want it realistic, is necessary. It is highly recommended for players who like nether or those who fancy kicking a little bit of time travel in their game.
How to Install this Resource Pack?
- Make sure you have already installed OptiFine HD Mod.
- In Minecraft, go to options, and click the "Resource Packs" button. Then click the "Open resource pack folder" button.
- Place Battered Old Stuff Resource Pack into this resourcepacks folder.