Minecraft is a silly video game that is not yet complete but can be yours for €9.95 until 20 December. The game world is rendered as a collection of blocks with 16×16 textures painted on them. You can replace the textures, giving the world a whole different look. I have one which I need to call something so I will call it GroovyStipple.
I am aiming for an unrealistic, diagrammatic look, using a different stippling pattern for different types of material—this makes it a high-visibility texture. (Click the images to seem them larger.)
The second picture shows how different ore types have different patterns as well as colours, which might conceivably be useful to a colourblind player.
I have a variation called SmoothStipple which has the same patterns but without the groove effect along the borders between blocks. Here’s a shot illustrating the difference:
The texture packs only include terrain imagery so far: things like mobs, tools, and signs still look as normal. These are still works in progress.
You can get the ZIP files here:
To install them, click on Mods and Textures in the Minecraft main menu, use it to visit the textures directory and copy or move the ZIP files there.