FrostCraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

Can you imagine a world encompassed in ice all year round? If you do then the FrostCraft texture pack by jawz on PlanetMinecraft will certainly leave you in a frozen state of astonishment (pun intended)! The artist of the texture pack who goes by ‘jawz’ on has taken incredible care to ensure that even the tiny little crevices in cobblestone have frost dripping off them. Even the leaves are gray and dead! The ores in this texture pack have also gone through a chilling face lift as well. The ores are all cracked and frozen with an icy blue that could very easily fool someone for a brief moment into finding any random ore such as coal for a diamond. The only exception however is the redstone ore which emits a faint glow and can provide a little warmth or light for the night.

Speaking of the night sleeping would be a horrible idea, especially considering the and blankets and pillows are literally frozen in ice! While you’re up you could also look out your frosted window to see the crowned ice skeleton king or the sad creeper getting ready to blow up in your face. The endermen however, with their dark purple veins protruding from their skin, will leave you alone so long as you don’t look into their eyes. You could escape to the Nether but only to find that even in the most inhospitable fires of hell, pigmen have magical ice scepters, ghast have dozens of red eyes, and blazes around surrounded by frozen blue rods.

Overall, this texture is a magnificent work of art! The artist is incredible and should be recognized for this masterpiece.  The texture pack adds a wonderful feel of an icy cave dungeon as you would see in an RPG to Minecraft. This is by far my favorite texture pack to date! With that, this texture pack will leave you in chills and provide you with some relief from that warm, wet, spring weather.

How to install jawz’s FrostCraft Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

Step 1) Download jawz’s FrostCraft Texture Pack from this thread

Step 2) Place in your texture pack folder

Step 3) Run Minecraft and select the FrostCraft texture pack from the menu.

Step 4) Have fun!

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