Community Spotlight - PureBDCraft, Unbelievable Shaders
Today, we take a look at two outstanding gems - PureBDCraft - a multi-resolution texture pack by Sphax84 - and the incredible Unbelievable Shaders mod, by Sonic Ether! Both have a wide range of features - PureBDCraft comes in resolutions from 16x all the way to 512x, and Shaders can be fine-tuned to work best on your system, regardless of how powerful your computer might be. Check it out!
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In addition to Minecraft, 0x10c, Cobalt and Scrolls, we have begun a journey into the wide world of indie games! In this video, we have a chat with indie development team "Haunted Temple Studios" about their RTS title, "Skulls of the Shogun".
This channel will be used to publish indie game news from across the network, so if you're into all things "indie", be sure to check in on the channel frequently.
Congrats to Sphax for being showcased! I love Unbelievable Shaders mod, looks great with every texture pack that I've used. Plus it runs quite perfectly on any computer, heck, even my old 2010 laptop! Where would Minecraft be without mods?
I await the release of Notch's new game 0x10c, as well as the release of Scrolls, the wait is worth it!
I know I'm first, but please, no cookie for me thanks ( :; ) One of the choc chips melted anyway
very good choices for a preview
the trees don't wave cause it was a bit buggy in the last versions and they can only animate each block, not all of them together.
the bug was that one side of the leafes didn't wave it was locked to it's position but you can enable it in the config (minecraft.jar/shader/) dunno what file but on the forumpage of the mod are presets that you can copy there
another cool effect is the ray of god (found in final.fsh) that adds sunbeams to edges
the watermod was till now incompatible to GLSL shader (what sonics shader is mostly)
they are working on a compatibility now at the moment, thats why the update takes so long