This is a texture pack I've worked on and off on for some time, and am quite proud of it. Something this forum has lacked is space-themed texture packs, and I intend to fill that gap. So without further notes, I give you: Before I get anybody's hopes way up, I'm not working on this until I get inspiration. The terrain is completely done, and so are a few mobs and guis, so I think it's playable for now. I'm working on other projects right now, so don't ask for an update. Run it through the texture-pack-to-resource-pack if you want to play 1.6. I'm terribly sorry for the inconvenience.
0.5 Created and posted
0.6 A couple random items, the cloth armor, two GUIs, and the enchantment table's book.
This is a 16x16 texture pack set on an alien world. You've crash-landed on this planet, with no radio to be found, filled with both friendly natives and dangerous and evil creatures, and a legend of a race known only as the 'Precursors', which have been rumored to have started life in the galaxy, before wiping themselves out almost completely in a massive war.
(The slopes are from Carpenter's Blocks, an exellent mod that I highly recommend.)
READ THIS before downloading:
This is a custom language for use with this texture pack. I highly advise using it. It replaces the Australian language pack by default, but you can rename it to something else if you happen to like it. Some changes include pickaxes renamed as drills, shovels as jackhammers, apples as Acikad tree fruit,
1. Download the texture pack and/or the language pack(Highly recommended).
2. Locate your .minecraft folder. You can access it by opening the "Run" tool in the start menu, and typing %appdata%.
I'm not sure where it is for mac, so ask around. Sorry.
3. Drop the texture pack .zip into the \texturepacks folder.
You can also open Minecraft and click "Open Texture Pack folder" and drop it in there. I suggest doing this.
The language pack's installation is a bit more complicated. First get to your .minecraft folder.
1. Get 7zip, or a similar program.
2. Right click on minecraft.jar and go to the 7zip options list. Click "open archive".
3. Open the "lang" folder and drop the language file into it. Say yes to overwriting a file.
4. Run Minecraft and click on the speech bubble button by "Quit"
5. Select the language pack you overwrote. By default this is Australian English.
Credits and Legal Stuff
This texture pack and language pack, ignoring the unedited things, is my personal property. You may only share this on some other site if I provide written consent, and if so you can't make any money off it through adf.ly, adfoc.us, or any other site of similar purpose. If something breaks your Minecraft anything or computer, or causes damage, death, or other hardships I cannot be held responsible. You do have authority to share knowledge and post links to this page, however, as long as it's within Minecraft Forum's rules or whatever site you're posting it on.
Texture pack by me. Unedited stuff like the Mojang logo and the stone hoe is property of Mojang, as well as Minecraft's code.
Language pack by me. See above for exceptions.
My brother for suggestions and ideas.
That one other 16x16 space pack for Beta 1.3.1
First 16x space themed pack I've seen, and the first pack not to make Minecraft look like the moon. What I hate currently about language packs is that once a new block/item is added to Minecraft (it seems like it happens every week) you have to manually adjust all the names again within the "new" language file. +1
.. For curiosity, I think. And power. Or just they were there like in matrix : if you make others robots like mobs, they can reproduce themselves.
First there were some robots, maybe marooned on the earth; then they duplicate and spread the mechanical life on Minecraft. Why not?
Cool. I'll get to it. I accidentally destroyed the cow and ghast I had finished with unzipping and copying by accident, so that's a problem.