Vaporwave Minecraft Resource Pack

Posted on

Vaporwave Minecraft is the name of the second PvP texture pack by ErikoGamerYT for both obsolete and newest versions of Minecraft Pocket Edition. The previous one was named Aya Resource Pack, which has much in common with the pack of today. This time, the blue and the violet colors prevail, which is really reminiscent of the synthwave style. In the dark, all the things look pretty, and if you are somewhere near the clouds, you will have a view of the incredible sky.

In general, the Vaporwave Minecraft resource pack was created for a certain mode where players fight each other. The thing called BedWars is probably the perfect fit, but due to its realism, this one is able to be used by you anywhere including the normal survival.


There are a few features of the Vaporwave Minecraft resource pack. Those include 32x blocks redrawn with greater smoothness, new particles, full GUI in blue tones, new panorama, night sky with stars, icons repeating related items, and updated progress bars.

How do you install the Vaporwave Minecraft resource pack? If you want to install the Vaporwave Minecraft resource pack, the first thing that you have to do is to download the pack and open it using Minecraft PE or Pocket Edition. You are able to get this resource pack from Planet Minecraft, For Minecraft, or elsewhere. After that, go to the game setting and activate it.

In Minecraft, the resource pack system provides a way for you to customize textures, models, languages, music, sounds, the end poem, fonts, and splashes, without any code modification. Resource packs are able to be located in the folder resourcepacks within the .minecraft folder. Every resource pack is either a sub-folder or a .zip file within the resourcepacks folder. Once in the folder, it is able to be added from the options, where it is able to be moved between Available resource packs and Selected resource packs. The selected ones also contain the default assets on the bottom, which cannot be removed.

Apparently, resource packs load their assets based on the order of the packs on the list. The bottom-most pack is the one that loads first, then every pack placed above it replaces assets of the same name with its assets.

A resource pack is able to be bundled with a world by saving it under the name resources and placing it directly in the folder of the world. When playing the world, the resource pack shows up as the default right above the default resource pack. A default one is also able to be set on a server by adding a link to .zip file download after the line resource-pack= in the server properties file. All the users are still able to opt out of using the resource pack or decide not to download it though.

The old textures (pre 1.14) are available in a resource pack named Programmer Art. However, this one is not available by default in 1.16.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.