Ventura 1.12.2 and 1.11.2 is a very colorful resource pack, consisting of simple style resource designs, that is, without any watermarks, but able to fill your Minecraft worlds with color. The map author wanted to convey the concept of “adventure” in this resource pack. Simple, color-filled resources that will animate your Minecraft worlds.
It’s a 16x resource pack, just like the predefined resources in the game, so if you don’t have a potent computer and want to fill your world with simple colors and resources, this pack might be interesting to you.
This pack is provided solely for personal use by the downloader. You are free to edit it so long as you do not upload these edits. Under no circumstances are you allowed to redistribute or claim my work as your own.
What is The difference between Minecraft texture packs and resource packs?
Both are the same! There is no difference between Minecraft Texture Packs and Minecraft Resource Packs. In Java Edition, 1.6 texture packs were replaced with resource packs, which change the textures of the game and things like sounds, music, language files, fonts, splash texts, and more. Texture packs only modify the game’s decoration; resource packs can modify decorations, audio files, animations, etc.
What do mods and data packs do in Minecraft?
Mods make the game more enjoyable; change the default game code. Resource Packs change textures, sounds, models, and other resources that are already in the game. Data Packs provide a way for players to customize their Minecraft experience further.
Ventura Resource Pack Installation Guides:
1. Download Ventura Resource Pack file format and do not Unzip it
2. Download and Install Optifine or MC Patcher for better resource pack performance.
Optifine is preferred as it includes all of the features of MCPatcher and it increases game speeds and graphics settings
However, MC Patcher is needed for your hurry.
3. Go to minecraft/resourcepacks where minecraft stores all resource packs. This step depends on your operating system:
a. Windows: %AppData%.minecraftresourcepacks
b. Linux: ~/.minecraft/resourcepacks (This folder may be hidden in the Home Folder)
c. Mac OS X: ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/resourcepacks (This folder may be hidden)
4. Put the resource pack (ZIP file) in the opened folder
5. The resource pack is applied after a few seconds.
6. Enjoy your new world with this resource pack.