Star Wars Texture Pack for Minecraft PE
Download the Star Wars Textures Pack for Minecraft PE: become a stormtrooper or join rebels in their fight against the Empire.
What does Star Wars Texture Pack offer in MCPE?
The Star Wars franchise has one of the outstanding universes created by a human being. It’s so vast and immeasurable that thousands of characters fit in it.
Moreover, more than half of all Minecraft PE users love and respect this universe whence there are so many Star Wars related creations.
Various maps, addons, locations, modifications, and texture packs are being released every week.
Therefore users have vast opportunities and a wide choice to pick up from.
The Fantom Menace
This MCPE texture pack modifies nearly the entire game: seventy percent of all existing building blocks and creatures now look different.
This texture pack focuses on deserted areas and everything related to sands. Many users report it’s the best choice if you want to rebuild the famous Tatooine Planet.
Obviously, you can do whatever you want, but in this case, it’d be better for you to start your desert caravan with llamas and all.
Moreover, this texture pack features two suns you can witness from any part of the world. It indicates you’re not on Earth but somewhere, perhaps, in the Galaxy’s Outer Rim.
Minecraft PE brave explorers will also encounter some Hutt gangsters and many unknown and bizarre-looking creatures.
This time MCPE users shall find themselves on the other side of the universe. However, beware of the new stormtroopers parading near you.
They won’t keep their lasers calm once they spot you hiding with other rebels. The whole sandbox survival has been overhauled and rebuilt the way Star Wars look.
Furthermore, workbenches and furnaces now look better and more sophisticated: it’s future, after all. Minecraft PE has never resembled our galaxy as it does now.
FNAF Texture Pack
0.14.0 – 1.19.51
FNAF Texture Pack
1.1.0 – 1.19.51
Nearly all Minecraft PE blocks now look different.
Open global resources and apply it there.
Yes, many animals now look different.