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Minecraft 1.8, 1.7.10, and 1.7.2 – Battered Old Stuff Texture Pack

Battered Old Stuff Texture Pack- What is it?

The Battered Old Stuff Texture Pack is a texture pack for those looking for a dated, yet charming change of pace for their Minecraft experience. The textures themselves are similar to ones you would find in the Photo Realism Texture Pack, but with a twist. The textures are all given a battered, old and/or rusty coat (much like the name of the pack).  The textures look great despite their antiquated look, though they may be a bit taxing on your system due to their high quality. Also, this pack needs MCPatcher due to it being a high definition texture pack. The ores, such as diamond, iron or lapis lazuli, look very nice, as well as the textures for the water and trees, with heavy emphasis on realism for the latter two. This pack is very reminiscent of something you would find in a painting, which is why I recommend downloading it below.

Now for some screenshots of the texture pack.

Screenshots of this Texture Pack

Here’s a screenshot of the texture pack:

How to Install this Texture Pack

This texture pack installs just like any other texture pack. Those installation instructions are as follows:

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So You want to install this texture pack? Well, thanks to us, we will show you exactly how to install this texture pack you desire! But first, read the following precautions:

  1. Be sure that you have the same version of Minecraft as the theme.
  2. If the texture pack is High Definition (HD), be sure you have MCPatcher ready.
That’s it! Click on the tab above that applies to you. Remember, if you have problems, drop a comment below and we will help you out!
  1. Download the Texture Pack.
  2. DO NOT extract the texture pack!
  3. Navigate to “.minecraft”. This can be achieved by going to Windows Explorer, and typing “%AppData%” (without quotes), then going into a folder called “roaming” (Ignore this if you can’t find it), and going into the “.minecraft” folder.
  4. Open the “texturepacks” folder.
  5. Drag the texture pack (the .zip archive) into this folder.
  6. Open up Minecraft.
  7. Go to “Texture Packs”.
  8. Click on the Designated Texture Pack.
  9. You have now successfully installed the texture pack!
  1. Download the Texture Pack.
  2. Download MCPatcher.
  3. DO NOT extract the texture pack!
  4. Run MCPatcher.
  5. Be sure to have put a check mark by “HD Textures”.
  6. Click Patch.
  7. That’s it! You only have to do the following once, unless you update Minecraft.
  8. To add a texture pack, just click “+” and add the texture pack.
  9. While the texture pack is checked, click “Patch” again, and you should now be able to select the texture pack in the “Texture Packs” section in the Minecraft menu.
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Download this Texture Pack

Note: This mod/texture pack/map has not been updated to Minecraft version 1.7.4/1.7.2 as of yet. You can, however, subscribe to our newsletter with the form below, and we will notify you via email as soon as this mod gets updated (You only have to subscribe once). Subscribe below now!

Note: Credit goes to the original maker of this mod, who is “ozBillo”.

About PurpleZion

Hello Everybody! I am PurpleZion, or Logan, as I'm known outside of here. I am the guy that's in charge of the Texture Pack section of this site, but I sometimes step over to write about mods too!