MCPatcher HD is not really a resource pack. However, it is a crucial tool to make resource packs and mods work well together, similar to the Optifine HD mod. Each player might have their own opinion on which one is better, but both MCPatcher and Optifine are basically quite the same. MCPatcher will inform you when your mods are conflicting with one another before you enter the game. You can use this patch to easily turn off the tweaks that might cause trouble to your gameplay.
MCPatcher HD is quite important for PC Minecraft players who wish to mod their game. The tool comes with its own custom item textures. Some downloads include neat mods like Better Textures and Better Glass as a large package. Keep an eye out when you download this tool.
The convenience is what makes MCPatcher stands out. The tool can be installed with little trouble. With this, you can easily keep track of your mods, packs, and turn them on and off with a few mouse clicks. As you install more and more mods and packs, MCPatcher becomes more and more crucial.
Just a heads-up when using MCPatcher: Make sure you save it as a .jar file. It is also important that you Minecraft folder contains resource packs, mods or any third party contents. Make sure that your game folder looks like a fresh install, because that is what MCPatcher searches for to operate smoothly.
MCPatcher HD for Minecraft 1.8 Changelogs
- New biome colormap format.
- Custom item textures.
- Compatible with Forge, FML standalone, and LiteLoader.
- Reimplement CTM connect=tile.
- Reimplement CTM linked=true.
- Better CTM support for special cases like rotated logs, etc.
- Custom wolf collar, armor, sheep, map colors.
for Minecraft 1.8.8/1.8/1.7.10
Only for Windows:
Only for MAC OS and Linux:
Credit: Kahr – Original Thread on Minecraft Forum.