Unlike many other Minecraft resource packs, Jehkoba’s Fantasy texture pack has an unusual theme. The creator Jehkoba was inspired by classic SNES JRPGs, tabletop roleplaying games and other low resolution adventure games. As a result, the textures he created are also in a rather low resolution. More precisely, each block and item has a 16×16 resolution. This is probably due to the fact that Jehkoba wanted to make his game world look like he was playing on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. However, to be honest, this assumption is a bit exaggerated, because the pack doesn’t look like graphics from 1990. If you like real old school graphics, check out the Retro NES Revived texture pack.
Surely you are always looking for new adventures in Minecraft. Jehkoba’s Fantasy texture pack will help you. The pack gives you enough creativity to build a cool hut. It should be mentioned that the original vanilla graphics were used as a reference point. This fact is not to be understood negatively, because you will never feel foreign in your own game world. Of course there are still some differences to the default pack that you will like.
Furthermore, you will feel even more comfortable in your virtual home due to the different warm colors. Sometimes everything around you looks like drawn. Besides the excellent color selection there is a much bigger highlight. To make your gaming experience more dynamic, some textures have been replaced by 3D models. Examples are the crafting table, doors and rails. This is only a small example, because you should have the pleasure to discover 3D blocks yourself. Maybe you prefer the classic 2D graphics and in this case you can also download a 2D version. You should use this version especially if you have a bad computer. It is best to download both versions and then decide which pack you want to use.
One of the most striking changes is that a new name has been assigned to a number of items. These are the names of some weapons:
There are also new enchantment titles.These name changes make Jehkoba’s Fantasy texture pack absolutely unique and give the whole project a great recognition value. All textures are constantly being revised. Check back here regularly so you won’t miss the next update.
By the way, creator Zack Simon always uses Sildur’s Vibrant shaders to make the Gameplay even more beautiful. Therefore you can see Jehkoba’s Fantasy Pack with shaders on the screenshots. The images are extremely diverse and give you a first visual impression of the weapons, armors and buildings.
In addition, you can see on a screenshot the villagers who appear as man and woman. As a result, you will find the same number of men and women in villages. In some cases, the villagers have different skin colors. This feature is definitely very cool, as it shows that there is no room for discrimination in Minecraft.
Minecraft Bedrock Edition:
The texture pack is completely free for the Bedrock Edition and does not require installation via the marketplace. In our download area you can find the official port for MCPE. You will be redirected to PlanetMinecraft and there you just have to click on the MCPE download button. Then click on the file and the import for Minecraft PE will start automatically.
Minecraft Java Edition:
For the Java Edition you have to do one more step before the actual installation, because you have to download Optifine additionally. Of course you can ignore this step, but then you won’t have access to all features of Jehkoba Fantasy.
With the operating systems Windows, Linux and macOS the installation is very easy.
|Minecraft PE / Bedrock Edition|
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|Minecraft Java Edition|
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By the way, the new MCPE version is not from the original creator Zack Simon, but from LightPulse. You can also find additional plugins on the official website.
If you had to describe Jehkoba’s Fantasy texture pack with adjectives, you would probably use bright, cheerful, colorful and bizarre. All in all, your Minecraft will be turned upside down, because nothing looks the same anymore.