Nostalgia Shaders 1.19, 1.19.2 → 1.18.2

Nostalgia shaders

Nostalgia is a funny thing. Even if you don’t have nostalgic memories of something, sometimes you’ll look at something, and you can get a distinct feeling that you’ve seen it somewhere before. It sparks a memory in you somehow. This is exactly the kind of reaction we had when we first took a look at Minecraft’s Nostalgia shaders.

Complementary Shaders 1.19, 1.19.2 → 1.18.2

Complementary Shaders

EminGTR’s Complementary shader is useful for both high-end and low-end computers. This is because you can make a seemingly infinite number of customizations in the settings. In addition, the developer is incredibly active and documents everything in great detail. A complete changelog has been updated for several years, and it contains interesting information.

AstraLex Shaders 1.19, 1.19.2 → 1.18.2

AstraLex Shader

Many Minecraft players unfortunately had problems with the BSL shader in the past. Therefore, a modified version was released, which is called AstraLex shaders. The project was originally just called BSLex, but that caused confusion for some people. The name was changed accordingly, so that everyone would immediately notice that these are two different packs.