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John Smith Legacy Texture Pack For Minecraft PE 1.0.3, 1.0.2, 1.0.0

2016-01-14, 00:17:34
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The re-release of dark medieval textures that have earned the recognition of many players worldwide! With the John Smith Legacy texture you get in the XII century, when all the buildings was carried out with stone and other ancient materials that in our times looks very epic and unforgettable. John Smith Legacy is a improved texture John Smith, which deserve special attention because it is one of the best medieval texture packs for Minecraft PE!

How to install texture pack John Smith Legacy?:

  • Downloadable texture pack.
  • Start BlockLauncher Pro.
  • Click on the wrench, and then "Tuning BL"
  • Click on the "Texturepack" and then "Import".
  • Now you need to find the downloaded texture pack in the file system of your device and click on it.
  • Texture-pack installed!

How to install Resources Pack?
iOS / Android / Windows 10
Download resource.
In the directory "games/com.mojang/" create a folder "resource_packs".
Then remove the resource from the archive, and move only the folder from the archive to the folder "resource_packs".
Go to settings MCPE, and then in the management of the resources.
Select your resource.
Enjoy the game!

Added by: Satanica | Views: 49444 | Comments: 7 | Tags: Medieval Texture Packs MCPE, .mcpack Texture Packs For MCPE, 32x32 Texture - Resource Packs MCPE

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Total comments: 7
The Best Medieval map in all of existence !
Some textures are not respecting transparency... anyone with issues with this? Using MC Win 10.
JS texture pack is crashing MC Win10 0.15.1... please advice...
JS pack crashed PE 0.16.1, I lost everything!  It would not extract. Why is the extension .mcpe?

Please advise...
I meant to say the extension was .mcpack  sorry, autocorrect.
at standard this file should open with MCPE. Try to create an empty folder in the resource packs folder, and then extract all contents there .mcpack