After the Fallout

It’s September 15th. It’s been sixty years since the bombs fell, and now the survivors of the apocalypse walk the ash-covered streets and mourn for the millions of souls that perished in the blaze of each explosion. There’s nothing left now. Only death remains.
September: After The Fallout is a post-apocalyptic HD texture pack that gives a dark and dismal feel to the game. Every block has been re-textured with the apocalypse in mind, and the altered green shaded lightmap gives the world a grim atmosphere. Contrary to what the name implies, this pack is in no way related to the Fallout series, aside from a couple secret references.
Make sure to use MCPatcher before installing. After your Minecraft client is patched, just drag and drop the ZIP file into your texture packs folder. Enjoy!


How to Install After The Fallout Texture Pack for Minecraft

In order to use HD texture packs properly (32× and higher) you will need to either patch your Minecraft using MCPatcher or using OptiFine. Optifine is preferred as it includes all of the features of MCPatcher, and greatly increases game speeds and graphics settings. MCPatcher tends to be updated on the same day as Minecraft updates, so use it instead if you are in a hurry.

  • 1.Download either MCPatcher or OptiFine. If you downloaded OptiFine, skip to step 3.
  • 2.For MCPatcher: Run the mcpatcher-X.X.X.jar file and proceed to click “patch.”
  • 3.For Optifine: Install OptiFine like any other mod – By opening minecraft.jar, and placing the .class files from Optifine’s zip file within.

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