With over 700,000 downloads to date, the oCd Texture Pack is one of the most popular packs in the Minecraft world today. It’s called the ‘oCd’ texture pack because it makes everything in Minecraft simplified and symmetrical. Everything is perfectly angled at 90 degrees and all spacing is even. In short, the oCd Texture Pack is the perfect Texture Pack for someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
The changes in the oCd Texture Pack are instantly noticeable. If you thought the Minecraft world looked blocky before, then the oCd Texture Pack makes the effect even more noticeable. Every block is a perfect cube with 90 degree angles, and various types of shading have been removed in order to make the texture pack as simple as possible.
Here are a few goals that the mod’s creator, “Disco_” set out to accomplish with the oCd Texture Pack:
-No harsh or contrasting colors
-Every angle is 90 degrees, including minor things like the grass, rails, and more
-All spacing is perfectly even
Just because the texture pack calls itself ‘simplified’ doesn’t mean that it’s built for people with lower-end computers. The oCd Texture Pack can be used by anyone.
Whether you experience OCD twitches while walking around the default Minecraft world, or you just want to explore a world in which everything looks perfect, the oCd Texture Pack is ready to be installed. The texture pack is currently 80% complete although Disco_ continues to upgrade the pack on a regular basis.
How to install oCd Texture Pack for Minecraft 1.7.3/1.7.2
Step 1) Download the oCd Pack 1.6 from this link
Step 2) Run Minecraft. If you’re already running Minecraft, save and quit the world you’re in and navigate to the main menu.
Step 3) Click on the ‘Texture Packs’ button
Step 4) Click on the ‘Open Texture Pack Folder’ button (If this button doesn’t work for whatever reason, you can navigate to the texture pack folder yourself at %appdata%\.minecraft\texturepacks
Step 5) Place the oCd Texture Pack in the opened folder (drag and drop)
Step 6) The oCd Pack should pop up in your Minecraft menu (wait a few seconds). Once it appears, click on it and select ‘Done’ to apply the texture pack to your game.