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5 best Minecraft shaders for Android devices

Some players like to use shaders to either improve or add to the existing textures of Minecraft
Some players like to use shaders to either improve or add to the existing textures of Minecraft
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Modified 13 Oct 2020, 11:23 IST
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Minecraft has managed to woo more than a few generations of gamers with all versions of the game, whether it is the Java Edition or the Bedrock/Pocket Edition. Minecraft’s creative gameplay is known for allowing players to create an entirely distinct experience for themselves.

The pixelated graphics of Minecraft are an essential part of the essence of the game. However, some players like to use shaders to either improve or add to the existing textures of the game.

In this article, we take a look at some of the popular shaders for Minecraft and why you should try them for your next adventure.

5 best Minecraft shaders for Android devices

1) Autumn Pack

Autumn Pack (Image credits: MCPE DL)
Autumn Pack (Image credits: MCPE DL)

The Autumn Pack is one of the newest additions to the list of shaders available to players. The pack revamps the textures in Minecraft to make them look more like Halloween, with autumn-inspired looks for every block.

This is the perfect shader pack to use for Minecraft builders who love playing around with new textures.

Download the pack here.

2) Haptic Shader

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Haptic Shader (Image credits: MCPE DL)
Haptic Shader (Image credits: MCPE DL)

One of the more popular shader packs made for Minecraft on Android, the Haptic Shader is aimed towards improving the graphic quality of the game while also making sure that there is no adverse impact on the performance.

The shader vastly enhances the lighting of your Minecraft world, allowing for truly vibrant shades and colours. Shadows in the world are also made better, for a more sinister look at nights. Last but not the least, the shader allows trees and plants to move, which makes the game seem more realistic.

Download the pack here.

3) Unbelievable Shader

Unbelievable Shader (Image credits: MCPE DL)
Unbelievable Shader (Image credits: MCPE DL)

For an incredibly realistic look in Minecraft, you can use the Unbelievable Shader. It keeps most of the vanilla blocks in Minecraft but adds quite a lot of effects that end up making them look highly realistic.

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With a transparent and glittering look to the water bodies as well as a wavy animation to all the trees, plants and crops, the Unbelievable Shader is perfect for players who want to enjoy stunning textures while playing the game.

Download the pack here.

4) Reality Revolx

Reality Revolx (Image credits: MCPE DL)
Reality Revolx (Image credits: MCPE DL)

This particular Minecraft shader adds a delightfully realistic spin to the world of Minecraft. With a special focus on textures such as lava, the shader allows the Nether to look even more dangerous and sinister than it usually does.

The colours of the game feel more vibrant and much more saturated, allowing you to take in the beauty of your Minecraft world. All in all, this is a great shader for players who would love a more adventurous feel to the game.

Download the pack here.

5) Open GL 2.0 Shader

Open GL 2.0 Shader (Image credits: MCPE DL)
Open GL 2.0 Shader (Image credits: MCPE DL)
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If you don’t have a fancy mobile device to your name but still want to enjoy a realistic graphical quality to the world of Minecraft, then look no further. The Open GL Shader is meant to improve the textures of Minecraft while also increasing the render loading time by at least 40% in the game.

The textures are made in 16×16 pixels and can be run well on any kind of device. The shader allows the player to select either the normal bright look of the world or a slightly darker and more medieval tone. 

Download the pack here.

Published 13 Oct 2020, 11:23 IST
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