GLSL Acid Shaders 1.18.1 → 1.7.10

If you’re looking for a shader pack that makes Minecraft look like it’s on acid, then Acid Shaders 1.18.1 → 1.7.10 is the perfect choice! This pack is designed to change the way lights, shadows and shading work in the game, giving it a psychedelic look. It doesn’t require any additional software or mods to work correctly, so you should be able to just install it and play with it.

GLSL Acid Shaders 1.18.1 → 1.7.10

Get the improved visuals without suffering a major hit to performance and rendering speeds with this easy-to use shading package. If you can run Minecraft well already, then it’ll be no problem installing Acid Shaders! You deserve some time off from all those mundane tasks like building houses or mining away at minerals–don’t let anything stop your enjoyment of gaming.

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GLSL Acid Shaders 1.18.1 → 1.7.10 GLSL Acid Shaders 1.18.1 → 1.7.10
The input is an announcement about GLSL AcidsHaders being available for download on various sites; however I found myself skipping straight down into its description which was much more interesting than what appeared above because now we know how players will experience such graphics: balanced yet impressive enough where people may want them installed even if their computer isn’t close.

Changelogs

R6
  • Added the sky back into the background.
R5
  • Reformatted some more code.
  • Fixed the block outline bug. The transformation needs to be done inside gbuffers_basic, however doing so will cause the transformation to apply to all the gbuffers, so I added programs for most of the gbuffers.
  • Made fog fancy instead of fast.
  • Collapsed the World Space edition into the Screen Space edition. You can now enable World Space by un-commenting lines in the following files: gbuffers_terrain.vsh, gbuffers_entities.vsh, and gbuffers_basic.vsh. You can also uncomment lines in the textured, textured_lit, and weather programs, but the difference is not really worth the 30 seconds it would take you.
  • Released Animal Crossing Shaders (would have abbreviated as AC Shaders, but that would get confused with ACid).

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