Note: If a device does not auto update, it may be because your organization has blocked automatic updates. If you have install permissions, you can always download the latest version from our download page.
If you have trouble installing the program using one of the installers above, you can download installerless/portable archives here: 64-bit Windows, 32-bit Windows, Mac OS X and UNIX/Linux. Note that these are not recommended and unsupported!
WorldPainter does not contain any virus or malware! If your virus scanner says it does, it is a false positive. Please report it as such to the makers, and use the "unquarantine" or equivalent function of your virus scanner, or disable it temporarily, to install and run WorldPainter. See this page for more information. VirusTotal results for these download links can be found here.
WorldPainter is free and open source software. It is licensed under the GNU Public License (GPL) version 3. You are free to use it without paying for it, but it takes a lot of time and effort to create and maintain, so please consider donating a small amount!
Although the first release was years ago, the Faithful texture pack is still the most downloaded texture pack in the world. In plain language, this means that the first version was for the Minecraft update 1.2.5. That was in the spring of 2012 and a lot of time has passed since then. Besides new game content, due to more and more complex updates, the Faithful team has of course also grown bigger and bigger. In the beginning, Vattic did all the work himself, but now the Faithful Team leads this great project. Today the team consists of over 20 people. Among them are graphic artists and translators.
Fortunately, there is also a large number of add-ons that you can install for free. These include major add-ons such as Faithful 3D, which adds a cool 3D effect to some textures. For example, small add-ons only improve fire and add low fire. Hopefully, there will be an add-on for animations in the future.
Bedrock Edition players must now be strong because Faithful is not free for consoles and mobile devices and you must spend 990 Minecoins in the marketplace. Therefore, you can only legally download the pack for Minecraft PE from the official marketplace. We are aware of this problem and therefore we offer you MultiPixel texture pack as a free, but still a qualitative alternative.
For the Java Edition, the Faithful texture pack is available for free. So if you are using Windows, Linux, Mac, or something similar as an operating system, you better watch out now. You might not be that experienced in adding PC texture packs and therefore we have created a little tutorial for you. The tutorial works for all Faithful versions. We also recommend you install Optifine because thanks to this mod you can see through windows more clearly. Of course, the other graphics are also improved.
For a long time, there was no official download available for the 1.8 version, but luckily this has changed. Via the Faithful archive, you can download all older versions for free. This information will make you especially happy if you are a fan of the old PvP mechanics. However, all old versions do not get any bug fixes or texture changes anymore, because they are the work of Vattic, who has retired from the project.
By far our most popular free app, this tiny tool for Mac and PC lets you convert Apple's new image format from HEIC/HEIF to JPG or PNG as well as the new video format HEVC (H.265) to MPEG-4 (H.264).More Details
Development Builds Preview what's coming next for Pinta by downloading a development build. These builds are updated periodically, but you can also download builds from each revision (requires being logged in to a Github account).
Currently 1.11 builds are experimental and may not work correctly. Entity tracking is disabled for now, meaning that the mod will not save entities in chunk that were unloaded. Additionally, the game will crash if you open a horse inventory while downloading. If you encounter any other issues, please file a bug report; I'll work on fixing these bugs by the next release.
Older, non-actively maintained versions of WorldDownloader for versions of minecraft before 1.7.10 can be found in the old thread or via the GitHub releases page (within the 'src' download of very old versions).
1. In the first post of the World Downloader thread, find the section titled "Downloads". Click on the link for the Minecraft version you're trying to use.2. On the GitHub page this takes you to, click on and download the base edit file for your Minecraft version. (It should contain the word "baseedit" and "mc#.#.#.zip", where #.#.# is your Minecraft version number.)3. Go to your ".minecraft" folder, then go into "versions". Create a copy of the folder for the correct Minecraft version and rename it to "#.#.#.wdl".4. Open this folder. Rename the two .jar and .json files here to "#.#.#.wdl . jar" and "#.#.#.wdl . json".5. In your text editor of choice, open #.#.#.wdl . json. You need to edit 2 things:
6. Save these changes. (Should look like )7. Open #.#.#.wdl . jar with 7-Zip or another archive manager and delete the folder "META-INF".8. Copy all the files from the World Downloader zip file that you downloaded in Step 2 into the .jar. Overwrite and merge folders if it prompts you to.9. Start the Minecraft Launcher. Click "Installations" at the top, create a new profile, and select "#.#.#.wdl" in the "version" dropdown.
* You can the .minecraft folder on ...Windows by entering %APPDATA%\.minecraft in an Explorer window or in the start->run dialog.Linux by opening ~/.minecraft/ in a file manager of your choice.Mac OS X by opening ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft in Finder.
World Downloader has an automatic update checker that fetches an update list from GitHub. No personal information is sent appart from the current version as part of the User Agent (which is standard for any HTTP request). This update check also performs some basic validation to ensure that the download is not corrupt. You can view more information on how the updater works, both internally and visually, on the project wiki.
This mod does communicate with the server for permission checks. These are intended to add permission requests to the mod to adress the concerns some server owners have about misuse. A few servers do automatically ban users when it detects the mod being installed; while I do not support this action in any way, it is important to be wary of the fact that some servers do this. The vast majority, however, either do not use this system or implement the in-mod permission request system. Please contact a moderator on your server for details (they generally like being notified before you install the mod as to what you wish to download).
TL;DR: To make use of the mod, simply join a server, pause the game, and click "Start download". If the server is multiworld (has more than the 3 vanilla minecraft dimensions), make sure to indicate as such. Travel around the world, making sure to load the parts you want to save, and opening any chests / other containers, and when you are done, pause, and click "Stop downloading".
Join a server, and then pause and select "Download this world". If this is your first time using the mod on that server, make sure to chose the appropriate multiworld mode -- if the server *only* has 3 worlds (the overworld, nether, and end), multiworld is not needed, but if it has any more worlds or has worlds beyond those official worlds, multiworld is required or you may end up overwriting data from one world with that of another. After that, you may wish to pause again and click the 3 dots next to the download button, allowing you to further configure the download options for that world.
Once you've started the download, you need to travel around the world. World Downloader will only save chunks that you can see -- if the game never loads it, it will not be saved. (However, once a chunk is loaded, the entire vertical section is saved.) For most servers, this is a range of 10 chunks (160 blocks), but it might be more or less depending on the server. You will need to open chests and some other blocks for them to be saved. See this section for more info.
If you want to use World Downloader with other mods, note that it might not save everything from other mods. For instance, it most likely will not save containers such as chests. However, it'll still probably save most of the downloaded world. World Downloader has not been tested with other mods.
World downloader is a mod that is mainly intended for use by players to make copies of their own creations. However, you may be afraid that someone will use the mod to create a copy of your own map, or another thing that they didn't build, and then put it on their own server. While I can't say that that isn't a risk, it doesn't mean you should entirely ban use of the mod (or players who use the mod).
Additionally, it only downloads the area that a player travels to -- it is impossible to download the entire map without traveling through it. World Downloader requests no more data than a vanilla client -- it simply writes the data that is normally sent. In essence, use of this mod will not have any affect on server performance.
It's preferred to report bugs on the GitHub issue tracker, but if you're not sure or don't want to register an account there, feel free to post in this thread and I'll create a ticket. The tracker is available here.
Hi there! Will this mod get an update to 1.8.8? I've seen an AMAZING island house on a server yesterday and I really want to download it, change a few things and play with it, maybe expand it to a city (In singleplayer of course, not to steal it.) The problem is obviously that the server is on 1.8.8. I'm pretty sure it would be a LOT more popular if this was on the latest version. It would be awesome if you could update it to 1.8.8. But even now, this is really useful. Thanks! 2b1af7f3a8