Vexel's Dark Minecraft shaders is very similar to Continuum in the day time, however it seems to have a better overall look at night. It has better mid-tones than Continuum nighttime, and for as close to white light as it can be, the difference is really not much. However, It is still using yellowish colored lights as well, just with a little bit more variations then Continuum. All you need to do is install the shaders pack and its working, and you are good to go!
Dark Shader and Hekii's Shaders are his particular take on Minecraft shaders. In his pack, he sums up the lights brighter and adjusts it to a yellowish tint. With the brighter lights, he gives us the ability to see more detail in the textures. If you are just using vanilla minecraft, you are able to apply this shader just like any other shaders pack. For us it isn't exactly our favorite, but it is certainly a good option for using shaders to make your dark nights even darker!
This screenshot is a great example of how Dark shader makes all your nights even darker! If you ever wanted to make your nights look like a nightime under the sea, this is a great shader pack to consider! Danger's Shaders are all the way from left to right. They are the darkest on the list with better color variations than any of the other shaders. A detailed look at the right shade is very dark in the hyper detailed models and is extremely high in quality. If you ever wanted to mod your worlds, then this is a nice, strong option for you to use. I would say this is my favorite yet.
Eclipse's dark shaders are similar to Dark Shader but they have more color variations. With them, you can go from snow to a lava/fire/fog type hue. It is still a very good setting and a good option, especially if you explore the outer limits of the map every night. It is an amazing setting for sunset and nightset! d2c66b5586