Portion and parcel of Minecraft is the ability to build your map, and explore other people’s projects. But with so many maps out there, it can be challenging to wade through the below average to get the gems. If if you’re new to Minecraft, or merely want to be sure to haven’t missed some terrific maps, check out these top Minecraft maps.
The first version of Sky Block became famous for it’s limited map size and the survival difficulty it created. This follow-up version gives two more sky pads to the map and starts you on a tiny island floating in the middle of nowhere, with an ice block and lava. It includes more items to find as you explore the problem map.
This RPG endurance map is also known as Imperial Lands and it is massive. Although this map isn’t directly inspired by any one particular dream world, the influences of A-List titles, including the Morrowind series, Oblivion, the Results series, and Assassin’s Creed. This map spans eleven cities, eight villages, three secret empires, and over 250 quests. The missions follow an open-world style similar to those designed by Bethesda Studios and give about 40 hours of gameplay. There is also a functional economy with a monetary system, and jobs to earn money. Get sure not to miss the hidden roller coaster railway which supplies an amazingly long 20-minute ride.
The Forgotten Forehead
This was one of the first adventure class maps to appear in Minecraft and has been an old favourite ever since. This plays much like a graphical version of common text-based adventure games like Zork, by dropping the player into the centre of any dungeon, with a few signs to find out their objective, and not much other help. You must solve questions, hidden doors and passageways, sound blocks and Minecraft’s first high scoreboard. That offers about 20 minutes of gameplay.
Deep Space Turtle Chase!
This is a new map and can be located on the VoxelBox server. What will hit you the first time you play this is how terrific the images look. The map features a high-resolution texture pack, but you’d better have a machine with a little muscle to launch it. The map itself is packed to the top with tiny details to discover and plenty of things you can do, including hurtling through space on a bolide, and epic explosions. With something around 50 easter eggs found, you can spend untold amounts of time on this map. But this isn’t merely a pretty map.
Escape the Puzzlemaster
This is essentially Minecraft’s answer to the Portal games, as it puts you in the position of aiming to break free a monomaniacal scientist who has located you in the midst of a maze. The only way out, as the map name implies, is to solve several questions. You are given a collection of clues to help you solve the problems, and they’re cleverly written to be helpful, however, not provide a readily apparent solution. The maze challenges consist of parkour, riddles, running and lava obstacles. Completing the puzzles will not only advance you through the map but also provides rewards, besides the gold ingots scattered throughout.
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