Minecraft interesting maps

The best addition to Minecraft was the Adventure mode. This mode was introduced in Minecraft 1.3.1. It allows users to express their creativity and create a multitude of maps.

These dynamic experiences are more about exploration than building and often include combat. These maps contain puzzles, traps and many other hidden secrets. Many of these maps can be enjoyed alone, but some are more enjoyable with multiple players.

5) Wrath of the Fallen

Wrath of the Fallen was created by Simon Collins-Laflamme (one of the most respected Minecraft creators). This hack and slash-themed map features beautiful structures and custom weapons. It also includes boss fights, challenges and potions.

It is recommended that you play this map with at least two people. It can be enjoyed alone, however.

4) The Tourist

The Tourist is one of the most stunning builds in Minecraft. You can also find a variety of minigames, as well as its own soundtrack.

This map is also one of the longest in the game. It takes four hours to complete from start to finish. If you stop to admire the stunning architecture around the map, this time will likely increase.

3) Teramia

Teramia is the biggest map in Minecraft. It has a huge open world and is non-linear RPG. The world is open to exploration by players, and they can also help NPCs.

The map is divided into four regions. Each region is inhabited by a number of mobs, villagers, and nine dungeons. There are also a few fortresses that can be claimed by players.

2) The Escapists 2

The Escapists 2 allows you to plot your ultimate escape plan with the resources available. You can also gain notoriety among other inmates and earn their cooperation.

This map is inspired by the prison simulation game of similar name. This map however features eight large cells, a currency system and jobs.

1) Kingdom of the Sky 2.

Kingdom of the Sky 2 continues the stunningly beautiful Kingdom of the Sky adventuremap. It introduces narration in the form of a series of YouTube video clips that the player is given at specific intervals. It’s similar to Bioshock’s system logs. You can continue your journey while listening to the narrations.

Even if you miss some parts, the map is still surreal and imaginative. This will not leave you disappointed.