I'd personally been waiting for this one. I enjoy parkour, and the name thrilled me. Let'a hope it lives up to it's name. Rules: don't break blocks, except clay, and you can place anything that you can craft. No using mods, cheats, or hacks. Play on peaceful. Do not put out fires or destroy torches. Lapis lazuli ore block means to place a lever, button, etc. there.
The red, orange, and yellow are what I would like to call "beginner" rooms, then from green on it progresses ever so much in every room hence forth. The jumps were clever and creative, and require much parkour skill. I liked the whole addition of Nyna Cat as well, but the storyline was flat for me, it followed every other storyline: "complete my course, then I'll kill you" that type of thing.
Also, there were a few times when cheating was VERY easy to do. Like, in the red room, at th top of the map during the last few maps, you could walk on the top of the wall, around to the door. In the yellow room I think, with the repeaters, you could easily jump to them and change the timing, making the whole room easier.
Could you give a review of my map. There are a couple of different aspects to it that would be great if you looked at it. The General Town and it's architecture, the hidden secrets and dungeons, the adventures and missions and most importantly the Science Co Challenge. YOu can find this large puzzle map inside the large stone/obsidian building outside of spawn. If you could do a review of either just the Science Co Challenge or the entire map that would be great.
Here is the link to the forum thread where what I said should be explained better if I was quite confusing before. You can read post 1 and 2 for more info.Link to Forum Thread
please try this map, its our first map and i'd like an honest review.
Alright so this is short, challenging map that will definatly stump you, we made
sure there are no flaws. i mean like i would know im the test monkey ive played this
map at least 50 times. so give it a go!
gtrs750, thank you for your continued support of the Minecraft custom map community. I hope you don't mind me posting this here...
Attention map makers and anyone going to Minecon who wants to hear about custom maps.
I've proposed to Mojang, a map makers panel. I would moderate it, find mappers, do all the work and volunteer my time.
They have very kindly considered at, but are not yet ready to schedule any panels.
I believe they will open up an 'application form' once they are ready, similar to what they did for indie game developers.
If/when this happens, PLEASE consider writing to Mojang and let them know that you want to hear more about custom maps.
I truly believe that custom maps are key to the future of Minecraft. Once the thrill of survival wears off, and you've creatively built everything you can think of, what's left? Custom maps!
There's nothing for you to do YET. We don't want to spam Mojang. But be ready!