Red and Blue is a cooperative puzzle map. You and a friend work your way through 25+ puzzles together. This map is not possible in single player, the puzzles all require two people to complete. This whole map will take approx 1 hr and 15 mins to complete. It may be faster, or slower depending on how clever you are, or how much you die.
You wake in a jet white room staring into the face of a complete stranger. You don't know this person, you don't recall ever seeing this person in your life. You both need to work together to escape, but can you trust them?
Rules: No breaking blocks.
No spawning items (unless you lost an item you received earlier)
No reusing levers/buttons.
You may /tp to your partner when and if you die. (Oh who am I kidding? You will die.) Instructions: You must have a partner or the puzzles are impossible.
One player is red and the other is blue.
Red will be given parkour related challenges.
Blue will be presented with challenges which require you to craft items or use your brain.
You may change throughout the map if you wish.
Play with monsters on, but make sure to hit the button at the start to set correct gamerule. Have command blocks ENABLED on your server.
Q: Why does the entrance drop leave you with half a heart of hp?
A: It doesn't anymore.
Q: Will you marry me?
Q: THIS MAP IS A COPY OF ITS BETTER TOGETHER!
A: First off, that's not a question. Secondly, it's better together was a copy/based on Portal 2. Mine isn't. So your argument is invalid. Red and Blue has a unique storyline, IBT didn't. Plus, it's better together wasn't the first co-op map. That is all.
Q: Why are you so serious all the time?
A: I'm not.
Q: What is your real name?
Q: How are you today?
Q: I have no friends and I want to play this map. Can I?
A: No. Well, you can, but you won't get far. In fact, you won't get anywhere, you'll be stuck in the spawn room. Go and find some friends or play with a random person.
Q: Will you make a sequel?
A: Probably not.
Q: Will you make another map?
Q: Have you made any maps in the past?
A: Yes, I'm not proud of it. It's really bad.
Q: Where have the playthroughs gone?!?
A: There are so many on youtube being sent to me through messages and posted on the thread that I didn't see how I would put them all on, so I removed all of them to be fair. If you want, go to youtube and search "Red and Blue Map Minecraft" and you're bound to find many playthroughs!
After having been completed for 3 years and being absent from this thread, I have come back to find that there is still interest in this map and the potential for a sequel. I would love to make a Red and Blue 2 however I feel as though majority of the original fanbase may no longer be interested in these maps, and those who see the new Red and Blue 2 will not have had the chance to play the first one.
I understand that this is an old map, but whether or not I do decide to create a sequel, I will certainly not be fixing the errors that years of Minecraft updates have created, if any at all. Some of the mechanics in this map may not work in the newer versions of the game, and I might have even unknowingly abused bugs to create some of the puzzle workings.
What I need from you is an answer. Would you like to see a Red and Blue 2? After 2-3 years of completion, I would think the demand for it would be quite low.
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So you wake up on a beach one day, and remember NOTHING. (Except your degree teachings in Engineering, Wilderness Survival, Metal work, Physics, Tech, Psychology, History, Dynamics, and Blocks.) You mine and build and survive for years and years.
omg, almost the best map EVER! but some parts we had to "hack" to get through cuz for one or 2, the redstone i saw didnt reach so i hacked in a repeater but other then tht, AWESOME: PLZ PLZ PLZZZ MAKe a continuation of this or a nother map, this was best by far, to u
James & I played the map, it was super fun!
Here's the play through:
P.S. We really loved the map!
Hey thanks for playing! Good to see the ending worked well for you and that you had a heap of fun. :smile.gif:
Your videos brought some of the map's flaws to my attention, so thanks for that. :biggrin.gif: