In the volunteer the player has just volunteered for the new logic program in a testing facility; there are many different puzzles in this testing track, lots of parkour, mazes, and logic/redstone puzzles.
Please read the signs for rules and help, there should be a good 1-2 hours of gameplay.
For those of you that like collecting items for a score there is a whole stack of mycelium hidden in the map in different treasure chests.
This map is built for single player but it will also work for 2-3 in multiplayer.
This is a good map, although I haven't finished it yet. I'm doing a playthrough of it with my friend, jjrsk. Here's a link to the first video:
Also, I'm pretty sure you said at the beginning of the map that if we find any errors, we should tell you on the forums. I have found some errors, although some of them may not actually be mistakes. Here they are:
**SPOILER ALERT** if you haven't played this map
In the room where you enter the code where there are four doors leading to other rooms, there is a block missing in the ceiling and you can see the sky outside through it.
In one of the four rooms, Room 2 I think, there is a parkour course where there is water covering the entrance that you have to go through, and then you must jump across some blocks to get to a ledge made of blue wool that you walk across to get to some more blocks. You actually don't have to jump on the blocks to get to the ledge, you can just swim up the water on the beginning to get on the ledge instead.
In Room 4, where you have to take a quiz with iron doors, the quiz is incredibly easy because you can just look through the holes in the iron doors and see if there are more questions after the door you are looking through to determine if the answer is right.
In the room with leaf block parkour, the vines on some of the leaf blocks easily grow down, so you can just climb up the vines to get to some of the blocks.
Hope that helped!
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