Hello, I am back today with a new sequel to my other map "The Redstone Path"! This time, you will have a more epic journey than the last.
I do recommend playing the first one though as you may get confused in the beginning on what's going on.
You continue your journey after being teleported by a strange device. You look around your surroundings and see you were transported to a hellish world. You have no choice but to get out of here before something bad happens. Your objective is simple. Get out of here and find the way to home before it's too late. Find a lever that unlocks the path to home, collect pieces of redstone, and escape this unknown world.
Minecraft 1.9 or higher
Play in Singleplayer (Multiplayer may work, but you will need to use commands in some areas)
Everything else will be set in the map
8 Main Chapters
Detailed terrain and structures
3 Main Objectives
3 Side Objectives
I wanted to say that I love your Redstone Path series. I discovered it on MinecraftMaps and was astonished by how beautiful it was. The first Redstone Path was the first map I ever played that made me feel alone in the game, but not in a scary way. Minecraft is all about being alone in a world and you survive in that world (Except for villagers and animals and other stuff). The way you created the world felt peaceful. I knew there were no threats and there was a very calm feeling through out the map and I love it. It felt like I was exploring an abandoned world. If you know of the Submachine flash game series, that what your map reminded me of. The lack of story but interesting monuments were fun to explore. You also know how to hide stuff well. VERY well. Maybe TOO well.
1 thing that I would like to point out is that in the Mushroom land chapter, around -268, 23, 16, you can jump up on the edge and see the parts of the map you are not supposed to see and can jump onto other chapters, so you might want to fix that. Other than that, Great job!
Shubble, It depends on how you play it. If you look for all the secret items, it will take 3-4 hours. Thats how long it took me. If you just want to beat it without looking, it will take you 30-45 minutes