You are Jack Spades on an epic adventure reaching the unknown corners of the world. You stumble upon different set of temples along the way, all filled with riddles, puzzles, sceneries and stories to be told. These temples and God-made lands hold treasures that Jack Spades tries to find to fulfill his own legacy.
Click "Spoiler" to find trivial information about the maps!
- The character you play is named Jack Spades. - The first map was to about 80% made entirely in survival mode, as it wasn't supposed to become an actual adventure map.
- All of the maps were made during Minecraft's beta phase (back in and around 2010-2012).
- These maps were made in Multiplayer, and no other third party program was used.
- Redstone circuitry powers the maps' mechanisms, no command blocks whatsoever.
- These maps were made by XGLDF and Trumavarium alone.
- The maps took approximately 2-4 months, each, to make.
- The series doesn't end after the forth temple, the story continues at Jack Spades and the Hidden Village.
Probably every official release and most snapshots, these maps are ported from times of Beta, where there were no command blocks. There's nothing much to break here through updating, besides for some mechanics - but they most likely got fixed during process of the porting. Anyway, I played part 1 in 1.11.2 and everything worked.
I played the first map and really like how the map is done, give me also some nostlagic feelings:)
Im going to do a review of this map on YouTube, my YT channel is german so you maybe wont understand something^^´
But if Im done with the review (what can take a bit time) I will write a little bigger english review, what I think about the map here.
We have to plans to make more maps, as of now. It all comes down to how well acclaimed these maps get (once again).
Even if we don't necesserily understand the language, despite us knowing a language quite close to the German language, we would still want to see your YouTube review! So, please, feel free to upload it here. It would mean a lot to us!
Remember to post your playthroughs!
We can promise we've been watching almost every single one since the day we started making these maps (until they became too many) and we love to see you guys figure out and enjoying the maps! They also provide us great feedback when it comes to the puzzles!
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