Super Craft Bros Brawl is a PVP map made by Sethbling, based off of Nintendo’s popular Super Smash Bros Brawl. It is a multiplayer map, and has a 2-4 players maximum. You first spawn in a wooden room, where there are signs with the rules. You can choose to be P1, P2, P3, or P4. Once they are picked, you can now choose up to 8 mobs to play as, such as a Creeper or a Zombie, and 6 maps to play in, including the Nether Fortress and the Village. Each mob has their own little perk. The zombie, for example, has a Knockback II spade, where as the rest only have a Knockback I item.
I believe it is a very unique and fun map. It fully utilizes the command blocks, and is great piece of work. However, every map has it’s ups and downs. This one only had some small little errors that didn’t make it exactly perfect. For example- when I play Randomized Mode with my friend, it almost always picks Nether Fortress. I noticed this problem with some other rather popular play throughs of the map. Also, once a player enters Spectator mode, they are free to access the Creative Menu and do as they please, such as messing up the map and helping players. Sometimes, the map doesn’t start some times, and we stay in the glass containers they keep you in at the start. Nonetheless, it’s still a great map to play, utilizes the Command Blocks in a new, fun, way, and it was overall a map I would definitely recommend.
If you want to play the map for yourself:
Cake Defense is a Custom map made by Disco_ where your objective is to kill all of the monsters that are trying to steal your cake. At the end of each round there are some items that drop out of the sky to help you with the next round.
I have played this map a couple of times and i think that it is well built and made perfectly for its purpose. Along with its custom texturepack it looks even better. But i don’t like that you have to have the custom texturepack to really enjoy it. With this and Disco_’s other maps he has really made himself a legend.
I give this map a
You can download this map in the forum link below.
SkyBlock is a challenge map where you are stranded on a floating island with only one tree, a chest filled with necessary materials to survive and thrive, and the island itself.
I have played SkyBlock many times and i found it very fun and challenging at the same time. Other challenge maps are normally very easy and straight forward. With SkyBlock the only limits you have is the lack of any material higher than stone, and that you have a limited amount of dirt and sand. My favorite part is that you don’t have to go out there without a clue of what to do, along with this challenge map comes a text document that contains a list of challenges that you can complete.
I give this map
If you would like to download this map go to the forum post located in the link below.
I thought I would just post about the latest map I downloaded which was the fantastic, creative and very large Sharthur medieval town. This map got a well deserved slot in the minecraft Monday show, Its an on going server build so not everything is finished but it sure doesn’t affect the quality of the map!
The map includes:
Castles (1 finished)
Churches and Cathedrals (2 finished)
Multiple gate entrances
City wall(s) and defensive towers
Stronghold(s) (1 finished)
From poor to rich districts (4 districts done)
Markets (1 done)
Harbour (still at work)
All trades like blacksmiths, woodworkers, farmers, livestock, bookbinders, pubs, bakers, butchers etc etc. (got alot of them already, but not done)
Sewers (have a great start)
and much more…
Most of the interior isn’t done in fact none but the massive cathedral, even that has basic interior but the exterior is brilliant, every attention to detail is there and it sets a medieval atmosphere as you walk down the long and twisting paths that run all along the map.
First off the unfinished builds don’t affect the map as I didn’t even notice or see an unfinished build,
But as perfect as I want the map to be, one thing that really annoyed me was tunnels below or next to houses that didn’t path to the house taking a long time to get out of some areas and slowing down your exploration,
Also the paths were quite hard to follow and at sometimes you just felt like your in an urban jungle with no way out but to get more lost.
Lacking interior or story to the map was quite upsetting as you soon got bored of empty houses….
Thanks for reading!
You can download the map and watch the episode of minecraft Mondays here: http://www.planetminecraft.com/project/medieval-city-sharthur/
Download the map and give me your input in the comments below!