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Re: Adventure Maps & Events

Reply #30
Having watched Genny B and Milbee's playthrough, that could be some massive roflcopters.

Also potentially funny for a series:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqfU-qZAZkM

My one issue with it is that there are no challenges.  There is an End Portal at the bottom of the map, so a full 'win the game' playthrough is possible.
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Re: Adventure Maps & Events

Reply #31
I half want to play captive minecraft II just because I want to see what it's like to finish it.  They just messed up so hardcore that they couldn't even finish. lol.

Re: Adventure Maps & Events

Reply #32
The Captive Minecraft series are very time intensive, I doubt they could be done in one sitting - but they are very very fun and satisfying, very much like the CTM maps in that sense.

Something for consideration - Diversity 2, a CTM but with a twist, each wool area is a different map genre. There is parkour, but if it proves too difficult you do get a free wool if you need it (but only one)

http://www.planetminecraft.com/project/diversity-2-multi-genre-map/

 

Re: Adventure Maps & Events

Reply #33
I can't imagine anyone trying to finish the Captive maps in one sitting.  On a lark, I started trying to get as many achievements as I could in Horizons, and it was still taking forever.

Then something glitched and I lost all of them.  I wonder what would happen with Captive if you were outside the original world border when that happened?
I am not a number.  I am a random variable!