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The Mystery of the Bird Shop

Created by OakSpringEagle

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Map Info

A Detective Map.

Three birds are stolen from a shop called "Stella's Tamed Birds", and you have to find them...

Features

This map includes:

  • A Storyline
  • Parkour
  • Mob Battles

Additional Info

This map is recommended for 1 player only.

Side Note: This is my first map, so don't expect it to be amazing.

A walkthrough will be up on my YouTube channel soon.

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Map Details

Creator: OakSpringEagle
Rating:
(179 votes)
Version: 1.0
MC Version: 1.12
Size: 2.83 MB
Added: 2017-07-25
Downloads: 7,106
Category: Adventure Maps

Comments  

+1 Techelon Quoting bekfast:
how do you play it i tried to donload it but it doesnt work

You weren't able to download it? Or you downloaded it, but didn't know what to do next?

Once you download the .zip file, you'll need to extract the folder (we'll refer to this as the "map folder") in it. Then place the "map folder" in the "saves" folder in the ".minecraft" folder. (.minecraft can usually be found by typing %appdata% into File Explorer).

2017-08-13 04:57

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+3 AviatorAlligator Brilliant first map, you should be very proud of yourself. I look forward to playing future maps from you on my upcoming youtube channel! Great job for a first map!

2017-08-11 19:26

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+1 OakSpringEagle Quoting Tala:
I tried downloading this map but it just shows up with a massive flat space of sandstone

I don't know how to fix this.

Sorry.

2017-08-09 18:50

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0 OakSpringEagle Quoting HannahsGamingMania:
So my name is the name of my youtube channel so watch out for this vid the only problem is that when I finished fighting the zombies and skeletons there was no button on the wall or way to get out like ive seen on another video, what should I do???

Try this: /tp 750.5 56.0 -4.5
Copy and paste this into the chat (replace "" with your username)

2017-08-09 18:49

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+1 HannahsGamingMania So my name is the name of my youtube channel so watch out for this vid the only problem is that when I finished fighting the zombies and skeletons there was no button on the wall or way to get out like ive seen on another video, what should I do???

2017-08-06 14:50

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0 MicSTAMAN i love this map and it is a surprise it was your first one

2017-08-04 07:33

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0 DarkCraftGaming It was an okay map, and a good one for your first one. I think you guys need to work a lot on hiding your redstone/comman d blocks and making the act of talking to people more fluid. Looking up guides for this or asking an experienced map maker for a little help might go a long way. Like having multiple button presses and pressure plates for the act of talking made everything a bit awkward. Also some other tips is to just use two command blocks for one pressure plate/button, especially for the parkour part and the end part. Making us set our own spawnpoint was just a little weird since you couldve done it when you tp the person in. Also, the end part seems very unfinished. You had the lever in the chest and even when you go into the end there is no way to get out of the box. I also noticed a command block under the platform that didnt have a pressure plate above it. But don't feel too bad about all this stuff, it's all pretty easy to improve on if you want to make another adventure map. The overall layout of the map was nicely paced. I think theres also some tricks to make/remove, and teleport villagers to make it where you dont have to put the same village three times, but I'm not sure exactly what the trick is to be honest.

2017-08-01 10:06

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0 sassyangel As someone who plays lots of Minecraft maps I have to say this is good for your first map! There are of course things that you will get the hang of implementing in future maps once you do more! I enjoyed the story and thought it was really good. I did record it for youtube so if you would like to check it out here is the link! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AwjOrdIkC4 Thanks for creating the map I hope to see more from you in the future! :)

2017-07-31 16:51

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0 Tala I tried downloading this map but it just shows up with a massive flat space of sandstone

2017-07-30 14:15

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0 Sakaturaus I really like the story

2017-07-30 11:15

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0 ThaDaddie&ThaTweetie We had a lot of fun playing this map. We recognize that it was a little easy but as a first map, you should be really proud, OakSpringEagle. You can check our Let's Play here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ibRyMSMlCU

We look forward eagerly to playing future maps from you.

2017-07-30 03:12

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0 macgiv its a good map for your first one but it was very easy to just skip the part where you go to the end and its also very confusing and easy to not see some things such as the pressure plates and i got stuck because i didn't see the pressure plate since the wall was one block high i just walked over.

2017-07-28 17:26

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0 Ultra2000 I loved this map but my advice is what was the point going to the end if the lever was in the chest

2017-07-28 11:04

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0 Crystal This was overall an AWESOME map!! I wish the parkour was a bit longer though!!

2017-07-27 23:25

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0 bekfast Quoting sam:
really cool map i play a lot of maps and it is good to see one that is simple and not too difficult great job ;)

how do you play it i tried to donload it but it doesnt work

2017-07-27 11:11

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+2 cold2d good birdie!

https://youtu.be/XRsxRhbMrRE

2017-07-27 02:30

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+2 OakSpringEagle Quoting Blitz722:
It was an okay map, and a good one for your first one. I think you guys need to work a lot on hiding your redstone/command blocks and making the act of talking to people more fluid. Looking up guides for this or asking an experienced map maker for a little help might go a long way. Like having multiple button presses and pressure plates for the act of talking made everything a bit awkward. Also some other tips is to just use two command blocks for one pressure plate/button, especially for the parkour part and the end part. Making us set our own spawnpoint was just a little weird since you couldve done it when you tp the person in. Also, the end part seems very unfinished. You had the lever in the chest and even when you go into the end there is no way to get out of the box. I also noticed a command block under the platform that didnt have a pressure plate above it. But don't feel too bad about all this stuff, it's all pretty easy to improve on if you want to make another adventure map. The overall layout of the map was nicely paced. I think theres also some tricks to make/remove, and teleport villagers to make it where you dont have to put the same village three times, but I'm not sure exactly what the trick is to be honest.

Thank you for your advice. The chest at the Ender Dragon part gives you a specific pickaxe that allows you to break End Stone.
Thanks again for playing my map.

2017-07-26 19:26

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0 sam really cool map i play a lot of maps and it is good to see one that is simple and not too difficult great job ;)

2017-07-26 18:00

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+3 Archean Nice job for your first map! But I would recommend putting a little extra time into the redstone and the over-all plot.

2017-07-26 17:49

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+3 SuperT Quoting Blitz722:
It was an okay map, and a good one for your first one. I think you guys need to work a lot on hiding your redstone/command blocks and making the act of talking to people more fluid. Looking up guides for this or asking an experienced map maker for a little help might go a long way. Like having multiple button presses and pressure plates for the act of talking made everything a bit awkward. Also some other tips is to just use two command blocks for one pressure plate/button, especially for the parkour part and the end part. Making us set our own spawnpoint was just a little weird since you couldve done it when you tp the person in. Also, the end part seems very unfinished. You had the lever in the chest and even when you go into the end there is no way to get out of the box. I also noticed a command block under the platform that didnt have a pressure plate above it. But don't feel too bad about all this stuff, it's all pretty easy to improve on if you want to make another adventure map. The overall layout of the map was nicely paced. I think theres also some tricks to make/remove, and teleport villagers to make it where you dont have to put the same village three times, but I'm not sure exactly what the trick is to be honest.

The Trick would be give them a name and do /tp @e[name=(name) x y z [yaw] [pitch]

2017-07-26 16:35

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-1 lol easiest map ever

2017-07-26 13:27

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0 SuperT We both just made a pet shop detective map with parrots, weird but kind of cool.

2017-07-26 13:00

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0 YOLO! this map is amazing!! I loved it!

2017-07-26 10:54

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+11 Blitz722 It was an okay map, and a good one for your first one. I think you guys need to work a lot on hiding your redstone/comman d blocks and making the act of talking to people more fluid. Looking up guides for this or asking an experienced map maker for a little help might go a long way. Like having multiple button presses and pressure plates for the act of talking made everything a bit awkward. Also some other tips is to just use two command blocks for one pressure plate/button, especially for the parkour part and the end part. Making us set our own spawnpoint was just a little weird since you couldve done it when you tp the person in. Also, the end part seems very unfinished. You had the lever in the chest and even when you go into the end there is no way to get out of the box. I also noticed a command block under the platform that didnt have a pressure plate above it. But don't feel too bad about all this stuff, it's all pretty easy to improve on if you want to make another adventure map. The overall layout of the map was nicely paced. I think theres also some tricks to make/remove, and teleport villagers to make it where you dont have to put the same village three times, but I'm not sure exactly what the trick is to be honest.

2017-07-26 03:37

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