Legendary adventurer Indiana Cube is at it again with a spectacular quest that will blow you away (figuratively and maybe literally). Use all your minecraft skills and resources to defeat, disarm or avoid deadly traps as you take in the scenery. Discover hidden tunnels and chests that hold extra items and ancient manuscripts that will let you learn about the ancients who built the ruins.
If you think you have got what it takes to be a legendary explorer, you can go it alone, and take on the full challenge of the map, however, for those of you who are still up-and-coming explorers, Indiana Cube will provide the guidance you need to make it through safely.
Over its predecessor: Sands Of Doom, this map boasts the following improvements:
--More scenery: More detailed, and More, period.
--More Map: This map is full size, taking from 45min to 2+hours to complete.
--More stuff: Find and use a large variety of gear, and venture into bonus tunnels and look for over 15 bonus chests.
--More traps: Hone your explorer skills against over 10 traps of increasing deadlyness. Or, if you get stuck, let Indiana guide you through.
--More forgiving: The final treasure won't be destroyed by your mistakes, (but you might be) so you won't have to reload unless you want a fresh start.
--More Multiplayer: This map is optimized for 1-3+ players, so go it alone or bring an expedition crew to help out.
This is not like other adventure maps. Baring cheats and mods, anything goes. Use all your minecraft skills: craft, place blocks, mine, destroy (TNT provided, use at your own risk), and dig your way through this challenging map.
Yes! you read that right. You really can (in fact, you are encouraged to) break, craft, mine and destroy to your heart's content. This map is to provides a challenging adventure without restricting what you can do. For those who are used to traditional adventure maps, it may take some getting used to, but take advantage of it. (you won't survive the map if you don't) The objective of this map is to get to the treasure. How you attempt to get there is up to you. Go on an Adventure!