This map was created to test your Minecraft limits. Your knowledge, stamina and sanity will all be tested in these "Confusing Cubes". The overall goal of the map is to defeat all fifteen cubes. At first glance, it may seem to be an easy task, but it will soon turn into a much more grueling task as time progresses. Who is responsible for this treachery? You could say the map makers, but there may be an even more ominous threat lurking within the world.
For your best experience, we highly suggest the following:
Use Minecraft version 1.14.2 (yes, this specific version, but OptFine 1.14.2 works too)
Play in Adventure Mode
Don't cheat (this is a no brainer, but we do provide a video tutorial down below)
Don't throw your items in holes (this means holes in the floor and walls, so you don't soft lock yourself)
Don't rename items in the anvil
Play with render distance 16+(this is so command blocks are loaded in, but you can give or take a few chunks)
Note: This map is multiplayer compatible, but we suggest single player to minimize potential glitches.
Some quick facts for the people still reading:
This map takes an average of 60 minutes to complete. Some people may complete it faster or slower.
Note: If you find any bugs, then please comment down below so we can fix them as soon as possible.
v1.0 - Initial public map release
v1.1 - Removed pre-existing nether portal in Level 1
v1.2 - Replaced red terracotta block with redstone block in Level 1 - Changed Carlos' anvil trade to fit the previous change
v1.3 - Added precaution to stop players from discarding items in holes - Fixed cloning bug that deleted the crafting table in Level 3 - Modified the Experimental Tool Upgrader to give back non-upgradable items
v1.4 - Extinguished campfire after first use - Removed Experimental Tool Upgrader input chest after Level 8 - Patched potential carved pumpkin deletion on Level 11 - Changed world spawn to the White Room