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This map is designed to be a mixture of Infinifactory and Human Resource Machine. Your goal is to arrange blocks on a factory floor in such a way that you turn a series of inputs (stacks of presents) into a desired series of outputs. For instance, you might have a system that only sends presents to the output if they are larger than the previous stack, or one that only sends the largest stack of presents.
There are a set of 20 puzzles of more-or-less increasing difficulty, starting at the absolutely easy first puzzle and ending at the fiendishly difficult twentieth puzzle, with some varying difficulty levels in between.
Should any puzzles prove too difficult for you, there is a built-in hint system which will provide you two hints per puzzle, as well as a free solution if one is required. There's no shame in using a free solution. This can be an extremely challenging map.
This is kind of a sequel to my other map called Santa's Workshop.
The map is designed for singleplayer, but it will work in multiplayer. If you are using it in multiplayer, you will need to add the resource pack to server.properties, or have each user download it manually if that doesn't work for whatever reason:
As usual, make sure that command blocks are enabled. Players can join at any time.
If you are recording this for YouTube, please leave credit somewhere in your description. I'm not particularly picky about the format, but this is the general information:
Map Download: http://bit.ly/PresentFactoryForumPost
Map Creator: QwertyuiopThePie
If you want to contact me (to say you enjoyed the map, request additional puzzles, report bugs, whatever really), the best method would probably be my Twitter.
You can go to my YouTube Channel if you want, but it is currently in a state of sad disuse.
I also sometimes stream mapmaking on Twitch, but I haven't been doing it lately due to internet problems.
Gotta give credit where credit is due. The map itself was built by me. The resource pack was designed by NateT_Bird, with some minor modifications by me. The general build was WiskeyWeasel, and some of the hints and bonus solutions were designed by Panda4994, RedstoneSpire, and redstarrer. Thanks also to my many testers. I can't remember all of their names, so I don't want to list them in case I forget any, but you know who you are.