Build and Conquer is an incredible high-quality Minecraft map that delivers an insanely addicting experience to players who are looking for an immersive and strategic experience. We’ve seen many incredible game maps in Minecraft before but most of these are fairly straightforward and don’t necessarily have that much depth in their gameplay, but it seems that Build and Conquer is here to change that trend. It’s a captivating strategy map that’s sure to have you hooked for hours upon hours as you try to use your strategic prowess to outplay your opponents and become the best player on the map.
In Build and Conquer, each player gets to control an entire nation and goal is to build up the nation so that it can produce ores, resources, and other things. You ultimately want to make your own nation as prosperous as possible while simultaneously making sure that other nations don’t progress too much. As you progress further and further into the map, you’ll have to start focusing on defenses because players will eventually become more and more aggressive. You’ll have to fortify your own nation while simultaneously shooting rockets and other explosive things at enemies in order to take down their structures before they can end up doing the same to yours. The gameplay might not have as much depth as traditional strategy games do but it’s still quite immersive and is sure to have players hooked for hours upon hours as they try to make their nation declared as the best.
The Build and Conquer map comes with its own resource pack, and each player will have to install it if you’re playing on a server. One important thing worth remembering is that you’ll need to turn off connected textures if you’re using Optifine because this option completely makes terrain disappear thereby rendering players unable to play properly.
How to install Build and Conquer Map?
- Press the Windows or Start button, then press R. This will open the Run prompt.
- Type %appdata% into the prompt and run the command.
- A folder filled with other folders will now open. Just find the Minecraft folder among these and open it.
- In .minecraft you will find another folder, saves. Unzip and move your world file into this folder and you’re all done.