Find the button maps have always been renowned for their creative gameplay and their ability to push players to their very limits as they try to locate the buttons that are usually hidden in some pretty clever locations that are hard to figure out. However, while the gameplay of find the button maps has usually been quite extraordinary, these maps have always lacked a bit when it comes to their setting but Find the Button: Fantastic Structures that’s here to change this. Alongside being a treat to play, Find the Button: Fantastic Structures is a delight to look at as well due to its innovative setting so, if you enjoy maps of the sort, this one is definitely going to be worth your while.
Find the Button: Fantastic Structures revolves around the same core gameplay that these maps have always been renowned for, but it takes place across many gorgeous structures that players will get to admire as they progress through it. Each individual structure looks absolutely gorgeous, and they have varying themes ranging from haunted houses to massive dragon castles. Often times you’ll simply want to stop and stare at these structures because they look thing short of incredible.
The difficulty of Find the Button: Fantastic Structures isn’t all that high, but it isn’t easy either so you’ll definitely need a firm understanding of the basics of find the button maps if you hope to get to the end of this one. The levels are a mix of easy and difficult and the progression actually isn’t linear so you might end up playing a really easy level after an insanely challenging one which is rather confusing but isn’t that big of an issue in the long run. Find the Button: Fantastic Structures is, all things considered, one of the best maps of its kind and definitely a map that players should consider trying out.
How to install Find the Button: Fantastic Structures 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.