I’ve Always Wanted to be an Astronaut is an excruciatingly difficult Minecraft parkour map that you’re going to love if you’re a veteran of Minecraft parkour and are looking for something that’ll push your skills to their limits. This is a map that delivers tons upon tons of creative challenges, and its setting is quite unlike something we’ve ever seen before so, alongside being quite difficult and immersive, the map feels refreshing as well, so it’s perfect for players who are tired of traditional parkour maps and are looking for something out of the ordinary to sink their time into.
The I’ve Always Wanted to be an Astronaut map revolves around climbing block by block until players can reach the highest point in the map. The goal of the map is to of course go as high as the moon, but it’s something that not a lot of players will be able to accomplish since it’s so difficult and the difficulty just keeps ramping up as the map goes on and on. The most challenging aspects of the I’ve Always Wanted to be an Astronaut map are definitely its jumps because, even if you misstep the tiniest bit, you’re going to fall down and will end up losing quite a lot of progress. There are five different levels in the map, and each individual level has a button that you’ll need to locate in order to reach the moon.
I’ve Always Wanted to be an Astronaut also comes with a death counter that players can utilize to keep track of how many times they’ve died while playing the map. There’s also a texture pack that loads automatically and this pack does an excellent job of making the visuals feel more immersive for the players.
How to install I’ve Always Wanted to be an Astronaut 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.