Mettaton Madness is a captivating puzzle map whose style you might just recognize if you’ve played Undertale before. Undertale was an incredibly popular game with a heartfelt story, so it’s no surprise that a variety of Minecraft content inspired by it was released shortly after the game surfaced. However, while we’ve certainly seen a variety of exceptional Undertale inspired content in Minecraft, Mettaton Madness has to be among the best of this particular category of content because, in terms of execution, it’s one of the most creative puzzle maps we’ve seen and is more than capable of keeping players hooked for quite some time.
The best thing about Mettaton Madness is the fact that it doesn’t require players to have extensive prior knowledge of puzzle maps in order to play it. A lot of puzzle maps are quite complex and, unless players have a ton of experience with this particular category of maps, they can’t really get into them. Thankfully, though, this isn’t the case with Mettaton Madness, so it’s the perfect map for newcomers who are just starting off in this category of maps. The gameplay revolves around intuitive color tile puzzle and, while it might take a little getting used to, it’ll be worthwhile in the end because of how much fun you’re going to have solving all the different puzzles.
There are multiple different puzzles to solve in the map and, while the first few might seem quite easy, things are definitely going to get more challenging as you progress further. Alongside everything else, though, Mettaton Madness also comes with a custom level builder that players can unlock at the end. The level builder is extremely well designed it can actually add quite a few hours of fun to your overall experience if you invest some time into learning how it works.
How to install Mettaton Madness 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.