Minerim: Skyrim’s Downfall sure sounds like some DLC for the popular Elder Scrolls title by Bethesda. However, it’s actually a custom map for Minecraft which incorporates a lot of content from the RPG into the blocky world made by Mojang. The map features many locations from Skyrim, including Riverwood, the Tower of the Greybeards and even Alduin, though that’s really more of a dragon than a location. With the size of the thing, it could be a location of its own, really. You’ll also find caves, forests and mountains, all covered in snow and loaded with baddies, naturally.
The best part about Minerim: Skyrim’s Downfall is the fact you don’t need any mods for the content to work. Once you download the map, just put the folder into your Minecraft saves directory and you should see it the next time you load up the game, in the same list where you normally see your single player worlds. The map works with Minecraft versions prior to 1.8.4 and as far back as 1.6.4, which means you can be using one of several different Minecraft clients and you should still be able to play it just fine. It’s versatile, and many custom maps are not.
Minerim Map for Minecraft 1.8.7 Changelogs
- Added a new cover, reuploaded the file and made it ready for further updates.
How to install The Elder Scrolls V: Minerim?
- Download the map.
- Search “%AppData%” in the little search bar at the top right corner of the downloads.
- Click on the “roaming” folder.
- Click the “.Minecraft” folder.
- Click the “saves” folder.
- Paste the downloaded map in the saves folder.
- Unzip the map in the saves folder.
- Have fun!
Download Links for The Elder Scrolls V: Minerim
for Minecraft 1.8.X