Minigame Craze is a great map for the audience of players who’s looking for a map that doesn’t just focus on a singular style of play such as parkour or survival and, instead, offers a full-fledged gameplay experience consisting of various different kinds of elements. This is a map that’s going to have you captivated from the moment you start playing it and it’s highly recommended that you give it a shot if you want to try out a map that has actual replay value and can have you captivated from the second you set foot in it.
The Minigame Craze map consists of nine different mini-games and each individual mini-game has a completely unique design and play-style that you’ll have to adapt to. Pretty much every single mini-game in the map has an exceptional design but there are definitely some highlights such as Ice Shooter, Island Defender and Electrify. The mini-games also offer difficulty settings for players to choose from and a full-fledged ranking system through which you can track your performances.
Minigame Craze is a visual spectacle as well as the map is filled with many different kinds of particle effects and features a full-fledged firework show at the very end for players to enjoy. One rather unfortunate thing about the map is that it’s single player only so you won’ be able to have friends along with you to enjoy it but, other than this, the overall experience is solid.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Minigame Craze is available for version 1.14 of Minecraft and, as long as you play it with the right version of the game with the GUI Scale set to 2, you won’t run into any technical or performance issues while playing it.
All said and done, Minigame Craze is an immersive and entertaining map that’ll have you hooked for quite some time.
How to install Minigame Craze 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.