Pair Up! is a Minecraft map that builds on the fundamentals laid out by the odd one out themed Minecraft maps that have started to surface in abundant quantities as of recently. The map, at its core, is based mostly on the same concepts that were laid out by its predecessors but it does manage to make a variety of exciting changes that make for a refreshing gameplay experience. If you enjoy playing odd one out maps but want something with an intriguing twist then Pair Up! is a map that’ll certainly be worth your while.
Unlike traditional find the odd maps in which players have to pick out the odd item or block from within a group, the Pair Up! map revolves around making pairs. You’ll have to Pair Up! two different items and, if you want to find the right pair, you will need to figure out the correlation between these items. The core fundamentals might sound fairly straightforward but the gameplay of the map can actually become quite challenging at times because all the items presented to you will usually share a variety of similarities and picking out the correct pair can be quite the challenge. Picking out the right pair is extremely satisfying, though, and is something that’ll keep you engaged to the very end.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Given the straightforward gameplay of the Pair Up! map and the fact that it doesn’t come with any complex gameplay mechanics, Pair Up! doesn’t have any bugs or issues that would hinder your experience. The map’s available for Minecraft 1.13.2 so you will have to ensure that you’re on the same version of the game if you want to enjoy it without trouble.
Overall, Pair Up! is a refreshing map that creatively builds on the fundamentals laid out by its predecessors and, therefore, is absolutely worth a shot.
How to install Pair Up! 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.