Sometimes a collection of several different short games is much more fun than a long, exhausting jaunt through a complex quest. Minecraft players who agree with that statement will want to check out the Party Games map, which features a handful of fun mini-games for friends to play together and enjoy. The map actually takes a lot of inspiration from Minecraft Party, and if you’ve been playing the game for a while, you should know all about that. If not, look it up, it’s pretty interesting. But getting back to Party Games, you have almost a dozen different game choices on the map.
The games include One in the Chamber, which is a take on Russian roulette; dropper, maze and parkour sections, which are all pretty self-explanatory; TNT Wars and more. There are many different choices, and the odds are good the Party Games map has at least one mini-game you haven’t seen or played before in the past. Unfortunately, you can’t get any solo practice in with these games: the map won’t let any game start unless there are at least two people on the “player” team first. So, if you want to try the Party Games map, make sure to bring someone with you.
Before You Play:
- Make sure you are in version 1.8 – 1.8.3 (1.8.4+ breaks the redstone)
- If you’re on a server, turn command blocks on
- One in the Chamber
- Tnt Wars
- Jello Spleef
- Snowball Fight
Download Links for Party Games Map
for Minecraft 1.8