Permutation is an intricately crafted an extremely well thought out Minecraft puzzle map that definitely manages to provide an engrossing and highly immersive experience because its gameplay is quite unlike anything that most traditional puzzle maps bring to the table. Before we go into any further detail regarding the map, though, we want to highlight that it may be a tad bit difficult to get into initially because, as mentioned earlier, its gameplay is nothing like what other maps bring to the table.
The gameplay of Permutation, at its core, features a pretty simple objective which is to convert concrete powder into solid concrete but, while this might task sound simple on paper, there’s actually a lot more depth to doing so than initially meets the eye. In order to complete the objectives assigned by the map, you will have to manipulate pressure plates so that they shoot out color. In order to turn concrete powder into solid concrete, you’ll have to connect the colors shot out by the pressure plates to the similarly colored concrete powder. The gameplay is quite creative and, once you’ve gotten the hang of its fundamentals, you’ll be in for a highly engaging experience. It’s worth mentioning that you can often reach points in the map that there are no going back from so, if you ever get stuck, there’s a restart button that’ll restart the room to its initial state thereby allowing you to start over.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
For a map as complex as Permutation, one would initially think that there would be technical issues that would hold players back from enjoying it but, thankfully, this doesn’t seem to be the case at all so you’ll be in for a smooth and immersive experience as long as you play the map on version 1.14.1 of Minecraft.
All things considered, Permutation is a spectacular puzzle map that offers some incredibly creative gameplay for players to get absolutely hooked on.
How to install Permutation 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.