Plumber is an intriguing puzzle map in which, as the name implies, you’ll play the role of a plumber who’s on a quest to figure out the issues with the pipes in all the levels. Over the years, we’ve seen some absolutely incredible puzzle maps that have brought quite a lot of innovation to the table thanks to the creative new gameplay mechanics that they’ve had to offer but, as it turns out, innovation isn’t really something that the Plumber map aims for. Instead, the map features fairly straightforward puzzle gameplay that’s easy to get into but, at the same time, quite hard to get enough of. Due to all this, Plumber is a map that’s certainly worth playing if you’re looking for a puzzle map that’s immersive but, at the same time, not too complex.
The Plumber map features level-based progression and each individual level in this map features its own sequence of pipes that will be scrambled when a level starts off. Your goal in each one of the levels will be to arrange the pipes so that the water has a complete path that it can follow from start to finish. The map gives players a total of three lives to play with and, every single time players fail a level, they’ll lose a life.
One of the big highlights of Plumber is how it manages the extra lives feature. Every single time you run out of lives, the map will actually take you into a special rubber duck mini-game and, in this mini-game, your goal will be to control a rubber duck through the sewers and collect lives while avoiding obstacles. The mini-game adds a lot of depth to the experience, so it’s definitely a welcome feature that players are going to appreciate. All things considered, Plumber is a top-tier Minecraft map that features simple yet highly addicting gameplay for players to enjoy.
Rules & Settings:
- Single Player Map
- Difficulty: Peaceful
- Render distance: 8+ chunks
- FOV: ~70
How to install Plumber 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.