Super Slime Laboratory is quite an intriguing Minecraft puzzle map that utilizes creative physics and a variety of new mechanics to make for an exciting gameplay experience that all players can enjoy. One thing that puts a lot of players off playing most puzzle maps is the fact that they’re incredibly complex and require players to be adept at solving puzzles in Minecraft if they want to have any chance of completing them. Super Slime Laboratory, on the other hand, is a map that’s challenging but, at the same time, isn’t too complex which is why it’s perfect for both puzzle veterans as well as players who are new to playing maps of this particular sort.
The gameplay of Super Slime Laboratory revolves around accurately throwing slimeballs and other slime based projectiles onto buttons that open doors. The core gameplay might sound incredibly simple and easy but there’s actually a lot more depth to it than you’d initially think because, as mentioned earlier, the map makes use of creative experience in order to make things interesting. You’ll have to carefully aim each one of your throws in order to ensure that your projectiles hit just the right spot on the button thereby opening up the door to the next challenge. The map consists of 35 different stages so it’ll definitely be a while before you’re able to make your way to the very end but it’s definitely worth mentioning that your journey to the end, although long, will be an enjoyable one.
On top of the exciting core gameplay, Super Slime Laboratory comes with a variety of other features that keep things interesting such as the different kinds of projectiles that players will get to use as they progress through the map or the different booster items that can aid in various different ways. All said and done, though, Super Slime Laboratory is a great map that’s great for both puzzle newcomers as well as veterans which is why it comes highly recommended from us.
How to install Super Slime Laboratory 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.