That’s Not Right is a puzzle map for players who want something that’s unique and out of the ordinary. Almost every single Minecraft puzzle map revolves around players finding the logic behind the puzzles in order to figure out the solutions but That’s Not Right comes with a creative twist that makes the experience quite exciting. Instead of basing the puzzles on traditional logic, That’s Not Right actually has puzzles that seem to be completely illogical and, therefore, require a unique approach every single time. The map is actually a successor of sorts to the Illogical Minecraft map that came out a while back so, if you played and enjoyed that particular map, there’s no doubt that you’ll enjoy this map as well.
That’s Not Right comes with a total of six different puzzle and each individual puzzle is quite peculiar because there’s no real logic that players can rely on in order to find the solutions for the puzzles. Instead, you’ll have to play through all the puzzles and identify trends in them in order to figure out the solution and get to the end of the map. That’s Not Right can definitely be quite frustrating due to its distinct design so it’s recommended that you steer clear of it unless you have a high level of confidence in your puzzle solving abilities.
As for the technical side of That’s Not Right, you won’t be disappointed a single bit because the map seems to be immaculate on a technical level and doesn’t really have any noteworthy bugs or glitches that may end up hindering your experience in any way. All said and done, though, That’s Not Right is the perfect puzzle map for players who want a puzzle map that’s unlike anything else in this particular category.
How to install That’s Not Right 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.