The Last Hope: The Lightbringer is a map that aims to transcend pretty much every single one of our expectations as far as Minecraft maps are concerned and, all things considered, it definitely succeeds at doing so. Calling The Last Hope: The Lightbringer a puzzle map is definitely an understatement because it’s actually less of a map and more of a full-fledged puzzle game that’s been created inside Minecraft so, if you’re a puzzle enthusiast, this is something that you simply cannot miss out on because it’s above and beyond anything else that we’ve seen over the years and is more than capable of providing hours upon hours of enjoyment.
The Last Hope: The Lightbringer comes with a total of 70 different levels and each one of this map’s levels has its own distinct challenges that players have to overcome in one way or another. Alongside the exceptional level design, though, this map also comes with an insane variety of distinct gameplay mechanics that set it apart from the crowd. It goes without saying that The Last Hope: The Lightbringer comes with a fairly steep learning curve that players have to get through at the beginning before they can start to play proficiently but, once you’re past the learning curve and have a handle on the map’s basics, you’re going to be in for a delightful experience because there’s just so much to look forward to.
The Last Hope: The Lightbringer also has an extremely well thought out plot that’s sure to keep players engaged from the first minute to the last. We won’t get into the details of the plot here in order to avoid any potential spoilers but we certainly want to highlight the fact that the plot is extremely well thought out. All said and done, The Last Hope: The Lightbringer seems to be an entire puzzle game that’s been created within a Minecraft puzzle map so we highly recommend players to try it out.
How to install The Last Hope: The Lightbringer 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.