TowerHour is a thrilling Minecraft map with gameplay that’s been inspired by all the fascinating tower defense games that have surfaced over the years. Tower defense games are a bit challenging to get into at first but there’s always something about them that keeps pulling players back and we’re glad to say that the TowerHour map delivers a similar feeling as well. It offers the core tower defense gameplay that many players have come to love over the years and it has a variety of RTS inspired elements as well to make things fresh and interesting for anyone who gives the map a shot.
In TowerHour, your goal is to defend a tower by the enormous waves of enemies who’ll be storming the place to take it down. The thing that makes this map’s gameplay so engaging is the fact that it gives players access to multitudes of different ways through which they can defend their tower. You can train your own units or even use spells to destroy large groups of enemies if they manage to come close to your tower. One thing worth mentioning about the spells, though, is the fact that they can’t be spammed and are available in limited quantities so you should only use them when it’s absolutely necessary, or they might just end up being wasted.
The TowerHour map is quite impressive in terms of variety as well since there are 9 expertly designed maps to choose from and each individual map feels truly unique. The map supports 2 – 4 players at a single time which is solid amount that players are sure to be pleased with. For veterans, there’s even an advanced settings mode through which they can adjust every single aspect of the map according to their preferences for increased difficulty. Overall, TowerHour is a truly worthwhile tower defense map that delivers an engrossing and thrilling experience.
How to install TowerHour 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.