Underwater Prison Escape is a top-of-the-line puzzle map that delivers some extremely engaging puzzles while also managing to keep players hooked until the very end of the map thanks to the high stakes setting that it brings to the table. Most puzzle maps usually feature some incredibly creative gameplay but are often held back by relatively stale settings that don’t really give players much motivation to keep playing until the very end but, thankfully, this is an issue that the Underwater Prison Escape map doesn’t face at all so it’s absolutely going to be worth the while of any puzzle map fan.
As the name suggests, in Underwater Prison Escape you play the role of someone who’s stuck in an underwater prison and your goal is to escape from the place as quickly as you can. Unfortunately, the things preventing your escape are a series of challenging puzzles that you’ll need to figure out the solutions to because you’ll be stuck in the prison for good otherwise. The thing that makes the Underwater Prison Escape truly stand out, though, is the fact that it also manages to implement a few parkour sequences in between the usual puzzle gameplay and this is a great addition as it makes sure that the gameplay won’t become repetitive for players.
The difficulty of the Underwater Prison Escape map is definitely on the upper end of the scale because the map consists of various highly challenging and complex puzzles and, on top of this, there’s also the fact that the map has some parkour sequences so you’ll need a solid understanding of the basics of Minecraft parkour in order to make it through the map without getting stuck somewhere. Overall, though, Underwater Prison Escape feels like a breath of fresh air and is absolutely worth giving a shot to.
How to install Underwater Prison Escape 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.