UNFAIR TNT is quite the challenging puzzle map that’s the third in the series of unfair maps by TheHappyWheels1 and, overall, it definitely manages to be a lot more challenging and infuriating than its predecessors. Maps in the unfair series have had a reputation of utilizing some incredibly clever mechanics in order to trick players into thinking that they’re doing the right thing when they’re actually doing the complete opposite and the UNFAIR TNT map is built on these fundamentals as well. However, while most of the map is filled with moments that are meant to make you rage, it does give an unparalleled feeling of satisfaction upon completion so it’s certainly worth giving a shot to as long as you have the patience to persevere through its trickery.
As the name suggests, the gameplay of the UNFAIR TNT map revolves primarily around the use of TNT and this, of course, leads to some incredibly intense moments during which even the slightest mistake or misstep can end up causing an explosion that takes your character’s life. You’ll have to be incredibly careful as you progress through the map in order to ensure that you don’t get caught off by the trickery that it’s filled with.
It goes without saying that the difficulty of the UNFAIR TNT map is definitely on the upper end of the scale because of all the infuriating mechanics and trickery that it utilizes and, due to all this, this is a map that’s only recommended for players who have a solid understanding of the fundamentals of Minecraft puzzle maps. All said and done, though, UNFAIR TNT is a rage inducing map that’s going to throw a seemingly endless amount of infuriating challenges at you but, if you manage to persevere through all the challenges and successfully make your way to the end, the feeling of satisfaction you’ll get will be worth all the effort you put in.
How to install UNFAIR TNT 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.