There is something about extreme circumstances that makes seeing positively plain people put into them almost desirable – if anyone can overcome something terrible, that’s sure to be something most people think about and get hopeful over. In the Wandering map, you take on the role of Jack, a 30-something who’s just come home after a long day at work. It’s a horror map too, so there are plenty of scares, but a little story here will help to explain things. Unfortunately, a little story is all you can expect here. Like the name says, you’ll be doing lots of wandering, both inside and under your home.
Unfortunately, you’ll be dealing with an awful lot of darkness while you play through Wandering. This is especially true if you actually follow the suggestion of the author and turn your brightness levels down to 50% in game. Such low lighting would make it awfully easy for things to sneak up and jump out at you from the darkness, wouldn’t it? If you’re brave enough to deal with some moody lighting, random journals and a handful of jump scares, you’re ready to take on the Wandering map. Just don’t say you weren’t warned.
Wandering Map Rules
- Recommended Version: Minecraft 1.8.8
- Recommended lighting : 50 % (100 % for Youtube)
- Use the default resource pack!
- Focused Height : 165px (Options ► Chat settings)
- Unfocused Height : 90px
- Don’t change your gamemode
- This map isn’t playable in multiplayer!
- Don’t play with shaders!
How to install Wandering 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.
Download Links for Wandering Map
for Minecraft 1.8.X