WaterBlock is a thrilling survival map that we urge pretty much every single survival map fan to try out because it’s filled to the brim with detail and comes with an array of exciting elements that set it apart from the crowd and make it a map that should be worth anyone’s while. Survival maps are usually quite fun at the beginning but they become repetitive after a while. Fortunately, though, the WaterBlock map has so much content to it that it stays interesting until the very end and this is why you’d definitely be missing out if you don’t give it a shot.
The WaterBlock map has been inspired by the SkyBlock map but, instead of floating islands in the sky, this map consists of various islands scattered across the waters and it’ll be up to you to survive in these islands. The map is filled with various kinds of resources to collect and multitudes of powerful items that you can acquire to obliterate your opponents. One of the biggest highlights of this map is the fact that it consists of multiple expertly crafted boss fights that are a delight to play and these boss fights can be repeated as well so, if you want to test your skills against a boss over and over again, you’ll have the ability to do so. There are various missions as well that you’ll get to complete as you journey through the map.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
WaterBlock has been designed to work with Minecraft 1.13.2 and doesn’t have any major bugs or glitches. As long as you play the map one the version of Minecraft it was made for, you should be in for a smooth and enjoyable time.
Overall, WaterBlock is a feature packed survival map that we highly recommend all fans of survival maps to try out as it’s filled with tons upon tons of exciting content for its players to enjoy.
How to install WaterBlock 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.