The What’s Missing Map is a puzzle map that’s been built to test how well a player can memorize certain things. It’s a relatively short map that clocks in at around twenty-ish minutes at most but the good thing about it is that it can be played multiplayer, so if you have a buddy who plays Minecraft and enjoys puzzle maps then the both of you can definitely have an awesome time with this map. However, it’s still fully compatible with the single player mode as well which is great if you’d much rather just play on your own in a relaxed and laidback setting.
In the What’s Missing map you’ll have to go through a total of five levels. In each level, you’ll be shown a certain build for twenty seconds that you need to memorize. Once the twenty seconds are over you will be shown the exact same build again but this time, around some of its blocks will be broken, and it’s up to you to place the blocks back to their appropriate location by using your memory to figure out where they were supposed to go. The map doesn’t really give you any breathing room because the amount of blocks you have in your inventory is exactly the amount that you need to solve the build which is why not a single block can be misplaced. Fortunately, there’s a reset button that you can use if you end up placing a block somewhere it wasn’t supposed to go by mistake.
The What’s Missing map also has a skip button that you can use if you feel like a level is just too challenging, and you can’t seem to get through it. However, the amount of skips you have is limited, so you can’t expect to skip every level until the very end.
How to install What’s Missing 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 get another folder, saves. Unzip and move your world file into this folder and you’re all done.
Download Link for What’s Missing Map
for Minecraft 1.9.X