Assisted is a great puzzle map that makes a really interesting change to the gameplay that not only makes it a whole lot more engaging but a lot more enjoyable as well. Most puzzle maps in Minecraft are quite enjoyable, but a lot of them are single player only so the gameplay becomes slightly dull after a while since you’re playing all by yourself. However, this isn’t the case with the Assisted map. The map has been designed specifically to be played with two players at a time, and this brings a lot of interesting dynamics to the gameplay.
The puzzles of the Assisted map are a lot tougher than normal puzzle maps, but this is required because the map is multiplayer and it would be too easy for two players if the puzzles were of the standard difficulty. The best part about the puzzles in this map is the fact that you simply cannot do them alone. Every single puzzle solution on the map requires both players to coordinate with one another to figure things out. The map features various Redstone related mechanics as well, and they definitely add a lot of depth to the gameplay.
In order to play the Assisted map, you’ll, of course, need a friend to play with because the map isn’t a playable single player. It’s also important to keep in mind that you need to play with command blocks enabled because a lot of the puzzles won’t function as they’re supposed to otherwise. As for the technical aspects of the map, it’s pretty much bug-free and doesn’t seem to have any frame-rate issues either so your experience should be quite smooth. The play-time of the map ranges between 20-30 minutes, but its length can fluctuate a lot depending on the skills of you and your companion.