If you find yourself frequently enjoying puzzle maps and are looking for something that blends all the best elements of this map category into a neat little package, then the Buzzle map is definitely the perfect choice for you. It features multitudes of different puzzle types and is hands down one of the most challenging maps of its kind available so it’ll be a while before you’re able to figure it out and crack the code of its puzzles but in spite of this seemingly overwhelming challenge, it still manages to keep players entertained for pretty much as long as it lasts.
Buzzle features almost every single major puzzle type that exists in Minecraft such as parkour puzzles, find the button puzzles and of course, the challenging brain teasers that take even the most talented of players a while to figure out. Fortunately, while the later stages of the map are quite tough, the initial moments of the gameplay are comparatively easy, and this allows players to get the hang of things before the actual difficult stuff comes along. The map has a total of 10 puzzles to complete, and every single puzzle offers a unique and challenging experience that’s sure to push your puzzle solving skills to their limit.
Onto the technical side of things, Buzzle had a few bugs and glitches when it was first released, but most of these have been patched out with the recent update so your experience now should be quite smooth and fluid without any issues. In order to enjoy the Buzzle map the way, it’s meant to you’ll need to make sure that you don’t change the game mode because that will make unnecessary changes to how the gameplay works. The map’s been designed to run on Minecraft 1.10 so using it on any other version of the game will probably lead to a bunch of compatibility problems.
- Play in 1.10.
- Play with an unlimited amount of players.
- Don’t cheat.
- Don’t change your game mode.