Infinity Loop is easily one of the most cleverly crafted Minecraft puzzle maps available today. It takes a relatively simple concept but twists and turns it enough to make this a very refreshing and challenging experience that you shouldn’t pass up on if you enjoy playing puzzle maps. However, although its gameplay offers a lot of enjoyable moments, there are actually lots of other noteworthy aspects of this map as well for instance the fact that it comes with a full-fledged resource pack that enhances the textures very significantly and even adds in a great looking user interface that fits in perfectly with the map’s theme and gameplay.
As mentioned before, the idea behind the Infinity Loop map is pretty simple. In each level, you’ll be presented with a puzzle that consists of many different parts and all you have to do is arrange these parts in a way that a fully closed shape is formed. The concept is fairly straightforward, but the actual levels are very challenging. There are twenty different stages to complete and in each stage, you’ll be given a unique looking shape that you need to complete somehow. It’s definitely worth noting that the gameplay does get a tad bit repetitive as you progress through the map.
One fun fact about the Infinity Loop map is that it’s actually been inspired by a mobile game that has the same name. The controls of the map are pretty simple, so you don’t need to be highly proficient at Minecraft in order to play this map, the WASD keys are used to move around, and the right click button rotates the pieces. As for bugs, the map does have a few issues with spawn locations at times but nothing enough to hinder the experience. Overall, this is a clever map that puzzle lovers will definitely like a lot.