The Odd One Out is an exciting puzzle map that you might just feel right at home with if you’ve played the Which Doesn’t Belong map that we talked about a while ago. This is an exciting puzzle map that simply revolves around logic and, instead of overcomplicating the experience with tons upon tons of unnecessarily complex gameplay mechanics, it provides simple yet engaging puzzle gameplay that can be enjoyed by veterans as well as newcomers who are new to the puzzle map category and aren’t yet adept at maps of the sort.
The core gameplay of Odd One Out is fairly straightforward as the map will show you a bunch of different blocks and it’ll be up to you to figure out which one doesn’t belong in the group of blocks that you’re shown. You’ll start off each session with four different options which will eventually keep going down until you have two blocks left to choose from. The gameplay is by no means complex but this isn’t to say that it’s not challenging, though, because sometimes it can actually be quite difficult to pick an odd one out given how similar the blocks are.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Odd One Out has been made to function on 1.13.2 of Minecraft so it’s best to play it on this version of the game to ensure an optimal performance. Since the core gameplay of the map is straightforward and free from any unnecessary complexities, the chances of there being any bugs or glitches are quite low so you should feel free to enjoy the experience without much concern.
Overall, Odd One Out is a top-of-the-line puzzle map that may not be as complex as what we’ve seen before in the genre but, nonetheless, is highly enjoyable.