With the popularity of The Dropper series of maps in Minecraft, it’s no surprise that other authors are creating similar maps of their own. The Falling 2 is actually the second map in The Falling series, which is for all intents and purposes the exact same thing as The Dropper. Players try to survive falling long distances through courses that look like a world flipped over on its side, all while trying to make it to the bottom of the map and the end of the game. This map features 15 hand-made levels, as well as a hidden secret level, just like The Falling.
To get into that secret level, you’ll probably have to play through The Falling 2 map several times. There is a lever hidden somewhere in each of the 15 levels, and the doorway to the final level only opens if you manage to flip all 15 of these levers. It’s not really something you should strive to do during your first playthrough when you should instead just focus on trying to survive those long falls and vicious landings. Unlike The Dropper maps, The Falling 2 has a great deal of reliance on in-game clocks. If some part of the map doesn’t work, the problem can probably be traced back to a broken or bugged clock.
- Don’t cheat (breaking blocks and stuff).
- Play on peace and survival (so you can die).
- I really don’t know what other rules to put here.