In terms of creativity, Try To Die might just be the most clever map that we’ve seen in quite some time now. The defining factor of most puzzle maps is the fact that they’re really challenging and usually require players to go through lots of different challenges in order to stay alive, but this particular map goes against that trend and requires players to do the exact opposite. As the name suggests, instead of solving puzzles to stay alive, the Try To Die map will require you to solve puzzles to figure out how to make your character die.
In each one of Try To Die’s levels, you’ll be given a bunch of tools and materials to work with. In order to beat a level, you’ll have to figure out how to make use of the given materials to kill your character. Once you successfully manage to take your character’s life, you’ll be allowed to progress to the next level. The map might sound pretty easy on paper, but once you actually get into it you’ll see that killing yourself is actually way more difficult than you initially thought.
The Try To Die map takes place in survival mode, and this means that you’ll be allowed to place as many blocks as you want. There are ten different levels in the map, and the difficulty keeps ramping up as it progresses so while the first few might seem pretty easy, the final two or three will definitely provide you with a massive challenge that’ll be difficult to overcome. Implying that you’re skilled enough, you’ll be able to complete each level of the Try To Die within two minutes so the total play-time of the map shouldn’t be longer than twenty minutes, even if you’re new to puzzle maps.