The Two for One map, or 241 alternatively, is a cooperative map where two players must work together to overcome one wicked course full of obstacles, puzzles, and traps. Because these puzzles were designed to be solved by a pair of players, the map is impossible to play if you don’t have anyone around to run through it with you. Even with two people though, it’s still possible to get stuck at various points throughout the map. If this does happen, you can always refer to the list of objectives to get an idea of what you’re supposed to do next.
As for the map, it’s fairly interesting and fun. It could easily take up a day or even two, with some player teams reporting it took as long as 8 hours of game time to clear the map. There are beds placed throughout the course to offer fresh respawn points and there are even cakes spread out as well, so players can eat up and heal at several points. With 50 levels in total, there are at least 50 different puzzles to figure out. Thankfully Two for One isn’t plagued by long staircases or doors that work on strict redstone timers. If you want to progress, you can.