More islands! More survival! (And a little adventure on the side for people who like that sort of thing, which is everyone.) Hidden Valley is a minecraft survival islands map complete with survival and islands. And breathtaking vistas. And a story that will keep you up at night, hunting clues, searching for treasure and avoiding hostile mobs. Unlike adventure maps, you’ll have to build your own shelter, find your own food and chop your own trees down to make boats and that sort of thing. The starting chest is fairly generous, especially if you have a taste for brown leather garments. It even comes with a complimentary iron pickaxe. (It told me I had pretty eyes.) (more…)
This is a skylands survival type CTM map, so you’ll have to avoid the void whilst searching for wool. This is a CTM survival map in the true sense of the word. Crafting is allowed and extensive use of Command Blocks means that you never know what’s going to happen next. (more…)
A post apocalyptic minecraft survival adventure map, The Last of Us is set in New York City twenty years after a great plague. The once proud buildings are decayed and filled with overgrowth and you are left alone amongst it all, one Steve against a city full of monsters who want nothing more than to destroy you. (more…)
Minecraft flatland survival maps are all the rage (and by rage, I could very well mean rage quit). This one adds a twist to the recipe by setting the location of your flatland survival effort in minecraft’s very own hell dimension: the Nether. (more…)
This new minecraft survival map from SethBling involves surviving atop a mass of prone minecraft statues in the form of giant player skins. The player skins are taken from famous Minecraft player skins as well as Mojang’s developer skins (MinecraftChick, Jeb, and yes, even Notch.) Although this looks like a gimmick pure and simple, it is a functional minecraft survival map. You can complete a full minecraft game (including Nether and End access) if you hunt around the bodies for long enough.
Survival won’t be simple, but as long as you’re prepared to cannibalize your favorite minecraft icons for building materials and farm supplies, you’ll be just fine. There are plenty of surprises for the inquisitive player with a nose for exploration, including hidden machines and other sorts of redstone contraptions of the kind SethBling is famous for creating. Think of these statues as potential minecraft Kinder eggs, with toys and surprises inside for anyone willing to crack the shell.